But the popular channel is expected to make huge changes that some regular customers may not be happy with.
Part of the fun of visiting a Toby Carvery is stacking your plate of fresh meats, then adding your own portions of roasted potatoes, vegetables and sauces.
However, it will now be a thing of the past because anyone eating will not be able to load their own plates as they are used to, BirminghamLive reports.
A spokesperson for Toby Carvery said, “We are delighted to say that customers will still be able to enjoy their favorite roast as they wish, but we will reopen our roasting platform with our chefs serving roasted meats, vegetables and accompaniments.
“Similarly, the famous Toby breakfast will be served to the guests by our chefs in the same way.
“The tables and space around the carvery bridge will meet the safety distance guidelines and we will maintain high standards of cleanliness with hand sanitizer stations throughout the restaurant. “
Guests will be greeted at the door and asked to use hand sanitizer when entering.
The pub will have a similar ordering system for drinks, either by text or by old-fashioned pen and paper.
The government is easing the lockdown starting next Saturday (July 4), allowing pubs, restaurants, hotels and bars to reopen.
Hairdressers can also start re-operating, albeit with strict new rules, as the government issues guidelines to get businesses back on their feet.