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Police Rehabilitation Centre

Eating at Flint House

Eating at Flint House 

Flint House aim to provide high quality meals, using fresh, locally sourced ingredients, wherever possible.

The Kitchen offers a wide choice of meals; the Centre’s own chefs prepare the majority of the food on site seeking to provide patients with a ‘well balanced’ meal every time – developing recipe ideas from all over the world - to tempt everyone. These menu ideas include vegetarian options alongside traditional dishes as well as more contemporary meals.
Working within the ‘Care Quality Commission’ guides lines, the Chefs endeavour to balance the nutritional content of every meal during a patients stay and are readily available to advise on calorie reduction.

 Our “light-hearted” option, be it meat, fish or vegetarian, is for a balanced meal where we seek to reduce your Carbohydrate, Fat and Salt intake as well as giving you the option to consume at least your five portions of fruit and vegetables a day.

For full information on dining times information please follow the link Eating at Flint House

For information on how our food and your diet are calculated please go to Our Food, Your Diet

If a medically advised diet or specific requirement is requested, contact and advise the catering management one week before arrival, if at all possible, via the return slip, or by e-mail.

On arrival please ask to speak to a duty chef to meet and confirm those dietary requirements.

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