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carvery

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Food, Leisure
carverycar‧ver‧y /ˈkɑːvəri $ ˈkɑːr-/ noun (plural carveries) [countable] British English  DFDLa restaurant that serves roast meat
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carveryA choice of restaurants together with a carvery and Chamberlains ALaCarte restaurant.For dinner you can choose the Torre Grill or the Pineta, an open-air restaurant noted for its vast buffet and carvery.Excellent carvery restaurant, welcoming Tudor Bar and secluded gardens.The hotel has 20 en-suite rooms, restaurant, carvery and bar, and is famous for its food.I was always heading for the carvery and eating too much.Good food, with an excellent upstairs carvery.
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