- Publish Date
- Thursday, 14 September 2017, 10:46AM
It turns out Prince George's school doesn't serve your standard canteen food.
In fact, the lunch menu at Thomas’s Battersea would put most restaurant dishes to shame!
Yep, you can forget pies, sausage rolls and sandwiches.
The school's menu - which runs in a three-week cycle - sounds like it has come straight out of a Michelin-starred restaurant.
The catering team at Thomas's Battersea develop a range of dishes "with an emphasis on healthy cooking, full flavour and presentation," according to the school's website.
The daily menu for the little royal includes a midmorning snack, a starter of fresh soup and bread, a main course with sides, and of course a dessert.
The mid-morning snack consists of a piece of fruit, organic milk or water and freshly baked fruit bread.
Main course options include lamb ragout with garlic and fresh herbs, salmon fillet with salsa verde, Mediterranean couscous, and three-bean ratatouille. Followed by Portuguese egg custard tarts for dessert.
Plus, there's a fresh salad bar every day.
The menu changes with the season, offering lighter lunches in the warmer months and heartier meals in the colder months.
Talk about super posh!