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Information and guidance for public, NHSGGC staff, and community-based services.  Hospital visiting restrictions now in place.

Food in Hospital

We are committed to providing high quality food and drink as part of your hospital visit and we are constantly working to improve both the range and quality of the food and drink that you will be provided with.

Our menu was last updated in 2018 and will be reviewed in 2020.

Each day patients will be offered a continental breakfast with tea or coffee, cereal, bread, toast (where available) and rolls.

For lunch we offer a three course meal with homemade soup or fruit juice to start, followed by a choice of sandwiches, salad or filled baked potatoes or a hot meal with vegetables and potatoes. This is followed by a selection of desserts such as trifle, fresh fruit, yogurt, rice pudding, jelly and ice cream or cheese and biscuits.

In the evening we offer a choice of hot meals with vegetables and potatoes or rice plus either a hot or cold dessert.

At each mealtime there is always a meal option for vegetarians, a healthier option and choice for those who need more calories.

As well as your meals we have a range of drinks and snacks available at all times – including tea, coffee, hot chocolate, squash, bread, cereal and biscuits.

We have developed cafe style menus showing the choices for a full week. These will be available at your bedside or in dining rooms in some of our wards.

Find out more on our Ordering your meals and menu info page.

It is important that you try to eat and drink as normal if you can while you are in hospital. If you have special dietary requirements we are unaware of please speak to a member of ward staff.

Our Catering Department want you to enjoy the food we provide and invite you to give feedback at any time during or after your stay.

For more information please browse the sections below:

Last Updated: 08 July 2020