Your local carvery in Greater London

Welcome to Toby Carvery Moby Dick

Every day, our expert chefs prepare a mouth-watering feast of hand-carved meats including beef, turkey, pork and marmalade-glazed gammon. All accompanied by ruffled roasties, a wide range of veg, and our wonderfully wonky Yorkies.  

You can also enjoy a delicious range of vegetarian and vegan dishes, our all you can eat breakfast and little ones can tuck into the children’s menu. 

Enjoy an all-you-can-eat carvery in Romford

Just a 15 minute drive from the M25 and close to Dagenham and Brentwood, our Chadwell Heath carvery is perfect for a midweek roast or a hearty Sunday carvery after exploring The Chase Nature Reserve, Moby Adventure Golf or Old MacDonald’s Farm.

We’ve got plenty of space for parking, a sunny beer garden, BT Sports, Sky Sports and baby changing facilities – everything you need for a relaxing visit. We’ve also got three bookable areas, with space to accommodate 10, 30, and 150 people respectively. So, if you’re looking for a Sunday carvery or midweek roast near Chadwell Heath, make sure you stop by!

Book your table at the Romford Toby Carvery in Greater London and experience the best of the British roast! 

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Opening hours at Toby Carvery Moby Dick

Monday 08:00 - 22:00 Tuesday 08:00 - 22:00 Wednesday 08:00 - 22:00 Thursday 08:00 - 22:00 Friday 08:00 - 23:00 Saturday 08:00 - 23:00 Sunday 08:00 - 22:00

Upcoming Holidays

  • Christmas Eve 08:00 - 22:00
  • Christmas Day 11:30 - 18:00
  • Boxing Day 08:00 - 22:00
  • New Years Eve 08:00 - 22:00
  • New Years Day 08:00 - 22:00

Whalebone Lane North
Chadwell Heath
Greater London

020 8590 9524

Located in the heart of Chadwell Heath, Greater London, near to Goodmayes and Seven Kings, your local Chadwell Heath carvery is a great place to enjoy a delicious roast in welcoming surroundings.

You’ll find us on Whalebone Lane, which is where a whale is said to have washed up on the Thames in a storm in 1658 on the night before Oliver Cromwell died. The whale’s bones can still be found in the Valence House Museum.