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Corrie fans gobsmacked as they spot the price of a curry in Roys’ Rolls | The Sun

CORONATION Street fans were left stunned after finding out the cost of a curry in Roys Rolls.

Since 1999, the well-known cafe has adorned the screens of ITV viewers.

In 2012, Milton Fanshaw – the American friend of Roy's mother Sylvia Goodwin – came up with an idea to expand Roy's Rolls into an American-themed diner and merge it with the empty Elliott & Son's property next door.

However, Roy was against the idea as he liked the cafe how it was.

Today, it is still delivering wonderful food to the community at reasonable pricing.

A fan has disclosed how much a curry actually costs there – and it's not as pricey as you might assume given the present economic situation.

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Taking to Twitter, the fan penned: "Only place in the UK where inflation hasn’t hit food prices. ITV Corrie Curry and Rice £3.75 Pie, Chips & Peas £2.60. Bargain."

The fan shared a screenshot from the newest Corrie episode, which featured a scene inside Roy's Rolls, which showed Roy on the phone with the menu and prices behind him.

On the menu a curry and rice costs £3.75, while pie, chips, and peas are only £2.60.

Fans were left shocked at the low prices on the menu and shared their thoughts on it.

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One joked: "No wonder the locals never eat at home."

A second added: "Cheap as chips!"

A third penned: "That place would be packed to the rafters!"

A fourth wrote: "Oh my god, what a bargain."

"Yep, if only that existed now," another added.

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