REVIEW: WILD FOOD CAFE

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raw-centric, vegan cafe might not be at the top of everyone’s list for dinner, but boy do Wild Food Cafe do a damn good job at convincing. Tucked away in Neal’s Yard, they are all about the wild, fresh and colourful ingredients. Cooking up a storm in their open-plan kitchen, Wild Food Cafe creates plant-based dishes that will transform even the meat eating men in the room.

From the chunky dill hummus to the raw squash and coconut curry with air-dried banana-shallot bhaji, each dish was creative, packed with flavour and all completely vegan. But the real stand out dishes for us came in the shape of dessert – we went for the silky smooth Thai coconut banoffee pie and the rich chocolate tart with smokey activated almonds and date caramel sauce.  And being raw and vegan, it’s totally healthy, right?

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With daily changing specials and drinks menu longer than your arm, it’s a healthy hangout that will make you eat good and feel good, herbivore or not.

1st Floor, 14 Neal’s Yard, Covent Garden WC2H 9DP
www.wildfoodcafe.com