Toby Carvery makes huge change to menus after axing key item – and food fans will be thrilled | The Sun

TOBY Carvery has made a big change to menus and fans of its all-you-can eat breakfast will love it.

The popular restaurant chain has brought fried eggs back to the menu after axing them at the beginning of the year. 

Diners were left devastated after the breakfast staple was withdrawn temporarily from Toby Carvery’s in January. 

Although the recent outbreak of avian flu was blamed, some diners still threatened to boycott their local branch as a result.

But Toby Carvery has now revealed that eggs are back on the menu at its more than 100 locations across the country.

Announcing the return on Facebook, the eatery teased: “Guess who’s back….back again….EGGS ARE BACK!”


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A video clip showed a huge bowl of fried eggs being placed on Toby’s famous ‘deck’ next to hash browns, mushrooms and baked beans. 

Fans are delighted with the egg-citing news. 

Vowing to return, one commented: “We will come back now!”

Another added: “Off for breakfast there Monday now.”

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And a third chimed in: “About time!”

Toby Carvery was forced to withdraw eggs from its £5.49 morning menu due to supply issues and soaring prices caused by bird flu. 

Signs were placed on Toby bars nationwide reading: “Due to UK-wide supply issues following the outbreak of avian influenza, we are temporarily unable to supply eggs.

“Apologies for any inconvenience caused, we are working hard to rectify this as soon as possible.”

Toby Carvery is famed for its unlimited fry-ups, which controversially come with Yorkshire puddings and 'breakfast' gravy.

But last year, the cost of eggs soared by 60%, according to the consumer price index. 

The price of bird feed also rose and millions of chickens were slaughtered due to the massive bird flu outbreak.

Some branches served up scrambled instead of fried, made from dried egg powder from a packet rather than fresh.

A Toby Carvery spokesperson said: "It’s cracking news for guests to confirm that we’ve been able to put fried eggs back on the menu following short term supply issues of free range eggs; due to ongoing avian flu.

"We know our guests love our fried eggs so it’s great to have them back in our unlimited breakfast offer."

It comes as free range eggs return to supermarkets across the country.

Hens have been locked inside sinceNovember 7 amid a serious outbreak of bird flu.

Eggs from these hens were still able to be labelled as free range for 16 weeks but after that producers had to tell consumers the birds had been kept inside.

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However, restrictions are to be lifted on April 18, as the risk has been lowered to medium by officials.    

Supermarkets including Iceland, Tesco and Asda have said they are starting to stock free range eggs again.

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