I ordered a vegetable carvery from a local restaurant and was shocked by what came out

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A hungry diner ordered a vegetarian carvery online and received three giant tubs filled with nothing but sweetcorn, left on the cob.

Cathy Kilby chose a meal from Stonehouse Carvery through the Too Good To Go app, which sells restaurant leftovers.

Kathy Kilby was stunned when she received three giant tubs filled with nothing but sweet corn after ordering a vegetarian carvery online.

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Kathy Kilby was stunned when she received three giant tubs filled with nothing but sweet corn after ordering a vegetarian carvery online.Credit: Facebook/Cathy Kilby

But the graphic artist ended up with three boxes of just one type of vegetable.

Kathy, from Cardiff, wrote online:

“I ordered three ‘vegetarian carvery’ from a nearby shop.

“I was really looking forward to having it for a late tea and this is what they gave us.

“The worst part is that my partner doesn’t even like corn.”

The post sent followers into hysterics, with one laughing: “I love sweet corn, but not that much.”

Another said: “At least you’ve kept your sense of humor.”

The company’s website lists plant-based and meat-free chicken options, and customers are told: “From choosing your favorite cut and slow-cooked meat to filling your plate with unlimited vegetables, potatoes, sauces and gravy, we offer it all.” Ingredients for the perfect Sunday carvery It has everything, so you can enjoy it just as delicious on any other day of the week. ”

Meat-free options normally cost £6.99, but the company is selling leftovers on its Too Good To Go app for £2.29 per meal.

Stonehouse Carberry has been contacted for comment.

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