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food and dining at St Margarets

brighterkind Food and Dining

At St Margaret's, we love our food

We firmly believe that when you eat well, you live well too. This is a core part of our brighterkind philosophy of care, centering on good nutrition and the importance of mealtimes as a social occasion.

Our dining rooms are always set to restaurant standards, so residents need worry about nothing but enjoying the food. Find out more about our dining facilities.

Each day our chef prepares restaurant-style meals combining variety with a balanced diet and an emphasis on locally sourced ingredients. Our residents get involved in helping to plan our menus, too. And we can cater to any dietary or health requirements, however complex.

The dining rooms always become a hub of conversation and laughter, which gives even our more frail residents a chance to come together and socialise. Whether it’s tea and cakes in the garden or a roast each Sunday, we encourage our residents to make the most of living in an active and friendly environment.

We go out for a pub lunch each week, which is always very popular, and a number of residents’ relatives take them to a local hotel for meals.

Of course, when, where and who you eat with is entirely up to you. Friends and family can join you as often as you’d like (at a small charge), and our extras menu gives you the option to order snacks at any time of the day.

Special requirements

If you have any special dietary requirements or preferences, please let us know on arrival. We are happy to cater to your needs and wishes, however complex.

Download a PDF of a typical daily menu.

FAQ

Is alcohol served with meals?

Alcohol is served on request.

What provisions are made for residents’ birthdays?

Residents’ birthdays are always marked if they want them to be - our chef makes a special cake to mark the occasion.  If relatives would like to reserve a special dining room for the event, just let us know and this can be accommodated.

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