Toby Carvery will reopen its Lincoln restaurant this weekend after several months of closure due to the coronavirus lockdown and a refurb that has since been delayed.
The reopening of the restaurant on St Mark’s Square has been brought forward from early October to Sunday, September 27 at 11.30am.
However, the planned refurbishment has been delayed for the time being.
The carvery will be served daily between 11.30am and 9pm, with breakfast available from 8am-11am Friday to Sunday.
The chefs will serve roast meats, vegetables and accompaniments from the carvery deck.
The maximum table size is now six people in line with the latest government guidance – see Toby Carvery’s full coronavirus guidance here.
The news comes after it was announced that pubs, bars, restaurants and hospitality venues will be forced to shut at 10pm from Thursday, September 24 in a bid to curb the spike in coronavirus cases across the country.