Full allergen/nutritional information can be found on our menus, customer information screen, website and Wetherspoon app. While we have procedures for segregating preparation within meals and drinks, kitchen and bar service may involve shared preparation/cooking areas. If you have any specific food/drink allergen needs, please inform us when ordering; we will take reasonable steps to prepare your meal safely, although cannot guarantee a completely allergen-free environment or products.
Vegetarian dishes, vegan dishes, dishes under 5% fat and dishes under 500 Calories are indicated, with symbols, on the menu.
While we endeavour to ensure that our vegetarian and vegan meals have been prepared and cooked completely separately from any meat or fish products or their derivatives, we are not able to provide an absolute guarantee.
In addition, we are unable to guarantee the complete segregation during preparation and cooking of different meat products, such as beef and pork.
Full allergen/nutritional information can be found here, as symbols on our printed menus and on the customer information screens or please ask at the bar, where staff can help, although cannot offer specific advice or recommendations beyond our published nutritional communications.
We have risk-assessed our kitchens’ allergens; because of the nature of our food operation, we cannot fully guarantee that any food will be completely free from these allergens.
We source our meat from a variety of suppliers, mostly in the UK and Ireland. All of our suppliers, regardless of their location, operate to strict EU animal welfare standards, requiring that all animals be rendered unconscious, before slaughter, so ensuring that they are killed humanely. This is an industry standard.
Animal welfare standards, in terms of food safety and quality, are integral to our sourcing requirements.
No suppliers have been requested to supply us with halal-certified meat; we have no plans to introduce this requirement in the future. In addition, our meals are not prepared or cooked to a halal standard.
We have no plans at the current time. In our view, it is better for customers to eat and drink on the premises. Pubs are about atmosphere – this is generated by having customers in the building.
There are additional operational factors to consider, too. We wouldn’t want to prioritise take-away over those customers in the pub and, at busier times, that might be the choice we face.
Some pubs, from time to time, are already offering pizza or other items to take away – that, of course, will continue.