Friday, 7 November 2014

Wild Food Cafe – Raw Vegan / Vegetarian Cuisine || Places To Eat

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.

Wild Burger
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.

Lemon Cheesecake

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
Covert Garden


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