Review; Wild Food Cafe

Last week I finally got the chance to visit a café that has been at the top of my wishlist ever since I developed an interest in health and well-being – The Wild Food Café in Neal’s Yard, London.

If you have never been to Neal’s Yard, I urge you to go and explore this magical place. The courtyard is full of quirky buildings painted a rainbow of colours, and the amount of greenery really makes it hard to believe you are still in London!

The café itself was smaller than I expected, but the atmosphere was electric! Despite being way past lunch time (3pm) it was still so busy. I was lucky enough to get a seat next to one of the big windows looking out onto the courtyard.

Every detail of the café has been well thought out – from the large open kitchen to the beautiful Himalayan salt crystal lamps on each table.

It took me far too long to decide on what to order (everything sounded so delicious), but I eventually chose the Raw Ginger and Rhubarb Slice. Have a look at the menu yourself here.

All I can say is wow. The slice was so creamy with the perfect combination of fresh rhubarb and spiced ginger. It was so indulgent that I still can’t believe that it’s entirely raw! And as for the food presentation? I hope my photo does it justice!

Overall, I really cannot recommend the Wild Food Café enough and I will definitely be returning to try out more of their delicious menu! Click here to visit their website.


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