Meat free choices

The definition of a vegetarian diet is one that doesn’t include meat, poultry, game or fish. Vegetarians do eat by-products of animals if they haven’t been killed for this purpose, e.g. eggs, cheese. The important nutrients that are found in meat and fish are also present in other food groups, so there’s really no need to miss out on goodness or good food.

Types of vegetarian diets

Lacto-ovo - Cutting out meat, poultry, fish and seafood, but including eggs and dairy (most popular)

Pescetarian - Cutting out meat but including seafood, eggs and dairy

Ovo-tarian - Cutting out meat and dairy but still includes eggs

Pollotarian - Cutting out red meat, fish and seafood but does consume poultry, eggs and dairy

Cooking vegetarian

Enjoy meat free and veggie-friendly dishes and snacks all day, every day, with our vegetarian recipe collection. You’ll be amazed.

Our favourite vegetarian friendly wines

We pride ourselves in being able to offer a range of exquisite vegetarian wines. We have a selection of vibrant reds and crisp white wines available online or in store.