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Superfoods on the menu

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The world is going crazy for superfoods and with good reason! Keen to get in on the health kick? We’re here to help you out, let us talk you through the superfoods on our menu.

First of all, what’s a superfood? For a food to be considered a superfood it has to be high in nutrients and extremely beneficial to health.


Quinoa is one of the biggest health foods on the market right now! It’s high in dietary fibre which helps keep your digestive system running smoothly, full of essential amino acids, rich in iron and magnesium and very high in protein.

Like what your hear? Give our fresh and delicious Quinoa, Puy Lentil and Halloumi Salad a try!


Yup, that’s right. Regular ol’ broccoli is a superior vegetable. It’s full of vitamins and minerals including vitamin C and folate (thought to reduce risk of heart disease, strokes and cancer).

If you think you might now be developing a special place in your heart for broccoli you can find some in our scrumptious Courgette Ribbon Salad.


Spinach being good for us isn’t exactly news, but did you know that spinach is packed with antioxidants, vitamins AND anti-inflammatories? Spinach helps to promote good vision and strong bones.

Luckily for you we’ve got a spinach side that is just pure perfection. Order our Creamed Spinach with herby breadcrumbs for a tasty health boost.

Salmon & EggsEggs

Eggs are rich in omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin B2, B12 and D making eggs beneficial to your immune and nervous systems. These little nutritious gems contain a whole load of other vitamins and minerals besides as well as being a good source of protein -they really do cover all angles.

Your body will thank you if you get some eggs into your diet!  So we’ve got some fabulous egg-based dishes you can order.

If you’re in for breakfast try out our Scrambled Eggs and Smoked Salmon, The Works (full english breakfast including egg!) or a selection of our other breakfast items.

Otherwise we highly recommend our Spanish style Black Pudding Scotch Egg.


Salmon is very much on a nutritional par with eggs. It’s jam packed with omega-3 fatty acids and protein. Some research has shown it may also help to protect your skin from harmful UV rays!

Come in for brunch and have our Scrambled Eggs and Smoked Salmon.


Lentils are the unsung hero of the pulse world. They’ve got a health dose of protein and iron as well as having a low glycemic index (GI) value. This means that they don’t drastically raise your blood sugar levels which means that you’ll be able to use the energy the lentils give you for longer!

Introduce yourself to lentils with our Quinoa, Puy Lentil and Halloumi Salad.


We may be a little biased when it comes to chicken, but chicken really does have some fantastic health benefits to offer.

Chicken is a great source of protein whilst being impressively low in carbohydrates and saturated fats. This clever little bird causes a rise in serotonin levels which helps to keep you cheery by boosting your mood and improving your ability to sleep well. Chicken has lots of other health benefits besides which you can read about in our ‘Health Benefits of Chicken’ blog!

We won’t even try to list all of our dishes in which you’ll find our feathered friend, best check out the menu here.