Go Wild

Wild Food Café – centered around fun, wellbeing & living-food  –  opened its doors to the public for the first time on Wednesday 26th October.

Based in eclectic Neal’s Yard, Covent Garden, the café is bright, sun drenched and cozy. Customers chill out at one of the communal tables or bar and gaze out over the busy courtyard of Neal’s Yard below while waiting for their food to be prepared in the open plan kitchen. 

Joel Gazdar & Aiste Lei together with a culinary team made up of Enzo Di Marino, Jivan Mukta and Dor Wand have put this entire concept together using their knowledge of raw food and nutrition. Their food is about making it simple while keeping it fresh, wild and innovative. The menu consists of raw and cooked soups of the day, chef’s specials, in-house sourdough or raw-bread sandwiches with raw, naturally-cultured fillings and dips, mouth-watering salads, superfood smoothies, juices, desserts and snacks: key ingredients will include young coconut flesh, unpasteurised dairy products and fresh produce from biodynamic farms .

Wild food Café provides a gallery space for multi-media artists; a platform for different WorldWide Wellbeing workshops ranging from practical raw-centric wellbeing nutrition, sourdough & cultured foods to leading edge topics around deep & conscious living; and most importantly, a high-vibe happy oasis in the centre of London to relax, replenish, meet new people and share ideas.

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Categories: Eating out, PR & Marketing

Author:newinfood

Food PR and consultant

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