We had spent about three weeks in Spain over Christmas, and we were looking forward to having a lovely carvery. You do get some great ones here in the UK. But outside the UK, the choices are minimal and the quality is even rarer.
This is where the aptly named The Carvery comes in. Booking is essential here as the place does get pretty busy on the weekends. However, the night we went. It appeared that half the restaurant was shut off.
We found parking to be quite comfortable at the time of the night we went. But during the day, you would struggle to find on-street parking nearby. We’re not too sure where the nearest bus stop would be or even how you would get a bus around here.
For the cost of €12.95, you had a wide range of cooked meats (pork, turkey, beef, and gammon). Along with all the trimmings you need. The meat portion usually is the one that tends to be lacking. The Carvery though you got a huge portion of meat (as you can see in the images).
It was so nice to have a proper roast dinner. Although the cost was at least 50% more expensive than a Toby back here in England.
I was so stuffed to have a dessert, but Tina had a banoffee pie. It was more a banoffee truffle than a pie. Nope, just nope.
Look at our World Top Tips
- Book a table before you arrive,
- Look at how you are going to get to The Carvery before setting off. Give yourself plenty of time to find a parking space too,
- Go hungry!