I have friends in the UK - they're near Bristol in Weston Super-Mare.
They sound like they do OK.
But this hospital was great for food since it was a stand-alone psychiatric facility & they didn't have people there with a lot of dietary restrictions.
They'd have fried chicken, country fried steak with gravy, Philly cheese steaks, all kinds of good stuff.
Of course, every meal wasn't a winner and they did have salads and other healthier things mixed in, but it was more like what we eat at home.
The other hospital is part of a regular hospital, so most of them got the "regular" meals that didn't have a dietary restriction, but it was bland food for the most part with little seasoning, and my son likes his food with lots of seasoning on it - especially spicy seasonings.
It's not unusual for him to use Frank's Red Hot (that's hot sauce) as salad dressing. In the other hospital, as long as he could go to the cafeteria, they had little packs of Texas Pete (another hot sauce) he could put on anything he wanted.
By coincidence, we were just talking about it & he said he'd rather go to the stand-alone facility no matter what just because the food is good & he'd get to go outside & smoke 3X a day.