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The Wild Food Café team said their main focus is to enlighten people about the fact that plant-based foods can be healthy and tasty at the same time.
Whether it’s for their coffee or one of their raw/vegan food options, the Wild Food Cafe tops our list of incredible, environmentally-friendly eateries in the UK.
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With ingredients sourced from local independent suppliers, organic producers as well as wild-foraged foods, and all dishes prepared on site, you can definitely trust exactly what you are eating. But most of all we love this café because you can sense that the staff, the chefs and everyone else eating alongside you just loves it too.26.11.2019 READ IN FULL
Located in the colorful and vibrant Neal’s Yard in Covent Garden is the plant-based restaurant Wild Food Cafe. Though small, the menu is always changing and packed with colorful and playful dishes inspired by places all over the world.15.11.2019 READ IN FULL
“Giving myself time, care, and attention in the morning has been crucial to significantly reducing my stress levels and consistently increasing my capacity to perform, have clarity, and take action.” -Aiste Gazdar15.11.2019 READ IN FULL
The original outpost of this London classic is in Covent Garden’s Neal’s Yard, and now there’s a shiny new larger restaurant in north London. Food includes the mouth-watering Bombay Beach Burger with an Indian spiced patty, as well as their smoky BBQ Jackfruit Sandwich with slaw and kale chips.
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Healthy eatery Wild Food Café is concerned not only with the health of their customers but the health of the planet. Being a vegan, organic, raw-food pioneer, the ethos of being environmentally friendly is the heart and soul of the company. They serve organic products, use eco-friendly packaging and biodegradable cups, and with each bill 99p is added to enable the planting of a fruit tree in the developing world.13.11.2019 READ IN FULL
The restaurant’s aim is to maintain as much natural goodness in ingredients as possible, with all dishes on the seasonal menu created to nourish both the body and mind, using innovative techniques to create delicious, creative and healthy food.13.11.2019 READ IN FULL
Founded by Joel and Aiste Gazdar, the original location for popular vegan eatery Wild Food Cafe overlooks the pretty Neal’s Yard in Covent Garden. They recently opened a second location in the equally desirable spot of Islington: a slightly bigger venue, with more space to expand the menu, which is fully plant-based, raw, vegan and nutritious. But this certainly doesn’t mean the food lacks flavour – dishes are bright, colourful and creative.13.11.2019 READ IN FULL
Their ethos is centered around well–being and focused on locally–sourced, freshly–foraged wild and artisanal ingredients, slow raw–food processes, and a commitment to organic, heirloom produce. So, naturally, all items on the menu are freshly prepared daily.13.11.2019 READ IN FULL
Each plate can only be described, as a masterpiece in its own right. Every dish as different in structure, flavour and finish as a row of artworks in a gallery. In my opinion, there is nowhere in London quite like it. It’s the main reason I keep coming back. The menu combines both the healing nature of food with the taste and presentation of a Michelin star restaurant.04.05.2019 READ IN FULL
And if you think you don’t like kale chips, wait until you try these ones – we don’t know what magic dust the kitchen sprinkled on them but they were GOOD. The desserts, both the doughnut special (which on our visit came with a salted caramel topping) and the raw chocolate tart, were probably the most impressive in that they felt extremely indulgent even though they were vegan.04.05.2019 READ IN FULL
Highlights during an early visit here included soft griddled scoops of oyster mushroom given a seaside tang with seaweed tartare and artfully placed salty wild sea purslane, and a weekend-only, subtly spiced dhosa for self-assembly. A star spot for all-day grazing.04.05.2019 READ IN FULL