Brits enraged and ‘repulsed’ after Toby Carvery offers odd side with dinner

We all have our own opinions about what does and doesn’t belong on your Sunday roast.

The milder side of the debate includes whether or not you can have both mash and roasties or whether Yorkshire puddings are placed on the plate.

But the more controversial side of the debate includes some rather bizarre ingredients.

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The Mirror reported that some Brits like to add condiments like ketchup, mayonnaise and mustard.

Some even claim to add baked beans to their Sunday lunch.

Now, Toby Carvery fans have slammed the chain restaurant for offering a "repulsive" side with their carvery – mac and cheese.

Stoke-on-TrentLive reporter Ruby Davies visited her local Toby Carvery to try out their £15 three-course festive menu.

For her main, Ruby piled her plate with pork, gammon, turkey, beef, Yorkshire pudding, stuffing, beef dripping roasties, carrots, peas, parsnips, brussels sprouts and cauliflower cheese.

Admitting it was a "controversial" choice, Ruby also picked macaroni cheese as a side, stating that she loves "the way it tastes with Toby's gravy".

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Giving her verdict on the menu, Ruby concluded: "Everything on my plate was hot and tasty, the meat was juicy and succulent, and the star of the show was the crunchy roast potatoes. I've never been disappointed with a Toby Carvery and today was no exception."

She added: "At less than £15 for three courses I think the festive menu is great value for money and both myself and my mum were so full when we left that we both went without any tea that evening."

As delicious as the meal may well have been, as previously reported by the same publication, some horror-struck Stoke-on-TrentLive readers were left disgusted by the inclusion of macaroni cheese and quickly made their opinions known in the comments section.

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One reader shuddered: "Macaroni on a carvery? Someone needs to give the brains at Toby Carvery a b***** shake. Disgraceful antics!"

Another person agreed: "Oh no – someone needs to give their head a wobble."

Mitchells & Butlers, the company which owns Toby Carvery, has been contacted for comment.

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