Fresh & Wild Food
A month ago hubby and I had the day off so we ventured down to Covent Garden for a mooch around, it was a gorgeous hot sunny autumns day. I just love the buzz you get down there, we decided on going to the Wild Food Cafe for a spot of lunch, now this was my second time coming here and I fell in love with it the first time I came, so just had to go back and let hubby share in the wonderful favours Wild Food cafe have to offer.
Wild Food Cafe is here to promote aliveness & embody the world in which plant-passionate, nutrient-packed food prepared & served with devotion & love is not only possible - it is necessary! (that's living foods, wholefoods, vegan and vegetarian in the mainstream parlour!)
This place is always heaving with people, we managed to find a seat and received a menu, on my last visit I had the Superfood Salad which was out of this world, the food is beautifully presented, with gorgeous colours and prepared in its open plan kitchen.
|Organic Ayurvedic Super Salad|
So It was a tossup between the wild burger and the wild pizza special. I went for the latter The Wild Pizza – raw, dairy-free young coconut cheese, wild sea purslane & basil pesto, raw cultured tomato & gojoi berry marinara. Turkish olives, artichoke hearts, avocado (£12.50) and I was glad I did because it was simply amazing I could have eaten another plate, one slice just wasn’t enough.
|Wild Pizza Special|
Hubby had the wild burger – scrumptious shiitake, raw olive & dulse burger with in-house cultured Wild Sauce, tomatillo salsa verde, caramelised onions, baba ganoush & crispy gen lettuce in a wholemeal sprouted organic wheat bread (£12.00), he thoroughly enjoyed it along with his fresh juice.
The atmosphere at the Wild Food Cafe is amazing too, such a nice buzzy feeling; we ended up speaking to two ladies opposite us as we admired each other’s desserts. They were eating a raw chocolate mousse which looked so rich and naughty.
Hubby had a raw lemon cheesecake and I had a Raw Chocolate & Berry Tart.
|Raw Chocolate & Berry Tart|
The food is simply delicious, packed with nutrients and natural healthy goodness, you can't fault it, wish there was a raw food joint in my town in East London. I can not recommend this place enough - you will love it even if you are not a vegan / vegetarian, so if you're ever in Covent Garden I highly recommend visiting this qwent & unique little cafe in Neal’s Yard, serving raw plant-based cuisine which is vegetarian, vegan, gluten & soya free, you will not be disappointed.
You can connect with Wild Food Cafe on Facebook & Twitter or why not visit the website for the latest raw food courses and events.
1st Floor 14 Neal's Yard