Fresh & Tasty Food

Fresh & Tasty Food

Fresh and tasty food this New Year

We all know the New Year can bring on the dreaded January blues. You’ve eaten too many turkey sandwiches, drunk too much fizz and polished off a Christmas chocolate or two, and now you’re in a post-Christmas slump. Fear not, we’ve got the perfect remedy – a selection of fresh and tasty dishes that’ll perk you up in no time! Check out some of our favourites below…


Classic super food salad

A super-fresh combination of avocado, roasted beets, mixed pulses & grains, sprouting broccoli, pomegranate & spicy seeds with harissa dressing & cottage cheese

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A Jamie classic – this flavourful dish is packed with ingredients that are good for your body. Did you know that avocado is a great source of vitamin E, which acts as an antioxidant, and beetroot is a source of folate, which can help prevent fatigue? Something we all need at this time of year. Plus, cottage cheese helps to keep our digestive system working effectively, as well as being a great source of protein. When you add salmon to the mix, you’re also getting heart-healthy omega-3 and vitamin D – something a lot of us don’t get enough of in the winter months.


Five-a-day super food salad

Your five-a-day dished up in a wholesome bowl of quinoa, fennel, celeriac, squash, roasted cauliflower, mung beans, radicchio, plenty of herbs & lemony extra virgin olive oil

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Not only is this salad totally delicious, it also contains all of your five-a-day in one bowl – as the name suggests – so once you’ve finished it, you won’t have to worry for the rest of the day. As well as that, celeriac is high in vitamin C and quinoa is a source of copper, which both help our immune systems function properly – great for fighting off those winter colds.


Super food beet salad

A perfect balance of lentils, roasted beetroot & squash with mung beans, juicy clementine, red chicory, kale & extra virgin olive oil

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Squash is high in vitamin A, helping to keep our eyes and skin healthy, and those delicious clementines? They’re a great source of vitamin C which helps our immune systems fight off colds and flu. Did you know that olive oil in salad dressings helps our bodies absorb the fat-soluble vitamins found in fruit and veg, too? Winner.



Super green veggie burger

Herby chickpea, bean & six-seed patty with balsamic onions, cottage cheese, gem & tomato in a brioche bun

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Ditch the meat and go for a healthier alternative to the classic Jamie’s Italian burger. It’s lower in saturated fat and packed full of ingredients that are great for our bodies. Chickpeas are a veggie protein that’s high in folic acid and B vitamins, which help to keep your metabolism healthy and reduce tiredness.


Tender roasted aubergine

Topped with an agrodolce ragù of tomatoes, lentils & raisins, almond yoghurt, pine nuts, rocket & pomegranate

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One of our veggie faves, this delicious dish is also suitable for vegans and is completely dairy-free. It contains two of your five-a-day and is crammed with ingredients that provide us with vital nutrients such as iron and vitamin C.


Sicilian chicken

Half a free-range boneless chicken in a spicy tomato, aubergine & leccino olive sauce

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Chicken is a source of B vitamins niacin and B6, which support healthy metabolism and psychological function – helping us to think properly. It’s also a great source of protein, promoting muscle growth. Handy if you’re getting back into the swing of the gym!



Not only is our pasta made fresh on-site, every day, we make sure we only use the best ingredients. Our recipe is simple – tipo ‘00’ flour, semolina, free-range eggs and a little water. When you choose a small portion of the following dishes, they’re classed as healthy – why not pair them up with one of our side salads for a tasty, filling lunch?


Prawn linguine

Garlicky prawns with tomatoes, fennel, saffron, fresh chilli & rocket

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Prawns are super-high in vitamin B12, which helps keep our metabolism and nervous system functioning properly, as well as preventing us from feeling tired. They also contain phosphorus, which helps to keep our bones strong and healthy.

Veggie Bolognese

Tomato, lentil & porcini ragù with garlic, pangrattato & veggie Parmesan

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Lentils are a fantastic source of nutrients and provide us with plenty of iron, which helps prevent tiredness. Plus, tomatoes are high in vitamin C, which helps us absorb the iron we get from the lentils. Go on, try swapping a traditional Bolognese for our delicious veggie version!



Venetian grilled chicken

Free-range Norfolk chicken, hearty lentil & porcini ragù, rocket, yoghurt & lemon.

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Available throughout January, this chef’s special is full of healthy ingredients and is a source of iron, protein, essential B vitamins and vitamin C. You won’t regret trying this one – it’s the perfect winter warmer!

Skinny carbonara

Our homemade tagliatelle with smoky pancetta, peas, basil, garlic, yoghurt & Parmesan.

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This delicious dish has all the flavour of a carbonara with less of the calories. Plus, the addition of peas introduces a number of important nutrients. The humble pea is a source on nine different micronutrients and is especially high in thiamin, a B vitamin that helps our hearts function properly. A classic you love, without the guilt!



To celebrate our amazing healthy dishes we’re giving you a fabulous 40% off mains when you come in between Monday and Thursday for the whole of January.  Pop in and enjoy some fresh and tasty food to make you feel good - we hope you love these dishes as much as we do!

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*At least 30% of our menu is made up of healthy options. Look out for the H symbol on our online menu to see which dishes are healthy. Find out more about our nutritional information and policies here.