stay tuned as our chefs are working on bringing back our full size
vegan/vegetarian menu. For now, there are many dishes on our
current menu can be prepared vegetarian or strictly vegan.
Please ask your server for details.
you for your patronage.
Patrons are encouraged to consider the information
provided, to their own satisfaction, in light of their individual
needs and requirements.
TYPE OF VEGAN ARE YOU?
albumen/albumin: egg white.
alpha hydroxy acids (AHAs): naturally occurring chemicals derived from fruit or milk.
ambergris: morbid concretion obtained from the intestine of the sperm whale.
amniotic fluid: fluid surrounding the foetus within the placenta.
anchovy: small fish of the herring family. Often an ingredient of Worcester sauce and pizza toppings.
angora: fiber obtained from rabbits or goats.
aspic: jelly derived from meat and fish.
astrakhan: skin of still born or very young lambs from a breed originating in Astrakhan, Russia.
bristle: stiff animal hair, usually from pigs.
casein: Ammonium Caseinate. Calcium Caseinate. Potassium Caseinate. Sodium Caseinate. The principle protein of cow's milk.
cashmere: fine wool from the cashmere goat and wild goat of Tibet.
castoreum: obtained from the sex gland of the .
catgut: dried and twisted intestines of the sheep or horse.
caviar: roe of the sturgeon and other fish.
chitin: organic base of the hard parts of insects and crustacea eg shrimps, crabs.
chamois: soft leather from the skin of the chamois antelope, sheep, goats, deer, etc.
cochineal (E120): dye-stuff consisting of the dried bodies of scale insects.
cod liver oil: oil extracted from the liver of cod and related fish.
D3 (cholecalciferol): vitamin derived from lanolin or fish oil.
down: underplummage of fowls (especially duck and goose).
eider down: small, soft feathers from the breast of the eider duck.
elastin: protein uniting muscle fibres in meat. Use/s: moisturiser in cosmetics
gelatin: jelly obtained by boiling animal tissues (skin, tendons, ligaments etc) or bones.
glycerin/glycerol (E422): clear, colourless liquid which may be derived from animal fats, synthesised from propylene or from
fermentation of sugars.
hide: animal skin (raw or tanned).
isinglass: very pure form of gelatin obtained from the air bladders of some freshwater fishes, especially the sturgeon.
keratin: protein found in hair, horns, hoofs and feathers.
L'cysteine hydrochloride (E920): manufactured from animal hair and chicken feathers, or synthetically from coal tar.
lactose: milk sugar. Use/s: tablet filler, sweetener, 'carrier' for flavouring agents &emdash; especially in crisps
lanolin: fat extracted from sheep's wool.
lard: fat surrounding the stomach and kidneys of the pig, sheep and cattle.
leather: tanned hide (mostly from cattle but also sheep, pigs, goats etc).
lecithin (E322): fatty substance found in nerve tissues, egg yolk, blood and other tissues.
lutein(E161(b)): substance of deep yellow colour found in egg yolk.
mohair: cloth or yarn made from the hair of the angora goat.
musk: substance secreted in a gland or sac by the male musk deer.
oleoic oil: liquid obtained from pressed tallow.
oleostearin: solid obtained from pressed tallow.
oestrogen: female sex hormone from cow ovaries or pregnant mares' urine.
pearl ('Mother of', or 'cultured'): concretion of layers of pain-dulling nacre formed around a foreign particle within the shell of various
bivalve molluscs, principally the oyster.
pepsin: enzyme found in gastric juices.
placenta: organ by which the foetus is attached to the umbilical cord.
progesterone: sex hormone.
propolis: bee glue. Used by bees to stop up crevices and fix combs to the hive.
rennet: extract of calf stomach. Contains the enzyme renin which clots milk.
roe eggs: obtained from the abdomen of slaughtered female fish.
sable: fur from the sable marten, a small carnivorous mammal.
shellac (E904): insect secretion. Use/s: hair spray, lip sealer, polishes, glazing agent
silk: cloth made from the fibre produced by the larvae ('silk worm') of certain bombycine moths, the harvesting of which entails the
destruction of the insect.
sodium 5'-inosinate: occurs naturally in muscle. Prepared from fish waste.
sperm oil: oil found in the head of various species of whales.
spermaceti wax: fatty substance found mainly in the head of the sperm whale, other whales and dolphins.
sponge: aquatic animal or colony of animals of a 'low order', characterised by a tough elastic skeleton of interlaced fibres.
squalene/squalane: found in the liver of the shark (and rats).
stearate: salt of stearic acid Use/s: body building supplements
stearic acid (E570): organic acid prepared from stearin
stearin(e): general name for the three glycerids (monostearin, distearin, tristearin). Formed by the combination of stearic acid and
glycerin; chiefly applied to tristearin, which is the main constituent of tallow or suet.
suede: kid-, pig- or calf-skin, tanned.
suet: solid fat prepared from the kidneys of cattle and sheep.
tallow: hard animal fat, especially that obtained from the parts about the kidneys of ruminating animals. Use/s: soap and candle making
testosterone: male hormone.
urea: waste nitrogen formed in the liver and excreted by the kidneys.
vellum: fine parchment prepared from the skins of calves, lambs or kids.
vitamin A (retinol): derived from fish liver oil or egg yolk.
volaise: ostrich meat
whey: residue from milk after the removal of the casein and most of the fat. By-product of cheese making.
wool: hair forming the fleecy coat of the domesticated sheep (and similar animals).