British restaurant chain Toby Carvery has announced that you can now get a delicious roast delivered straight to your door.
This means that never again will you wake up bleary-eyed with a throbbing headache and have to contemplate going outside to get the roast you know is going to obliterate your hangover (or at least make it more bearable).
This incredible feat has been made possible thanks to the restaurant joining forces with delivery service Just Eat.
However, unfortunately, the new service will be available at only 62 out of 158 Toby Carvery locations in the UK - still, that's a fair chunk, and we can only assume that this number will increase if the delivery option proves popular.
Prior to the introduction of this service, the only way you could get a roast delivered from the restaurant was to tip your Just Eat driver to collect it for you, but that's no longer the case.
The service, naturally, includes the option of ordering a roast, or the vegetarian equivalent, and a number of puddings including apple, blackberry, and redcurrant crumble and chocolate fudge cake - all priced £3.39 ($4.34) or £4.49 ($5.75).
According to the sample menu, a roast is priced at £7.29 ($9.34).
This consists of meat, roast potatoes, carrots, peas or seasonal vegetables, gravy, and a Yorkshire pudding.
But that's not all, there are delicious extras available too, including loaded roasties or mini pigs in blankets for £2.79 ($3.58).
Oh, and if you're wanting something delicious and quintessentially English but can't quite stomach the roast, you can also order the 'all you can' eat fry up - deciding in advance exactly what 'all you can eat' means.
This is the full list of restaurants that you can order from:
Moby Dick (Chadwell Heath)
WorthingAnd if you're lucky enough to have some leftover chicken, why not try out this leftover chicken biryani recipe: