Cafes and restuarants
42° Raw, defies all expectations by stripping its post-exhibition treats down to the raw. A sign reading ‘cooking is so last year’ at the entrance sets the tone. The dish names may sound familiar – Thai noodles, lasagne, avocado sandwich – but the reality defies expectations. The ‘Thai noodles’ turned out to be raw carrot and courgette ribbons in a coconut curry sauce, while the sandwich ‘bread’ was not baked, but made out of cold-pressed seeds.
With the weight of the body supported students learn how to achieve proper postural alignment through relaxation rather than effort. Producing a peaceful state of mind & a wonderful feeling of lightness in the body
Amico Bio opened in 2010 and is the brainchild of Pasquale Amico.
London’s original vegetarian-organic-Italian restaurant, boasting an intimate, rustic dining area that doesn’t compromise on character and atmosphere, Amico Bio stands as one of the city’s more vivid, singular and innovative eateries.
Established 1986, Andrew Edmunds is considered one of the last bastions of ‘old Soho’. This 18thc. town house has, for almost thirty years, attracted many loyal customers. A relaxed atmosphere, seasonal menu and famous but reasonably priced wine list have ensured our enduring popularity.
The Anglesea Arms is found on Selwood Terrace in South Kensington, where Charles Dickens once resided at no. 11. The site was originally a market garden and nursery dating back to 1712. A beautiful traditional pub that feels older than it looks with warranted reputation for its excellent food and drink offering…
There is a large terrace out the front of the pub, and a few tables down the side of the pub, where you can eat from both menus and enjoy the sun (if there is any).
Basak Pastenesi in Stoke Newington may be the only bakery in London where you can see your durum bread being rolled out and baked, and Cheese in Muswell Hill does what it says on the sign, offering a mouth-watering array of white camembert and blue-veined Stilton.
This unpretentious cafe doesn’t appear to have changed since the 1970s so the woven rattan lampshades might be pleasantly nostalgic for some customers.
There aren’t many worker’s cafe that don’t have the radio playing all day, so Blandfords is a rare find. They serve sandwiches tea and cold drinks to take away, but can also cook up traditional English fare such as bangers and mash, toad in the hole and beans on toast.
The Bonnington Café is a co-operatively run vegetarian and vegan restaurant in the Bonnington Square Community Centre in the heart of Vauxhall.One of South London’s best-kept secrets tucked amidst the beautiful community gardens of the square,the Café has been open since the early 80’s when it was started as a squat Café to provide a good cheap meal for the community.
Bumpkin is your local Great British Brasserie, a home from home serving delicious British dishes, made with locally-sourced, seasonal ingredients. Bumpkin is your perfect neighbourhood retreat and we look forward to serving you the best in British food soon.
Renowned for being one of the best contemporary art centres in London, this is also a great place to have afternoon tea.
In warmer weather you can sit outside in the garden with a cup of fresh mint tea and home-made cake.