All fish served in our restaurant has been caught from a certified sustainable fishery. Every step of the journey from catch to delivery has been audited to ensure that the product is sustainable. We have a Sustainable Fishing Policy in place which is used to guide us to using the most sustainable products available.
Sustainable Palm Oil
Where possible we have removed palm oil from our products. In the cases where palm oil is required for our products, we’ve ensured that the palm oil used is from sustainable sources.
What’s not in our food?
You won’t find any of the following nasties in our food: Genetically modified ingredients, artificial trans-fat, MSG or any food colours associated with hyperactivity in children
Our Ingredients and Products
We source our produce from many different suppliers in the UK, Europe and Globally. We have strict controls in place to ensure that all suppliers are working to high standards of food quality, safety and environmental management. We source fruit and vegetables from the UK when produce is in season.
Meat and Steaks:
We have a long standing relationship with our meat and steak suppliers and their teams to ensure our steaks are of the highest quality steaks. All meat used in our restaurants is fully traceable from farm to fork.
Our technical team visit all suppliers regularly to ensure that the standards in place meet the policies we set as a business.
We are proud to serve only RSPCA Assured Free Range Shell eggs in our restaurants. Our mayonnaise also uses free range eggs.
All our suppliers must adhere to EU legislation terms of animal welfare and as a business our policy states that all animals should be treated humanely at all times.
None of our food is certified Halal. We do not make any claims re Halal status of our products due to the use of alcohol and pork in our kitchens.
All cheese used in our restaurants must be pasteurised with the exception of Grana Padano and Parmesan hard cheeses that use unpasteurised milk. We recommend pregnant women follow the advice of a healthcare professional when deciding whether to consume unpasteurised hard cheese.