Wild Food Cafe - a new health-conscious eatery - has opened its doors in Neal's Yard, Covent Garden. Customers can sit at the bar or communal tables and tuck into raw and cooked soups, sourdough or raw bread sandwiches, salads, superfood smoothies and daily specials. Prices are reasonable and the menu offers a mix of raw, dairy-free and vegetarian options.
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Thursday, December 15, 2011 - On the raw side we tried the Thai Tiger veggie noodle soup, which of course contained no actual noodles but had a tasty combination of super-fine strips of cucumber, peppers, spring onion and avocado in a coconut broth and arrived at a baby-bear, ready-to-eat temperature; a 'Squash-a-potamus' sandwich, for which the two sunfood slices did little to hold in its squash and hemp raw houmus, which insisted on slopping onto the plate with each mouthful; and a sadly over-salted and bitterly dressed Crispy Seasonal Salad of foraged greens.
Thursday, November 10, 2011 - We opted for a raw 'Thai curry'. This red curry was rich in coconut milk and dotted with kernels of crunchy sweetcorn, dice of red pepper and slivers of banana. Though served at room temperature, it tasted remarkably like a 'real' Thai curry, slightly spicy with good depth of flavour...Sandwiches are either made with 'raw bread' or toasted sourdough (for non-raw diners), and come with intriguing toppings such as raw pistachio falafel or raw squash and hemp houmous. Cheese in the vegetarian sandwiches comes from the nearby Neal's Yard Dairy, while raw coconut and almond 'cheeze' is made on the premises.
Wild Food Cafe is going to soon be an icon in the raw food vegetarian kitchen. Colourful and vibrant enviroment and amazing service, great location. And the food is just beyond. Thank you so much for creating such an amazing space.
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Food 10 | Service 10 | Atmosphere 10 | Value for money 10
Friday, October 28, 2011
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