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Sutton Park, Sutton Coldfield
(4.2/5 based on 460+ reviews on the web)
Sutton Park, in Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands, England, it is the seventh largest urban park in Europe and the second largest outside a capital city. The park covers more than 2000acre, with a mix of heathland, wetlands and marshes, seven lakes, extensive ancient woodlands (covering approximately a quarter of the park), several restaurants, a private 18-hole golf course on its western edge and a municipal golf course to the south, a donkey sanctuary, children's playgrounds and a visitors' centre. There is no entrance charge although on summer Sundays a parking charge for cars applies. A wide range of leisure activities are undertaken in the park including dog walking, pony treking, bike riding and kite flying. There are areas to fly model aeroplanes and helicopters. A railway line runs through the park.Most of the park is a National Nature Reserve; large parts are also a Scheduled Ancient Monument.
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  • We are very lucky to have this excellent natural park. I enjoy regular walks across all areas. The Exmoor ponies and 7 lakes make walks very enjoyable. 
  • Biased by a lifetime of use this is a breath of fresh air for family fun for all. Scenery beautiful and different areas for all choices for winter summer and spring 
  • I walk my dog here every day. He's a sprocker spaniel (half springer, half cocker) so he needs a lot of exercse. We do 5 miles every afternoon. I choose a different gate each day, and a different walk...  more »
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  • We personally had a terrible experience here. Ignored by the carver as he 'cleaned' the surfaces, we were horrified to see him reach over the meat to wipe up and collect up bits of crumbs and then pull his hand back over the meat and we seen the crumbs dropping onto the turkey. He also done the same with the roast potatoes! Continued to ignore us until he heard a waiter ask is if we were waiting on a carver and then decided to acknowledge us. The experience never got better as we heard the waitress going over to other tables to ask how their food was, she didn't ask us this question and she didn't explain where the drink machine was as we heard her explain to other diners (we had refillable drinks too) When our son decided he had eaten enough of his meal and wanted his ice cream it took over 10 minutes to get the waitresses attention to order the ice cream. By this time we were all finished our meals and had to wait for our son to finish his ice cream before we could leave (our normal plan of action is to let him eat his ice cream while we finish our dinners and do not have to wait so long) We are normally more than happy to tip the waiters/waitresses even though it is a self service resturant, but today we did not leave a tip! We can say with confidence we will never be eating at this carvery again! The food was nowhere near to the standard of other Toby carvery see have eaten at! If I could award 0 stars instead of 1 I would. We even struggled to get the waitresses attention to ask for the bill and when I paid we waited for our change and the waitress handed me nearly 2 pounds in change and 'forgot' about the £10 note!
  • Good roast dinners as standard, service with a smile and well placed in the park. It's not expensive but don't expect a wealth of choice - its a pub restaraunt setting focused on roasted food. Its a serve-yourself system so don't expect huge amounts of table service
  • Disappointing. Got here, seated by a waitress and told someone will be over to serve us shortly. No one came over so we got our own drinks from the bar. Helped ourselves to the carvery and even had the time to finish it before we even saw a waitress to give us the bill. The table had not been cleaned and the chair had food all over it. The food was of poor quality. The broccoli was most definitely not cooked, the potatoes were dried out and burnt, the carrots looked like they had been sat there all day, there was no gravy and overall it was an atrocious dining experience. I would be more understanding and considerate if they were busy and rushed off their feet, however that was not the case. I usually go to the Carvery in Streetly but came to this one as I was here with my family a few weeks prior to my visit today... And there were 30+ of us, the waitress did a fabulous job of serving so many people, not only my family but many other customers on that very busy evening.
  • Good honest food and friendly service. Set in the beautiful Sutton Park.
  • Always friendly rain or shine, they offer some really nice vegetarian option, and are reasonably with allergies and are cautious too which is handy if you have a allergy suffer keep in mind it's a carvery with a buffet of vegetables to go with your main.