Toby Carvery Park Place
54 Commonside West, Mitcham, Greater London, CR4 4HB 020 8646 0028
The ultimate place to enjoy a proper traditional roast in the capital, your local Park Place carvery restaurant is part of the local Mitcham heritage, set in a listed property that’s one of the longest standing buildings in the area.
Situated in Park Place, Greater London, near to Epsom and Bromley, Toby Carvery Park Place is home to the finest roast in town.
Located just off the A236, between Mitcham and Pollards Hill, our Park Place carvery offers the perfect spot to enjoy a midweek roast or a hearty Sunday carvery after a fun-packed day at Canons Leisure Centre, Dean City Farm or Mitcham Common.
With plenty of car parking, a spacious beer garden and baby changing facilities, we’ve got everything you need for a relaxing stay. We also have three function rooms available to book, perfect for a wide range of occasions and events. So, if you’re looking for a Sunday carvery or midweek roast near Park Place, make sure you stop by!
Every day, our expert chefs prepare a mouth-watering feast of tender, hand-carved meats including beef, pork, turkey and pomegranate-glazed gammon with all the trimmings, and beef dripping roasties. We also serve lamb every Sunday.
We also serve up a delicious range of vegetarian and vegan dishes, all-you-can-eat breakfast and a children’s menu, as well as a thirst-quenching range of beers, ciders, wines, spirits and hot drinks to accompany your meal.
Book your table at the Park Place Toby Carvery in Greater London and experience the best of the British roast.
Monday 11:30am-10pm Tuesday 11:30am-10pm Wednesday 11:30am-10pm Thursday 11:30am-10pm Friday 11:30am-10pm Saturday 9am-10pm Sunday 9am-10pm
54 Commonside West
020 8646 0028
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