People all over the world are now opting to eat organically, they have found that is not just good for the environment but also the produce tastes so much better. Restaurants have had to cope with the demand from this new breed of customer who are demanding that the meals are only made of organically produced ingredients. In London, diners are somewhat spoiled by having a wide variety of eateries that specialize in serving organic food and here are five of the best.
Wild Food Cafe
Located in trendy Covent Garden this restaurant specializes in vegan and organic food. The Wild Food Cafe looks the part being situated in an old warehouse with plenty of exposed brickwork. The chef at this popular restaurant in Neal’s Yard is proud that his team create fresh, natural, and nutritious dishes that excite diners with great flavors.
This combined retail outlet and cafe offers diners the opportunity to take the fantastic produce home with them and so they can recreate the fabulous fayre on offer. Situated in Marylebone local residents can take advantage of the great farm shop selling fresh produce grown in the Cotswolds. The menu is fairly limited but offers some excellent creations.
Heading across London to King’s Cross you can find the impressive organic Japanese restaurant of Itadaki Zen. For centuries Asian cuisine has embraced organic food and has developed fantastic dishes to highlight the best produce. The creators of this radical restaurant firmly believe that food is either medicine or poison, so they have set about creating healthy organic dishes based around ingredients such as, seaweed, soya beans, and root vegetables.
The Duke of Cambridge
Even the old institutionally familiar British pub is getting on the organic food bandwagon. Situated in bohemian Islington is the glorious Duke of Cambridge that is challenging all the old traditions of pub grub. This trendy pub has been operating since 1998 and has the distinction of being Britain’s first organic gastro-pub.
Owned by Riverford Organic Farms this popular pub creates some fantastic dishes that are a twist on traditional pub favorites. But, of course, taste far better than fast food bunged into a microwave.
Notting Hill has always been different to the rest of London for many reasons. And it is no surprise that an adventurous project such as Nama has decided to be located in this very off-beat area of London. The cuisine is based around raw plants which is totally unprocessed and free of any dairy.
Only serious vegetarians should venture to this restaurant, but if you do decide to go expect the unexpected in terms what is presented to you to eat. All the dishes are nutrient-rich and together with a really friendly atmosphere provides a very pleasant dining experience. When visiting London try one of these exciting vegetarian and organic options, you never know it may persuade you to search for the many other organic restaurants that are located in the UK’s capital.