6 of London’s best organic eateries
The age old question, “So where are we going to eat?” Fear not. We are here to give you London’s organic food hotspots for all different styles of eating. Whether you want something casual and quick from the market or a great brunch spot, we’re here to help you find somewhere.
Partnered with Riverford Farm in Devon, The Duke of Cambridge is Britain’s first organic pub. Boasting a seasonal menu, expect delicately crafted dishes, tempting desserts and an impressive range of Bath organic cheeses
Your one-stop-shop for organic, locally- sourced goodness, with niche speciality ingredients including vegan cheese and gluten-free flour. Also in stock: sustainable cleaning and beauty products and a café that’s perfect for post-stroll coffee
Keen to make the journey from plant to plate as interference-free as possible, Farmacy is a true haven for the sugar-shunning and organic-loving. Feast on chocolate chip waffles and artichoke pizzeta, and take lots of pictures of the chic decor and foliage.
From humble beginnings in 2007 at Oval Farmers’ Market, to hosting regular spots and delivering throughout London, Cakehole has always been community-focussed. We love the filled doughnuts: the home-made, thick raspberry jam just shade it for us.
Perched opposite the Thames, The Retreat feed your mind, body and soul with the organic fruit and veg. Using only UK-based stockists, enjoy a hearty cinnamon and banana pancake stack, or pop in for a mid-week soba noodle bowl
With just six pizzas, Manifesto offer quality over quantity. Using fresh, largely organic ingredients, expect unique flavours like ham mousse and black vegetable carbon dough. Order online and enjoy a slice of goodness from the comfort of your sofa