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The Best Raw Food Venues In London

The Best Raw Food Venues In London

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Updated: 28 December 2016
Raw food – does the phrase leave you reaching for an extra large serving of chips? Resist the temptation and instead treat yourself to a filling meal at one of London’s top venues serving raw food. This misunderstood cuisine that foregoes traditional ovens for low temperature dehydrators, is not only a guilt free taste sensation, it also provides diners with the chance to sample some of the city’s most adventurous food on offer.
View of Wild Food Café © Patrice78500/WikiCommons
View of Wild Food Café © Patrice78500/WikiCommons

Wild Food Café

One of London’s best known venues serving raw food, Wild Food Café is a popular haunt among both raw foodies and those looking for those looking for a bite of something different. Tucked just off Covent Garden, the quirky Wild Food Café offers kaleidoscopic views of Neal’s Yard and a raw-centric menu sourced from independent suppliers and organic producers. The wild falafel, which is served alongside a hearty dollop of sprouted chickpea hummus, is one of the best raw interpretations of this dish that you’ll ever taste. Just be sure to leave some room for dessert; the superfood-packed raw chocolate and berry tart makes a sumptuous end to any meal.

Wild Food Café, 1st Floor, 14 Neal’s Yard, Covent Garden, London, UK, +44 (0) 207 419 2014



Another great place to put to rest any assumptions that eating raw means sacrificing flavour, the food at NAMA tastes as good as it looks – the vibrant fermented blueberry cheesecake in particular, is just asking to be instagrammed. Arriving at your table atop stylish slate slabs, NAMA’s sophisticated dishes are not only suitable for raw foodies, as the entire menu is 100 percent vegan and they also dehydrate up some fabulous dishes for those avoiding gluten. The kohlrabi ‘rice’ sushi platter is a winner if it’s your first time eating at NAMA, especially when washed down with a cold pressed juice or smoothie.

NAMA, 110 Talbot Road, London, UK, +44 (0) 207 313 4638


inSpiral’s Raw Food Display | © The Nourishing Collective
inSpiral’s Raw Food Display | © The Nourishing Collective

inSpiral Lounge

Finishing a day touring Camden market, or looking to fill your belly while keeping Camden Lock in view? Offering both hot and raw options, inSpiral Lounge is ideal for those not yet fully committed to the raw dining experience. Enjoy a cooked veggie burger deluxe followed by a slice of raw tiramisu, or go all out and order the raw curry atop a bed of parsnip ‘rice’. If you need some courage before placing your order make sure to check out inSpiral Lounge’s impressive assortment of 100 percent organic and vegan cocktails – or choose a mocktail if you don’t feel like something alcoholic.

Tanya's Café Restaurant Bar Courtesy of Tanya's Café
Tanya’s Café Restaurant Bar Courtesy of Tanya’s Café

Tanya’s Café

Tanya is all about nourishing her customers’ bodies with her plant-based recipes, as well as tantalising taste buds. Located a short walk from South Kensington station, the mouth watering creations available at Tanya’s Cafe are all ethically sourced, organic, and free from refined sugar and gluten. With a charming garden area, Tanya’s Cafe is the perfect place to enjoy a sunny brunch of rawtella un-toast or chia porridge. A huge selection of organic wine is additionally available if you drop by later in the day for a look at the equally tempting lunch and dinner menus.

Whole Foods Market in Richmond © Jared Preston/WikiCommons
Whole Foods Market in Richmond © Jared Preston/WikiCommons

Kitchens Across London

If you really want to get to grips with raw food, one of the tastiest and most fun ways to do so is by making it at home. Stop off at one of London’s various Whole Foods Markets to gather your ingredients, then come back home, roll up your sleeves and try out one of the fail-proof recipes available at Raw Food Recipes. Why not impress your friends with an array of peppermint oreos dipped in dark chocolate? Melting in the mouth, these chocolaty treats will beat the chemical filled snacks on display at the supermarket and you don’t need any fancy equipment to make them.