Wild vegan and gluten free!

Today I am very happy to tell you about Wild Food Café: a plant-basedvegan, gluten free, organic restaurant that I deeply enjoyed during my last stay in London.

Located in the picturesque Niel’s Yard in Covent Garden, Wild Food Café proposes a daily celebration of healthy, vibrant, colorful food via fantastic gourmet dishes that change according to the seasons; most of the ingredients are locally supplied and recipes are inspired by travels and experiences made all over the world.

Their objective is to nourish our body and mind wholly and fully, by having a thorough food experience via our eyes, smell and taste!

At Wild Food Café they don’t use refined sugar, gluten or extremely over-processed foods such as wheat, peanuts and soy. Some dishes are raw or cooked at low temperatures to preserve a maximum of precious nutrients.

The restaurant is friendly and laid-back: I immediately loved the big warm, wooden tables where you can sit and share your sit with other customers.

As main course, I opted fort the Queen of the Forest: one of the most delicious dishes that I ever tasted! It came with coconut-seared plantain, romanesco, black rice, amaranth, cacao nibs, brazil nuts and camu-camu.

Camu-camu is an Amazonian berry harvested from forest-based ecosystems in Peru and Brazil, packed with more natural vitamin C than any other food source recorded on the planet, in addition to an abundance of other phytonutrients.

So warmy, conforting and good!

After I went for dessert: I have to confess that I have been completely mesmerized by their incredibly mouth-watering photos on Instagram that they display everyday.

I chose the sweet potato brownie with a vanilla ice cream made of coconut: beautifully presented, it was the best sweet potato brownie of my life! And the consistency of the ice cream, perfect!

Juices, smoothies and lattes made with natural super foods are another specialties here: I tasted the Christmas tree Smoothie with Douglas fir, spruce, scot’s pine needles, pine nuts, pine pollen, apple, spirulina, and cinnamon.

Needless to say that these guys know how to make a perfect vegan smoothie!

I had an incredible time at Wild Food Café, the place is cosy and the staff is super nice: they told me that they try to do their best to put positive energy into the food they make everyday and even though it can be tough sometimes as we all have days more cloudy and others more shiny, well, positive vibes show and made their way to me… Bravo!

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Wild Food Café

1st Floor, 14 Neal’s Yard,
Covent Garden, WC2H 9DP London


Opening hours

Tues – Thu 11.30-8pm
Fri-Sat 11.30-9pm
Sun 11.30-6pm
Closed on Monday






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