There is no menu, it's whatever Toby produces. I've had a few and the cooking is fantastic. He tunes the menu over the week (as I understand it) and also takes account of who is coming in. I've had some fantastic Indian food for example (mostly vegetarian from memory). Even in other studios there's a good lunch laid on and they go out of the way to make sure people are well fed.
There has to be a gap in the market for 'The Big Finish Cookbook'! With recipes, photos and character endorsements...
('Venusian Night-Fish just like my food machine used to make it.' 'A cheese selection of which Sir Reginald himself would have approved.' 'It was after that exceptionally exquiste epicurean example of steak-and-ale pie that I gave my finest introduction!' 'The best Cricket Tea this side of Cranleigh Hall.' The finest Gumblejack I've tasted since - well, ever really. We were rudely interrupted the last time.' 'Eating is for primitives. I receive energy through the probic vent and am combat ready at all times.')
Well the BBC published the 'Doctor Who Cookbook' back in the day didn't they?
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