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Stick to what you know with tea and toast or go all out with our unlimited breakfast buffet. Enjoy a choice of 10 different breakfast items, including pork sausages, bacon, our famous breakfast Yorkies and hash browns.

We can’t wait to see you on your next visit. We are pleased to announce that self-serve is now back, so you can once again load your plate with as much breakfast and carvery veg as you like!

Breakfast just isn’t the same without your favourite drink by your side, but drinks aren’t included in this tasty breakfast deal and do come at an additional cost.

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day and here at Toby Carvery, we’ve got everything you’ll need to set you up for the big day ahead.

So, get ready to pile your plate high, enjoy all your favourites.

The cherry on top of this beautiful cake? Cross-platform multiplayer!

The assist mode will include options such as:

Over 200 levels of culinary chaos
Seven new levels
Three new chefs
60 FPS gameplay in stunning 4K resolution
Faster loading times
Brand new trophies and achievements

Overcooked! All You Can Eat will be available digitally and physically on PlayStation® 5 and Xbox Series X.

The accessibility functions include:

Overcooked! All You Can Eat will also include new accessibility options and assist mode, helping any budding master chef experience the heat of the kitchen.

Overcooked, Overcooked 2 and every morsel of additional content released for both games are being blended together and remastered from the ground up in Overcooked! All You Can Eat.

This delicious definitive edition features:

You can slightly rephrase #2 to avoid the ambiguity, but keep more-or-less the same meaning:

You are all sitting here with me in my den.

“All of you” is a noun-phrase that may be used in Standard English when the ambiguity of “you” by itself would be confusing or misleading.

Note that the “you all are”/”you are all” constructions mean something slightly different than the “all of you are” construction. The latter places emphasis on the fact that all of you are sitting here, as opposed to just some of you. The former put a very slight emphasis on sitting instead.

Both are technically correct, but the second (“you all”) is less preferable because of the ambiguity of whether you mean y’all * or simply you all. Of course, if you’re writing in a context where “y’all” is acceptable, then this isn’t a problem.

“You-all”—also occurring as “y’all”—is a second-person plural pronoun that occurs in some regional versions of US English. It is used by some speakers to eliminate the ambiguity caused by the Standard English “you”, since “you” does not differentiate between singular and plural.

In most contexts “all of you” would be considered the correct phrasing. Some listeners or readers perceive “you-all” to be incorrect.