Environmental Policy & Sustainable Restaurants

We continually try to reduce the impact that our business has on the local and wider environment, reducing our footprint and supporting sustainable practices reducing our impact o

We  reduce our impact on the environment in the following ways:

  • We prepare all of our menu items from scratch and in-house to reduce on-site packaging, transport and waste materials.

  • We use exclusively fair trade coffee & chocolate  

  • We separating and recycle all waste as possible.

  • Being aware and continually assessing the environmental impact of our operations.

  • Aiming to include environmental and ethical considerations in investment decisions where we can.

  • Actively training employees in good environmental practice.

  • We have installed filter & carbonation water system to eliminate packing and food-miles for still & sparkling water.

  • We use a

    sodastream

    unit do avoid purchasing and wasting hi-carbonated soda for cocktails.

  • We have completely phased out plastic straws to use stainless steel when requested.

  • We request packaged beer & cider in recyclable cans whenever we can over glass bottles.

  • We provide secure storage for staff bicycles to encourage cycling to and from work.

  • We have stopped using egg-whites in cocktails, moving to the miracle of ‘aquafaba’ (organic chickpea brine) as a vegan egg-white substitute

  • We handle all of our laundry in-house to utilise chemical free detergents.

  • We are phasing out paper napkins to use only house laundered linen.

  • We moved our energy supply to a 100% renewable power company.

  • Our menu only utilises produce when in season locally to avoid long haul transport.

  • We operate a paperless office, using automation and online bookings.

Giving a little back.

  • Our toilet paper is supplied by ‘Who gives a crap’ an Australian company proving recycled toilet paper while donating 50% of profits to provide sanitation in developing countries.

  • We partner with Ozharvest on the ‘dollar-diner’ program to facilitate donations and provide brand visibility.
  • Our bread supplier is ‘The Bread & Butter Project‘ a social enterprise that provides training and employment opportunities to communities in need, presently focusing on refugees and asylum seekers.