nutritional info & allergens

Bright salads, fields of crunchy vegetables, hot & nutritious brown rice & noodles, light soups, mayonaise free sauces & zero fat frozen yoghurt... Our eat beautiful dishes taste as good as they look without being laden with fat or particularly high in calories. 

To the left you'll find a printable overview of our nutritional and allergen information.

[Please note - we use all of the listed allergens in our kitchen. Therefore cannot guarantee that our food is completely free of these allergens.]

Our Thai sauce in our rice potsu contains real coconut - a great source of iron, potassium & zinc. Similarly to seeds and avocado coconut milk is naturally high in saturated fat. The saturated fat in coconut is mostly in the form of medium chain saturated fatty acids (MCFAs) in particular, one called lauric acid. MCFAs are rapidly metabolized into energy in the liver (unlike other saturated fats, MCFAs are used up more quickly by the body and are less likely to be stored as fat).

Lauric acid is converted in the body into a highly beneficial compound called monolaurin, an antiviral and antibacterial that destroys a wide variety of disease causing organisms. It is therefore now thought that consumption of coconut milk may help protect the body from infections and viruses.' For more information see: