Toby Carveries across England are now taking bookings after the Government said they could start serving again from Saturday, July 4.
But there are big changes in the way food is served.
Restaurants will be reopened and online bookings are now being accepted for venues across the country – with a warning there will be strict new rules.
There will be a restricted menu, and no more than six people can sit at any one table.
And people won’t be able to help themselves to food at dinner or breakfast.
A statement from Toby Carvery reads: “The safety and well-being of our guests and team members is our top priority.
” In order that we can meet the current UK Govt guidelines regarding safe distancing, for now, the maximum number of guests per table booking will be six.
“We are looking forward to being able to welcome you back but there will be some temporary difficulties regarding the supply of a number of ingredients for specific dishes on our menus, and some dishes may not be available at all.
“Therefore, the descriptions on menus may not accurately reflect the contents of the dish. We’re working hard to solve these short term issues, so please bear with us.
“Thank you for your understanding and we very much look forward to seeing you soon!”
Toby Carvery added: “We’re delighted to say that guests will still be able to enjoy their favourite roast just the way they like it, but we will reopen our Carvery Deck with our chefs serving the roast meats, vegetables and accompaniments to guests at the deck.
“Similarly the famous Toby breakfast will be served for guests by our chefs in the same way. Tables and the space around the Carvery Deck will observe the safe distancing guidance and we will ensure rigorous standards of cleanliness with hand sanitiser stations throughout the restaurant.”