Our healthy food creates healthy bodies and active minds. Kidz Kabin employs a full-time cook to provide breakfast, lunch and tea for nursery children and After School Club.
All food is freshly prepared daily in the purpose-built kitchen. We provide a well-balanced, healthy menu that is mainly vegetarian with white fish and salmon included in some dishes. Staff are supportive and encouraging to children trying new tastes, and always have an alternative on hand for children who are not keen on the first choice. Healthy snacks are provided in the morning and water is of course freely accessible to all children throughout the day.
Allergies are treated with the upmost importance at Kidz Kabin, with allergy placemats to ensure children intolerant to the main dish are given a suitable alternative. Our extensive knowledge of different allergies allows us to support parents and children in managing changes in diet.
Home made vegetable soup (varieties daily) are offered to children who prefer a light meal. However, the soup is offered in addition to the main meal (and not as a substitute) and is wholesome and full of goodness with a variety of root and other vegetables, and served with pasta, couscous or/and bread and butter.
Softer food is offered to the younger children and this will be on our daily sheet. Our cook makes delicious bakes for the children with fresh vegetables, lentils, pasta, couscous, etc.
Main: Baked salmon in a tomato sauce with wholegrain rice and salad.
Dessert: Fresh fruits
Main: Lentil & vegetable curry with rice and naan bread.
Dessert: Homemade lemon drizzle cake
Main: Broccoli & bean pasta bake.
Dessert: Homemade apple crumble & vanilla ice cream
Main: Oven baked haddock, Spring vegetables and potatoes.
Dessert: Cornflake tart & custard
Main: Vegetarian nuggets with Mediterranean vegetable couscous.
Dessert: Homemade fresh fruit smoothie
A variety of fresh fruit is offered for dessert each day as well as fromage frais or yogurt and fruit puree. Fruit includes: oranges, strawberries, bananas, apples, pears, mango, papaya, pineapple, blueberries, melon