Toby Carvery is making this big change to its meals from May 17
Toby Carvery restaurants across Leeds are reopening on May 17.
Fans of the carvery chain have been missing the opportunity to get in their favourite Sunday roast for months now.
That will change on Monday once hospitality venues can once again begin to serve customers inside.
Ahead of the change, Toby Carvery has issued an update on safety rules for anyone who can't wait to tuck into their roasties.
And there's one big change to expect - it's table service only.
That means no piling your plate high yourself till it practically overflows.
According to the Toby Carvery website: "We operate on a strict table service basis. Guests are not permitted to order or wait at bar areas."
Some food items may also be missing from some dishes as their suppliers gear themselves back up for service.
Other rule changes include:
Test and trace
It's mandatory for all guests to enter their details for test and trace
It's mandatory to wear a face covering when moving the bar and restaurant indoors, but you won’t need to wear a mask when seated at your table.
A maximum of eight people can book onto a table - children and babies need to be included in the maximum number.
Booking is "strongly recommended" as otherwise you may face a long wait. You can still book on the day.
No table service
Staff will serve you and you should order via the app. There will be no ordering or standing at the bar allowed.
Some opening times may be slightly different. For the most accurate opening times, call the restaurant or pub directly, or again check the Facebook site.