Vegetarians today come from all walks of life, and all sections of society. They don't generally want to cause a nuisance when they eat out, they just want what most people want: good food and a choice. Sadly this isn't always available.
This is our definition of a vegetarian:
A vegetarian is someone who lives on a diet of grains, pulses, nuts, seeds, vegetables and fruits with, or without, the use of dairy products and eggs.
A vegetarian does not eat meat, poultry, game, fish, shellfish or crustacea, or by-products.
There are different degrees of vegetarianism which may be what causes confusion with caterers. The four most common forms of vegetarianism are:
Lacto-ovo-vegetarian. Eats both dairy products and eggs. This is the most common type of vegetarian diet.
Lacto-vegetarian. Eats dairy products but not eggs.
Ovo-vegetarian. Eats eggs but not dairy products.
Vegan. Does not eat dairy products, eggs, or any other animal product.
Our House salad is a wonderful snack or addition to any meal with a bed of chopped iceburg and romaine lettuce topped with sliced carrots, sliced radish, cherry tomato, sliced apple, dried cranberries, toasted pepitas and our House citrus vinagrette