This casual (and cash-free) joint hopes to liven up office workers lunchtimes, with its modern take on a carvery. The fuss-free set up sees guests order from tablets inside the restaurant, before visiting their carver to choose a base for their meal, from the daily-changing three meat, one fish and one vegetarian option.
Options could include jerk turkey, pork belly or grilled halloumi, while you can finish off your meal with sides such as mac ‘n’ cheese, coconut rice or chilli-flecked sweet potato. You can collect traditional puddings from the fridge, while there are a variety of deals and set menus to take advantage of.
Although largely focused on the grab-and-go trade, there are a handful of tables at Carve which are available to book, making it a safe choice for a lunch which differs from more run-of-the-mill offerings in the area.