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Allergy and dietary information

We care about all our guests and aim to make eating and drinking with us a relaxed experience. We understand it can be difficult for guests with special dietary requirements to make menu choices.

Please read the following guide to our allergy data before you click on any of the links below and always check in site at the time of dining in case any recipes have changed.                                              

Welcome to our allergy information guide which is designed to help you make decisions on the food and drink that you order. As our menu descriptions do not include all ingredients or allergens, please use the allergy information guide to choose suitable dishes for you to eat and enjoy.

We take great care to prevent cross-contamination when preparing your order in our kitchens. However, due to the layout and operation of our kitchens we do not have specific allergen free zones and it is therefore not possible to fully guarantee separation of allergens. There is significant risk of cross-contamination in our buffet areas and deep fat fryers. If you would like further information on our cooking methods, don’t be afraid to ask! We cannot guarantee your order is 100% free from any allergenic ingredient.

Please let a member of our team know if you have an allergy or sensitivities to any ingredient, even if you have dined with us before.

The allergen ‘Tree Nuts’ refers to the following tree nuts and their by-products: almond, Brazil, cashew, hazelnut, macadamia (Queensland nut), pecan, pistachio and walnut. The column ‘Tree Nut source (if present)’ will show the specific tree nut.

Our drinks allergy information contains the cocktails and similar drinks only. For soft drinks, spirits, wines, beers etc please consult the packaging or ask a member of staff.

We take care in producing this allergy information guide for you and work closely with the suppliers of our products to ensure data is accurate. This information may change at any time, so please check with us for up-to-date information.

KEY FOR WHITBREAD INNS ALLERGY INFORMATION GUIDE

Y             The allergen is present

YES        Suitable for ovo-lacto vegetarians/ vegans

NO         Not suitable for ovo-lacto vegetarians/ vegans

To help you make an informed choice download a PDF of our allergy and other dietary information from the below:

Main menu allergy and dietary  

Allergy information

We are aware of allergens requiring labelling . Menu descriptions do not list all ingredients. Please see below key of how to interpret the data and inform your server every time you dine with us even if you have eaten the dish before as products can change and so that every precaution can be taken in our kitchen to prevent cross contamination.

We take great care to prevent cross-contamination when preparing your order in our kitchens. However, due to the layout and operation of our kitchens we do not have specific allergen free zones and it is therefore not possible to fully guarantee separation of allergens. There is significant risk of cross-contamination in our buffet areas and deep fat fryers. If you would like further information on our cooking methods, don’t be afraid to ask! We cannot guarantee your order is 100% free from any allergenic ingredient.

Y      The allergen is present

The Treenut/nut column indicates the presence of the following; almond, Brazil, cashew, hazelnut, macadamia (Queensland nut), pecan, pistachio and walnut. The column ‘Tree Nut source (if present)’ will show the specific tree nut.

Other dietary information

YES       Suitable for ovo-lacto vegetarians/ vegans

NO        Not suitable for ovo-lacto vegetarians/ vegans

The nutrition values provided are for each complete dish as listed on the menu. Optional additions are listed separately and must be added to the value for the dish. Where the dishes are for sharing the figure given is for the total dish and you must divide this by the number of people sharing the dish to get the nutrition per person. Figures are typical and may vary due to seasonal factors and chef practices.

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