A Norwich City star enjoyed a classic carvery at a restaurant in Sprowston over the weekend.  

Onel Hernández posted a photo of himself on Facebook enjoying a roast dinner at the Racecourse Castle Carvery on Sunday. 

The Cuban-born winger gave a thumbs-up as he posed next to the plate loaded with veg, stuffing and a giant Yorkshire pudding.

Castle Carvery offers roast dinners for £14.45 on a Sunday, serving up an option of five different types of meat including beef, pork, turkey, gammon and lamb. 

It is not clear which choice Hernández opted for but it appears the winger may not be a fan of gravy. 

Hernández, who signed for Norwich City in 2018, became a cult hero among Canaries fans that season for his role in Daniel Farke's team winning the Championship title.

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Jay Dasilva and Onel Hernandez battle for the ball during a match at Carrow Road (Image: Nigel French/PA Wire)

Part of that popularity, beyond his exciting skills on the pitch, has been his fun presence on social media and his love for Argos.

After he enthusiastically praised the retailer in a January 2019 interview, he was given a catalogue signed by their CEO and did a signing event at their Riverside store the following March.

In 2021, the winger also decided to permanently declare his love for the club by getting a tattoo of the Canaries badge on his upper arm the day before they got promoted back into the Premier League.