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Dining at EBS

EBS Kitchen

The EBS Kitchen is unlike any other school canteen; alongside our obligations to provide healthy, nutritious and cost-effective offerings, we provide truly exciting and various menu items that cater to students and staff alike.

We are a conscious kitchen, constantly striving to achieve better standards to reduce our carbon footprint. For us, education doesn’t end in the classroom – throughout the EBS Kitchen we try to impart knoweldge to students in understanding the importance of nutrition and environmental credentials.

We often hold tasting sessions with the EBS Community to ensure our meals are tingling those tastebuds, we have a suggestions box to bring in new ideas, and we speak regularly to the Student Council to look at new ways to improve recycling and packaging.

The packaging we use for all of our products is made from plants by a company called Vegware, and is all commerically compostable.

Daily Specials

Alongside our daily menu, we also have specials for each day of the working week!

Monday

A mixed meze box of favourites & hot or cold dessert.

ONLY £2.50

Tuesday

A noodle dish, mini bag of prawn crackers & hot or cold dessert.

ONLY £2.50

Wednesday

Freshly prepared fillings in a soft tortilla & a complimentary cookie.

ONLY £2.50

Thursday

Curry with naan bread or poppadoms & hot or cold dessert.

ONLY £2.50

Friday

Catch of the day, chunky chips, side dip & cold dessert.

ONLY £2.50

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Lighter Options

There are a selection of fresh sandwiches available as an alternative to a hot meal. Sandwiches are not part of the meal deal and extras, such as puddings, must be paid for separately. Students are more than welcome to bring a packed lunch if they prefer.

Weekly Menus

We are constantly changing our menus, and we publish weekly menus so students and staff know what is coming up! All weekly menus are in date order.

Week One

2nd – 6th Nov 2020

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Week Two

9th – 13th Nov 2020

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Week Three

16th – 20th Nov 2020 

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Week Four

23rd – 27th Nov 2020

Coming Soon!

Week Five

30th Nov – 4th Dec 2020

Coming Soon!

Week Six

7th – 11th Dec 2020

Coming Soon!

Allergen Information

For a list of allergens in our sandwiches, please click here.

EBS Food Hygiene Rating

food hygiene rating of 5

View on the Food Standards Agency website.

Price List

Hot Main Meal or Salad Pot
(incl. hot pudding, fruit salad or cold dessert)

£2.50

Hot pudding, fruit salad, dessert (on own)

90p / £1.20

Sandwich/filled wrap

£2.10

Roll

£1.90 / £2.50

Fruit

60p

Cookie / Muffin (not incl. in meal deal)

£1.00 – £1.40

Bottled Water

£1.00

Flavoured Water

75p / £1.30

Break-time Snacks

90p / £1.30

(Please note this is an example of items offered, not all items will be available and not all are listed.)


Staff (adults) – Add VAT @ 20% to all food/drink prices.

Water Fountains

Students are more than welcome to use the water fountains around the school and may bring in an empty bottle from home to fill and use throughout the day.

View on ParentPay

All purchases can be viewed on the student’s ParentPay account. ParentPay login details have been sent to all parents /carers, however, to request the information again, please contact finance@eastbarnetschool.com

Nut Free School

We aim to be a nut free school, so we do request that students do not bring any nut-based products in to any area of the school, as some of our staff and students have severe allergies. Thank you!

COVID-19 Notice

To ensure the safety of all students and staff, we have taken additional measures to make sure the process of buying food on site is as safe as possible. Examples of these measures include:

  • the introduction of screens to our food counters;
  • individually wrapped/bagged food items including main meals;
  • all customer-facing staff will be wearing face shields.

We have also staggered lunch breaks to limit the mixing of year group bubbles.​

The Importance of Breakfast and Lunch

  • Breakfast provides the body and brain with fuel after an overnight fast – that’s where its name originates, breaking the fast! Without breakfast you are effectively running on empty, like trying to start the car with no petrol!

    ShakeUpYourWakeUp.com
  • Eating in the middle of the day, several hours after breakfast, re-energizes your body and can raise blood sugar levels when focus and concentration are flagging. If you’re feeling sluggish, eating even a small lunch can renew your energy and help you feel refreshed and ready to take on the next several hours.

    LIVESTRONG.com

Branded Ingredients

We may be a school canteen, but that doesn’t mean we are just a school canteen! We work hard to ensure that we provide healthy, cost-effective options, that are also really tasty. See below for some of the brands we use in our EBS kitchen:

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