Vegans and Carverys Don’t Mix

There’s no surprise then. It was my sisters birthday the 11th June. She also graduated at the end of July. That means a cause for celebration! My family are big fans of a nearby pub/carvery, so that’s where we headed. In terms of the menu, there wasn’t anything for me, I was at least hoping for the bog standard jacket potatoes and baked beans. Instead, all I could get a long roasted stuffed pepper, stuffed with herby couscous and topped with a tomato and lemon sauce. It came with a small herb salad drizzled with olive oil. The thing was meant to come with cheese, but obviously I ordered mine without. It was pretty nice though, I have to admit. However, I just felt very pissed at the complete lack of choice. Of course, I know we were at a carvery, so I didn’t expect much. There were no desserts for me either, so I sat and watched everyone else guzzle down chocolate tarts, apple pie and cheesecake. Don’t get me wrong, I don’t regret not being able to eat much, it’s just a one off occassion. Hopefully I won’t have to go there for a while. 🙂

Hopefully I’m off to see Harry Potter tomorrow, not with the people I originally planned to see it with though. And next week, hopefully Bruno is on the list. Has anyone seen Bruno, is it good?

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One Response to “Vegans and Carverys Don’t Mix”

  1. Jane Says:

    Ah that’s no good! You atleast expect jacket potato and beans, jacket potato and salad, etc…

    Does sound rather yummy though 🙂

    I haven’t been to a carvery since going veg (don’t plan to either) but were there many vegetarian options or still not really?

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