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Sample menu

Get a taste for some of the dishes our residents enjoy each day.

Take a look at a typical menu served up by Care UK care homes.


Breakfast

Cooked Breakfast
Selection of cereals
Toasts and preserves
Yoghurts
Porridge
Fresh fruit
Tea, coffee and fresh fruit juices
 


Lunch

Beef in Ale Pie with mashed potato and seasonal vegetables
or
Salmon Fishcakes with boiled potatoes and peas

Wild Berry Eton Mess
or
Apple Strudel with ice cream
 


Supper

Homemade Soup of the Day
&
Homemade Chicken Goujons or Jacket Potatoes with a choice of fillings
&
Apple and Raspberry Crumble with custard
 


An alternative menu is also on offer for lighter meals
All dietary requirements are catered for
This sample menu is representative of a typical day

 

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