Chadwell Heath pub becomes Toby Carvery

The Moby Dick is being transformed into a Toby Carvery

The Moby Dick is being transformed into a Toby Carvery - Credit: Archant

A popular pub in Chadwell Heath is set to reopen as a Toby Carvery next month.

The Moby Dick in Whalebone Lane North, which is currently undergoing renovation and remodelling work, will be known as Toby Carvery Moby Dick when it opens to the public on Monday, February 15.

Previously owned by pub chain The Orchid Group, the move is part of the acquisition of 173 Orchid sites in 2014 by Toby Carvers owners’ Mitchells and Butlers.

The change is set to create 20 new jobs.

Rob Goodier, regional business manager for Toby Carvery, said: “We are extremely pleased to be opening one of our famous carveries in Chadwell Heath and the team are gearing up to welcoming lots of guests over the coming months.”


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