When it comes to roasts, Toby Carvery is a staple for many food fans, who love filling up their plates with as much spuds and veg as they can handle.
However, many of the restaurant's customers aren't happy after the chain announced a big change to its menu.
Toby Carvery has told customers it now won't be serving lamb on Sundays, according to The Sun.
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However, many have branded it's reason why "rubbish".
The chain told customers that lamb is now only available on certain dates due to a supplier issue.
Furious Ben Marriott, a butcher, posted online: “Just come for a carvery to be told you’re not doing lamb unless it’s a special occasion.
"That’s so rubbish – makes Sundays no different from any other day now. Fuming.”
The chain simply replied: “The lamb is now only available on specific dates due to a supplier issue.”
However Ben, from Nottingham, hit back: “Working in the meat industry I can assure you there’s no supply issue on lamb.
"How much do you want?"
Last night (July 5), Toby Carvery bosses said lamb would hopefully be back on the menu in the near future.
They explained: “We experienced difficulties within our own lamb supply chain which has meant it hasn’t been on our decks as frequently recently.”
He added: “It’s the price – your carver has just told us that. Massive disappointment.
"Why not just add a surplus charge? It’s then a choice.”
The news comes after it was revealed Harvester had scrapped its self-service salad bar as the cost of ingredients soar.
However, the move was later reversed after a backlash from customers.
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