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Clerkenwell Kitchen, The
Islington, London, England
A café and catering company committed to sourcing organic, local, seasonal and fairly traded produce, ethically reared meats and sustainable fish...
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Daylesford Farmshop & Café - Notting Hill
Kensington and Chelsea, London, England
Our farmshop and café on Westbourne Grove is located at the heart of the Notting Hill community. The first thing you'll notice is the fresh, seasonal produce delivered daily from our farms market garden...
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Daylesford Farmshop & Café - Pimlico
City of Westminster, London, England
Our first farmshop in London most striking feature is it's tradtional counters and shelves made from marble - a naturally cooling, long lasting material. Here you will find all our fresh seasonal produce, raised and grow on our farm...
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The Duke of Cambridge
Islington, London, England
The Duke of Cambridge, the only Soil Association certified organic pub in the UK, opened in December 1998. It has received huge critical acclaim for its stunning food, drink and original concept with enormous press coverage and many awards, including Evening Standard, Time Out and Observer Food Monthly Magazine...
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Happy Kitchen
London, England
Bursting with beautiful and varied, handmade organic foods, Happy Kitchen is a feast for the senses...
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Le Pain Quotidien
London, England
Whenever possible, Le Pain Quotidien sources organic ingredients. The approach is about finding the very best, in a way that is good for all of us as well as the planet. This philosophy influences every part of the way LPQ does business, from the food served to the design of the stores and the materials used...
London Locations:
Le Pain Quotidien - Borough
Le Pain Quotidien - Canary Wharf
Le Pain Quotidien - Chelsea
Le Pain Quotidien - Chiswick
Le Pain Quotidien - Covent Garden
Le Pain Quotidien - Exhibition Road
Le Pain Quotidien - Hampstead
Le Pain Quotidien - Highgate
Le Pain Quotidien - Holborn
Le Pain Quotidien - Kendal Street
Le Pain Quotidien - Kensington
Le Pain Quotidien - Marylebone
Le Pain Quotidien - North Audley Street
Le Pain Quotidien - Notting Hill
Le Pain Quotidien - Oxford Circus
Le Pain Quotidien - Parsons Green
Le Pain Quotidien - Royal Festival Hall
Le Pain Quotidien - Soho
Le Pain Quotidien - St Pancras
Le Pain Quotidien - St Paul’s
Le Pain Quotidien - Tottenham Court Road
Le Pain Quotidien - Victoria
Le Pain Quotidien - Westfield London
Le Pain Quotidien - Wimbledon

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Queen’s Wood Café
Haringey, London, England
Queen’s Wood Café is a community café tucked away amidst the peace and tranquility of north London’s legendary Queen’s Wood, 2 miles from central London. We offer a selection of delicious, organic, seasonal food and drink with plenty of vegetarian options, in a child-and dog-friendly environment...
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Story Deli
Tower Hamlets, London, England
Pizza made with 100 per cent certified organically grown ingredients...
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Duke of Cambridge

Description

The Duke of Cambridge, the only Soil Association certified organic pub in the UK, opened in December 1998. It has received huge critical acclaim for its stunning food, drink and original concept with enormous press coverage and many awards, including Evening Standard, Time Out and Observer Food Monthly Magazine.

A pioneer in sustainable eating out, The Duke stretched beyond being 100% organic; sustainability of the produce, from British seasonality and locality to the first Marine Conservation Society approved fish purchasing policy in the UK. Every aspect of environmental impact is monitored from food waste being composted, the green electricity tariff to the soap in the loos being local and organic. The pub is furnished with recycled tables and chairs from the 1940's and has used reclaimed and sustainable materials in its refurbishment wherever possible. The Duke continues to receive outstanding critical acclaim from press and customers alike while still being a leader in green dinning.

Children are welcomed and kids can order off the menu in smaller portions.

Contact

Tel: +44 (0) 20 7359 3066
Email: duke@dukeorganic.co.uk
Web: www.dukeorganic.co.uk

Location

30 St Peters Street, Islington,
London N1 8JT
United Kingdom

Key Words

organic, pub, restaurant, eating, food & drink, dining

Memberships & Accreditations

Soil Association

Creation Date: 
Tuesday, 13 November, 2012 - 20:13

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Happy Kitchen

Description

Happy Kitchen now has a beautiful Canteen for all to visit. Our Happy Kitchen Canteen, Bakery & Pantry was opened in summer 2011. It has been a dream of Lisa & Ellie`s for many years to create a space that is as welcoming as home, in which they can share their passion for food, nutrition and the environment, with everyone else too.

Bursting with beautiful and varied, handmade organic foods, it is a feast for the senses. Our food is freshly made daily, by our wonderful chefs, using an array of brightly coloured, organic vegetables and other highly nutritious ingredients. We wouldn’t serve anything we wouldn’t be excited to eat ourselves (and we are a super picky bunch!). We offer breakfasts, lunches, & plenty of cakes and sweet treats, with pancake brunch offering on weekends too! (All products Gluten free, sugar free and made entirely from plants!) We only offer the best drinks; St. Ali coffee, a fabulous range of teas, and freshly made organic smoothies and milkshakes.

The wholefoods used in our delicious menu are available to buy, pre-packaged or loose. We also are pick up point for a local Veggie Box supplier (growingcommunities.org). Our Happy Kitchen Brownies are available to buy at many stores across London too!

Contact

Tel: +44 (0) 20 8986 8283
Email: peekaboo@happykitchen.org.uk
Web: www.happykitchen.org.uk

Location

393 Mentmore Terrace, London Fields,
London E8 3PH
United Kingdom

Key Words

Gluten free, organic, vegan, cakes, bakery, cafe, coffee, coffee shop, sugar free, child friendly

Creation Date: 
Tuesday, 17 January, 2012 - 02:24

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Le Pain Quotidien - Borough

Description

Whenever possible, Le Pain Quotidien sources organic ingredients. The approach is about finding the very best, in a way that is good for all of us as well as the planet.

This philosophy influences every part of the way LPQ does business, from the food served to the design of the stores and the materials used. LPQ uses reclaimed wood and recycled gypsum in construction, energy-efficient lamps, and environmentally friendly cleaning supplies and packaging.

LPQ’s bread is made today exactly as it was in the beginning: with only organic stone-ground flour, salt, and water, kneaded and shaped by hand and baked in a hearth under the watchful eye of artisan bakers.

Each location has a communal table where friends and strangers alike come together to break bread and linger for a while. Like all of LPQ’s furniture, the communal table is made from reclaimed wood.

Contact

Tel: +44 (0) 20 3657 6927
Email: borough@lepainquotidien.co.uk
Web: www.lepainquotidien.co.uk

Location

15 Winchester Walk, Blows Yard,
London SE1 9AG
United Kingdom

Key Words

organic, bread, bakery, communal table, larder, fresh, coffee, pantry, jam, tea

Creation Date: 
Wednesday, 28 August, 2013 - 11:11
Last Updated: 
Wednesday, 28 August, 2013 - 11:11

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Le Pain Quotidien - Canary Wharf

Description

Whenever possible, Le Pain Quotidien sources organic ingredients. The approach is about finding the very best, in a way that is good for all of us as well as the planet.

This philosophy influences every part of the way LPQ does business, from the food served to the design of the stores and the materials used. LPQ uses reclaimed wood and recycled gypsum in construction, energy-efficient lamps, and environmentally friendly cleaning supplies and packaging.

LPQ’s bread is made today exactly as it was in the beginning: with only organic stone-ground flour, salt, and water, kneaded and shaped by hand and baked in a hearth under the watchful eye of artisan bakers.

Each location has a communal table where friends and strangers alike come together to break bread and linger for a while. Like all of LPQ’s furniture, the communal table is made from reclaimed wood.

Contact

Tel: +44 (0) 20 3617 6631
Email: canarywharf@lepainquotidien.co.uk
Web: www.lepainquotidien.co.uk

Location

Unit 84 Level B4, Jubilee Place, Canary Wharf,
London E14 5NY
United Kingdom

Key Words

organic, bread, bakery, communal table, larder, fresh, coffee, pantry, jam, tea

Creation Date: 
Tuesday, 30 September, 2014 - 10:01
Last Updated: 
Tuesday, 30 September, 2014 - 10:01

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Le Pain Quotidien - Chelsea

Description

Whenever possible, Le Pain Quotidien sources organic ingredients. The approach is about finding the very best, in a way that is good for all of us as well as the planet.

This philosophy influences every part of the way LPQ does business, from the food served to the design of the stores and the materials used. LPQ uses reclaimed wood and recycled gypsum in construction, energy-efficient lamps, and environmentally friendly cleaning supplies and packaging.

LPQ’s bread is made today exactly as it was in the beginning: with only organic stone-ground flour, salt, and water, kneaded and shaped by hand and baked in a hearth under the watchful eye of artisan bakers.

Each location has a communal table where friends and strangers alike come together to break bread and linger for a while. Like all of LPQ’s furniture, the communal table is made from reclaimed wood.

Contact

Tel: +44 (0) 20 3657 6941
Email: kingsroad@lepainquotidien.co.uk
Web: www.lepainquotidien.co.uk

Location

201-203 Kings Road,
London SW3 5ED
United Kingdom

Key Words

organic, bread, bakery, communal table, larder, fresh, coffee, pantry, jam, tea

Creation Date: 
Wednesday, 28 August, 2013 - 11:22
Last Updated: 
Wednesday, 28 August, 2013 - 11:22

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Le Pain Quotidien - Chiswick

Description

Whenever possible, Le Pain Quotidien sources organic ingredients. The approach is about finding the very best, in a way that is good for all of us as well as the planet.

This philosophy influences every part of the way LPQ does business, from the food served to the design of the stores and the materials used. LPQ uses reclaimed wood and recycled gypsum in construction, energy-efficient lamps, and environmentally friendly cleaning supplies and packaging.

LPQ’s bread is made today exactly as it was in the beginning: with only organic stone-ground flour, salt, and water, kneaded and shaped by hand and baked in a hearth under the watchful eye of artisan bakers.

Each location has a communal table where friends and strangers alike come together to break bread and linger for a while. Like all of LPQ’s furniture, the communal table is made from reclaimed wood.

Contact

Tel: +44 (0) 20 3657 6933
Email: chiswick@lepainquotidien.co.uk
Web: www.lepainquotidien.co.uk

Location

214 Chiswick High Road,
London W4 1PD
United Kingdom

Key Words

organic, bread, bakery, communal table, larder, fresh, coffee, pantry, jam, tea

Creation Date: 
Wednesday, 28 August, 2013 - 11:24
Last Updated: 
Wednesday, 28 August, 2013 - 11:24

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Le Pain Quotidien - Covent Garden

Description

Whenever possible, Le Pain Quotidien sources organic ingredients. The approach is about finding the very best, in a way that is good for all of us as well as the planet.

This philosophy influences every part of the way LPQ does business, from the food served to the design of the stores and the materials used. LPQ uses reclaimed wood and recycled gypsum in construction, energy-efficient lamps, and environmentally friendly cleaning supplies and packaging.

LPQ’s bread is made today exactly as it was in the beginning: with only organic stone-ground flour, salt, and water, kneaded and shaped by hand and baked in a hearth under the watchful eye of artisan bakers.

Each location has a communal table where friends and strangers alike come together to break bread and linger for a while. Like all of LPQ’s furniture, the communal table is made from reclaimed wood.

Contact

Tel: +44 (0) 20 3657 6928
Email: coventgarden@lepainquotidien.co.uk
Web: www.lepainquotidien.co.uk

Location

48 & 49 The Market, Covent Garden Piazza,
London WC2E 8RF
United Kingdom

Key Words

organic, bread, bakery, communal table, larder, fresh, coffee, pantry, jam, tea

Creation Date: 
Wednesday, 28 August, 2013 - 11:27
Last Updated: 
Wednesday, 28 August, 2013 - 11:27

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Le Pain Quotidien - Exhibition Road

Description

Whenever possible, Le Pain Quotidien sources organic ingredients. The approach is about finding the very best, in a way that is good for all of us as well as the planet.

This philosophy influences every part of the way LPQ does business, from the food served to the design of the stores and the materials used. LPQ uses reclaimed wood and recycled gypsum in construction, energy-efficient lamps, and environmentally friendly cleaning supplies and packaging.

LPQ’s bread is made today exactly as it was in the beginning: with only organic stone-ground flour, salt, and water, kneaded and shaped by hand and baked in a hearth under the watchful eye of artisan bakers.

Each location has a communal table where friends and strangers alike come together to break bread and linger for a while. Like all of LPQ’s furniture, the communal table is made from reclaimed wood.

Contact

Tel: +44 (0) 20 3657 6940
Email: exhibitionroad@lepainquotidien.co.uk
Web: www.lepainquotidien.co.uk

Location

15-17 Exhibition Road,
London SW7 2HE
United Kingdom

Key Words

organic, bread, bakery, communal table, larder, fresh, coffee, pantry, jam, tea

Creation Date: 
Wednesday, 28 August, 2013 - 11:37
Last Updated: 
Wednesday, 28 August, 2013 - 11:37

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Le Pain Quotidien - Hampstead

Description

Whenever possible, Le Pain Quotidien sources organic ingredients. The approach is about finding the very best, in a way that is good for all of us as well as the planet.

This philosophy influences every part of the way LPQ does business, from the food served to the design of the stores and the materials used. LPQ uses reclaimed wood and recycled gypsum in construction, energy-efficient lamps, and environmentally friendly cleaning supplies and packaging.

LPQ’s bread is made today exactly as it was in the beginning: with only organic stone-ground flour, salt, and water, kneaded and shaped by hand and baked in a hearth under the watchful eye of artisan bakers.

Each location has a communal table where friends and strangers alike come together to break bread and linger for a while. Like all of LPQ’s furniture, the communal table is made from reclaimed wood.

Contact

Tel: +44 (0) 20 3657 6939
Email: hampstead@lepainquotidien.co.uk
Web: www.lepainquotidien.co.uk

Location

1 South End Road, Hampstead Heath,
London NW3 2PT
United Kingdom

Key Words

organic, bread, bakery, communal table, larder, fresh, coffee, pantry, jam, tea

Creation Date: 
Wednesday, 28 August, 2013 - 11:40
Last Updated: 
Wednesday, 28 August, 2013 - 11:40

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Le Pain Quotidien - Highgate

Description

Whenever possible, Le Pain Quotidien sources organic ingredients. The approach is about finding the very best, in a way that is good for all of us as well as the planet.

This philosophy influences every part of the way LPQ does business, from the food served to the design of the stores and the materials used. LPQ uses reclaimed wood and recycled gypsum in construction, energy-efficient lamps, and environmentally friendly cleaning supplies and packaging.

LPQ’s bread is made today exactly as it was in the beginning: with only organic stone-ground flour, salt, and water, kneaded and shaped by hand and baked in a hearth under the watchful eye of artisan bakers.

Each location has a communal table where friends and strangers alike come together to break bread and linger for a while. Like all of LPQ’s furniture, the communal table is made from reclaimed wood.

Contact

Tel: +44 (0) 20 3657 6929
Email: highgate@lepainquotidien.co.uk
Web: www.lepainquotidien.co.uk

Location

86 Highgate High Street,
London N6 5HX
United Kingdom

Key Words

organic, bread, bakery, communal table, larder, fresh, coffee, pantry, jam, tea

Creation Date: 
Tuesday, 3 September, 2013 - 12:28
Last Updated: 
Tuesday, 3 September, 2013 - 12:28

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Le Pain Quotidien - Holborn

Description

Whenever possible, Le Pain Quotidien sources organic ingredients. The approach is about finding the very best, in a way that is good for all of us as well as the planet.

This philosophy influences every part of the way LPQ does business, from the food served to the design of the stores and the materials used. LPQ uses reclaimed wood and recycled gypsum in construction, energy-efficient lamps, and environmentally friendly cleaning supplies and packaging.

LPQ’s bread is made today exactly as it was in the beginning: with only organic stone-ground flour, salt, and water, kneaded and shaped by hand and baked in a hearth under the watchful eye of artisan bakers.

Each location has a communal table where friends and strangers alike come together to break bread and linger for a while. Like all of LPQ’s furniture, the communal table is made from reclaimed wood.

Contact

Tel: +44 (0) 20 3657 6947
Email: aveda@lepainquotidien.co.uk
Web: www.lepainquotidien.co.uk

Location

The Aveda Institute,
174 High Holborn, Covent Garden,
London WC1V 7AA
United Kingdom

Key Words

organic, bread, bakery, communal table, larder, fresh, coffee, pantry, jam, tea

Creation Date: 
Tuesday, 3 September, 2013 - 12:31
Last Updated: 
Tuesday, 3 September, 2013 - 12:31

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Le Pain Quotidien - Kendal Street

Description

Whenever possible, Le Pain Quotidien sources organic ingredients. The approach is about finding the very best, in a way that is good for all of us as well as the planet.

This philosophy influences every part of the way LPQ does business, from the food served to the design of the stores and the materials used. LPQ uses reclaimed wood and recycled gypsum in construction, energy-efficient lamps, and environmentally friendly cleaning supplies and packaging.

LPQ’s bread is made today exactly as it was in the beginning: with only organic stone-ground flour, salt, and water, kneaded and shaped by hand and baked in a hearth under the watchful eye of artisan bakers.

Each location has a communal table where friends and strangers alike come together to break bread and linger for a while. Like all of LPQ’s furniture, the communal table is made from reclaimed wood.

Contact

Tel: +44 (0) 20 3657 6932
Email: kendalst@lepainquotidien.co.uk
Web: www.lepainquotidien.co.uk

Location

30-31 Kendal Street,
London W2 2AW
United Kingdom

Key Words

organic, bread, bakery, communal table, larder, fresh, coffee, pantry, jam, tea

Creation Date: 
Tuesday, 3 September, 2013 - 12:33
Last Updated: 
Tuesday, 3 September, 2013 - 12:33

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Le Pain Quotidien - Kensington

Description

Whenever possible, Le Pain Quotidien sources organic ingredients. The approach is about finding the very best, in a way that is good for all of us as well as the planet.

This philosophy influences every part of the way LPQ does business, from the food served to the design of the stores and the materials used. LPQ uses reclaimed wood and recycled gypsum in construction, energy-efficient lamps, and environmentally friendly cleaning supplies and packaging.

LPQ’s bread is made today exactly as it was in the beginning: with only organic stone-ground flour, salt, and water, kneaded and shaped by hand and baked in a hearth under the watchful eye of artisan bakers.

Each location has a communal table where friends and strangers alike come together to break bread and linger for a while. Like all of LPQ’s furniture, the communal table is made from reclaimed wood.

Contact

Tel: +44 (0) 20 3657 6942
Email: youngst@lepainquotidien.co.uk
Web: www.lepainquotidien.co.uk

Location

9 Young Street, Kensington,
London W8 5EH
United Kingdom

Key Words

organic, bread, bakery, communal table, larder, fresh, coffee, pantry, jam, tea

Creation Date: 
Tuesday, 3 September, 2013 - 12:36
Last Updated: 
Tuesday, 3 September, 2013 - 12:36

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Le Pain Quotidien - Marylebone

Description

Whenever possible, Le Pain Quotidien sources organic ingredients. The approach is about finding the very best, in a way that is good for all of us as well as the planet.

This philosophy influences every part of the way LPQ does business, from the food served to the design of the stores and the materials used. LPQ uses reclaimed wood and recycled gypsum in construction, energy-efficient lamps, and environmentally friendly cleaning supplies and packaging.

LPQ’s bread is made today exactly as it was in the beginning: with only organic stone-ground flour, salt, and water, kneaded and shaped by hand and baked in a hearth under the watchful eye of artisan bakers.

Each location has a communal table where friends and strangers alike come together to break bread and linger for a while. Like all of LPQ’s furniture, the communal table is made from reclaimed wood.

Contact

Tel: +44 (0) 20 3657 6949
Email: marylebone@lepainquotidien.co.uk
Web: www.lepainquotidien.co.uk

Location

72-75 Marylebone High Street,
London W1U 5JW
United Kingdom

Key Words

organic, bread, bakery, communal table, larder, fresh, coffee, pantry, jam, tea

Creation Date: 
Tuesday, 3 September, 2013 - 12:39
Last Updated: 
Tuesday, 3 September, 2013 - 12:39

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Le Pain Quotidien - North Audley Street

Description

Whenever possible, Le Pain Quotidien sources organic ingredients. The approach is about finding the very best, in a way that is good for all of us as well as the planet.

This philosophy influences every part of the way LPQ does business, from the food served to the design of the stores and the materials used. LPQ uses reclaimed wood and recycled gypsum in construction, energy-efficient lamps, and environmentally friendly cleaning supplies and packaging.

LPQ’s bread is made today exactly as it was in the beginning: with only organic stone-ground flour, salt, and water, kneaded and shaped by hand and baked in a hearth under the watchful eye of artisan bakers.

Each location has a communal table where friends and strangers alike come together to break bread and linger for a while. Like all of LPQ’s furniture, the communal table is made from reclaimed wood.

Contact

Tel: +44 (0) 20
Email: northaudley@lepainquotidien.co.uk
Web: www.lepainquotidien.co.uk

Location

16 North Audley Street,
London W1K 6WL
United Kingdom

Key Words

organic, bread, bakery, communal table, larder, fresh, coffee, pantry, jam, tea

Creation Date: 
Tuesday, 3 September, 2013 - 12:43
Last Updated: 
Tuesday, 3 September, 2013 - 12:43

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Le Pain Quotidien - Notting Hill

Description

Whenever possible, Le Pain Quotidien sources organic ingredients. The approach is about finding the very best, in a way that is good for all of us as well as the planet.

This philosophy influences every part of the way LPQ does business, from the food served to the design of the stores and the materials used. LPQ uses reclaimed wood and recycled gypsum in construction, energy-efficient lamps, and environmentally friendly cleaning supplies and packaging.

LPQ’s bread is made today exactly as it was in the beginning: with only organic stone-ground flour, salt, and water, kneaded and shaped by hand and baked in a hearth under the watchful eye of artisan bakers.

Each location has a communal table where friends and strangers alike come together to break bread and linger for a while. Like all of LPQ’s furniture, the communal table is made from reclaimed wood.

Contact

Tel: +44 (0) 20 3657 6938
Email: nottinghill@lepainquotidien.co.uk
Web: www.lepainquotidien.co.uk

Location

81-85 Notting Hill Gate,
London W11 3JS
United Kingdom

Key Words

organic, bread, bakery, communal table, larder, fresh, coffee, pantry, jam, tea

Creation Date: 
Wednesday, 28 August, 2013 - 11:51
Last Updated: 
Wednesday, 28 August, 2013 - 11:51

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Le Pain Quotidien - Oxford Circus

Description

Whenever possible, Le Pain Quotidien sources organic ingredients. The approach is about finding the very best, in a way that is good for all of us as well as the planet.

This philosophy influences every part of the way LPQ does business, from the food served to the design of the stores and the materials used. LPQ uses reclaimed wood and recycled gypsum in construction, energy-efficient lamps, and environmentally friendly cleaning supplies and packaging.

LPQ’s bread is made today exactly as it was in the beginning: with only organic stone-ground flour, salt, and water, kneaded and shaped by hand and baked in a hearth under the watchful eye of artisan bakers.

Each location has a communal table where friends and strangers alike come together to break bread and linger for a while. Like all of LPQ’s furniture, the communal table is made from reclaimed wood.

Contact

Tel: +44 (0) 20 3657 6948
Email: marlborough@lepainquotidien.co.uk
Web: www.lepainquotidien.co.uk

Location

18 Great Marlborough Street,
London W1F 7HT
United Kingdom

Key Words

organic, bread, bakery, communal table, larder, fresh, coffee, pantry, jam, tea

Creation Date: 
Wednesday, 28 August, 2013 - 12:04
Last Updated: 
Wednesday, 28 August, 2013 - 12:04

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Le Pain Quotidien - Parsons Green

Description

Whenever possible, Le Pain Quotidien sources organic ingredients. The approach is about finding the very best, in a way that is good for all of us as well as the planet.

This philosophy influences every part of the way LPQ does business, from the food served to the design of the stores and the materials used. LPQ uses reclaimed wood and recycled gypsum in construction, energy-efficient lamps, and environmentally friendly cleaning supplies and packaging.

LPQ’s bread is made today exactly as it was in the beginning: with only organic stone-ground flour, salt, and water, kneaded and shaped by hand and baked in a hearth under the watchful eye of artisan bakers.

Each location has a communal table where friends and strangers alike come together to break bread and linger for a while. Like all of LPQ’s furniture, the communal table is made from reclaimed wood.

Contact

Tel: +44 (0) 20 3657 6937
Email: parsonsgreen@lepainquotidien.co.uk
Web: www.lepainquotidien.co.uk

Location

70 Parsons Green Lane,
London SW6 4HU
United Kingdom

Key Words

organic, bread, bakery, communal table, larder, fresh, coffee, pantry, jam, tea

Creation Date: 
Wednesday, 28 August, 2013 - 12:07
Last Updated: 
Wednesday, 28 August, 2013 - 12:07

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Le Pain Quotidien - Royal Festival Hall

Description

Whenever possible, Le Pain Quotidien sources organic ingredients. The approach is about finding the very best, in a way that is good for all of us as well as the planet.

This philosophy influences every part of the way LPQ does business, from the food served to the design of the stores and the materials used. LPQ uses reclaimed wood and recycled gypsum in construction, energy-efficient lamps, and environmentally friendly cleaning supplies and packaging.

LPQ’s bread is made today exactly as it was in the beginning: with only organic stone-ground flour, salt, and water, kneaded and shaped by hand and baked in a hearth under the watchful eye of artisan bakers.

Each location has a communal table where friends and strangers alike come together to break bread and linger for a while. Like all of LPQ’s furniture, the communal table is made from reclaimed wood.

Contact

Tel: +44 (0) 20 3657 6925
Email: festivalhall@lepainquotidien.co.uk
Web: www.lepainquotidien.co.uk

Location

Festival Terrace, Belvedere Road,
Royal Festival Hall, Southbank Centre,
London SE1 8XX
United Kingdom

Key Words

organic, bread, bakery, communal table, larder, fresh, coffee, pantry, jam, tea

Creation Date: 
Tuesday, 3 September, 2013 - 12:45
Last Updated: 
Tuesday, 3 September, 2013 - 12:45

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Le Pain Quotidien - Soho

Description

Whenever possible, Le Pain Quotidien sources organic ingredients. The approach is about finding the very best, in a way that is good for all of us as well as the planet.

This philosophy influences every part of the way LPQ does business, from the food served to the design of the stores and the materials used. LPQ uses reclaimed wood and recycled gypsum in construction, energy-efficient lamps, and environmentally friendly cleaning supplies and packaging.

LPQ’s bread is made today exactly as it was in the beginning: with only organic stone-ground flour, salt, and water, kneaded and shaped by hand and baked in a hearth under the watchful eye of artisan bakers.

Each location has a communal table where friends and strangers alike come together to break bread and linger for a while. Like all of LPQ’s furniture, the communal table is made from reclaimed wood.

Contact

Tel: +44 (0) 20 3657 6944
Email: wardour@lepainquotidien.co.uk
Web: www.lepainquotidien.co.uk

Location

68-70 Wardour Street,
London W1F 0TB
United Kingdom

Key Words

organic, bread, bakery, communal table, larder, fresh, coffee, pantry, jam, tea

Creation Date: 
Tuesday, 3 September, 2013 - 13:57
Last Updated: 
Tuesday, 3 September, 2013 - 13:57

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Le Pain Quotidien - St Pancras

Description

Whenever possible, Le Pain Quotidien sources organic ingredients. The approach is about finding the very best, in a way that is good for all of us as well as the planet.

This philosophy influences every part of the way LPQ does business, from the food served to the design of the stores and the materials used. LPQ uses reclaimed wood and recycled gypsum in construction, energy-efficient lamps, and environmentally friendly cleaning supplies and packaging.

LPQ’s bread is made today exactly as it was in the beginning: with only organic stone-ground flour, salt, and water, kneaded and shaped by hand and baked in a hearth under the watchful eye of artisan bakers.

Each location has a communal table where friends and strangers alike come together to break bread and linger for a while. Like all of LPQ’s furniture, the communal table is made from reclaimed wood.

Contact

Tel: +44 (0) 20 3657 6946
Email: stpancras@lepainquotidien.co.uk
Web: www.lepainquotidien.co.uk

Location

Unit 4,
St Pancras International, Euston Road,
London N1C 4QL
United Kingdom

Key Words

organic, bread, bakery, communal table, larder, fresh, coffee, pantry, jam, tea

Creation Date: 
Tuesday, 3 September, 2013 - 13:59
Last Updated: 
Tuesday, 3 September, 2013 - 13:59

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Le Pain Quotidien - St Paul’s

Description

Whenever possible, Le Pain Quotidien sources organic ingredients. The approach is about finding the very best, in a way that is good for all of us as well as the planet.

This philosophy influences every part of the way LPQ does business, from the food served to the design of the stores and the materials used. LPQ uses reclaimed wood and recycled gypsum in construction, energy-efficient lamps, and environmentally friendly cleaning supplies and packaging.

LPQ’s bread is made today exactly as it was in the beginning: with only organic stone-ground flour, salt, and water, kneaded and shaped by hand and baked in a hearth under the watchful eye of artisan bakers.

Each location has a communal table where friends and strangers alike come together to break bread and linger for a while. Like all of LPQ’s furniture, the communal table is made from reclaimed wood.

Contact

Tel: +44 (0) 20 3657 6931
Email: stpauls@lepainquotidien.co.uk
Web: www.lepainquotidien.co.uk

Location

2 St. Paul's Churchyard,
London EC4M 8A
United Kingdom

Key Words

organic, bread, bakery, communal table, larder, fresh, coffee, pantry, jam, tea

Creation Date: 
Tuesday, 3 September, 2013 - 14:12
Last Updated: 
Tuesday, 3 September, 2013 - 14:12

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Le Pain Quotidien - Tottenham Court Road

Description

Whenever possible, Le Pain Quotidien sources organic ingredients. The approach is about finding the very best, in a way that is good for all of us as well as the planet.

This philosophy influences every part of the way LPQ does business, from the food served to the design of the stores and the materials used. LPQ uses reclaimed wood and recycled gypsum in construction, energy-efficient lamps, and environmentally friendly cleaning supplies and packaging.

LPQ’s bread is made today exactly as it was in the beginning: with only organic stone-ground flour, salt, and water, kneaded and shaped by hand and baked in a hearth under the watchful eye of artisan bakers.

Each location has a communal table where friends and strangers alike come together to break bread and linger for a while. Like all of LPQ’s furniture, the communal table is made from reclaimed wood.

Contact

Tel: +44 (0) 20 3657 6950
Email: tottenhamcourtroad@lepainquotidien.co.uk
Web: www.lepainquotidien.co.uk

Location

64 Tottenham Court Road,
London W1T 2ET
United Kingdom

Key Words

organic, bread, bakery, communal table, larder, fresh, coffee, pantry, jam, tea

Creation Date: 
Tuesday, 3 September, 2013 - 14:15
Last Updated: 
Tuesday, 3 September, 2013 - 14:15

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Le Pain Quotidien - Victoria

Description

Whenever possible, Le Pain Quotidien sources organic ingredients. The approach is about finding the very best, in a way that is good for all of us as well as the planet.

This philosophy influences every part of the way LPQ does business, from the food served to the design of the stores and the materials used. LPQ uses reclaimed wood and recycled gypsum in construction, energy-efficient lamps, and environmentally friendly cleaning supplies and packaging.

LPQ’s bread is made today exactly as it was in the beginning: with only organic stone-ground flour, salt, and water, kneaded and shaped by hand and baked in a hearth under the watchful eye of artisan bakers.

Each location has a communal table where friends and strangers alike come together to break bread and linger for a while. Like all of LPQ’s furniture, the communal table is made from reclaimed wood.

Contact

Tel: +44 (0) 20 3657 6945
Email: victoria@lepainquotidien.co.uk
Web: www.lepainquotidien.co.uk

Location

128 Wilton Road,
London SW1V 1JZ
United Kingdom

Key Words

organic, bread, bakery, communal table, larder, fresh, coffee, pantry, jam, tea

Creation Date: 
Tuesday, 3 September, 2013 - 14:17
Last Updated: 
Tuesday, 3 September, 2013 - 14:17

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Le Pain Quotidien - Westfield

Description

Whenever possible, Le Pain Quotidien sources organic ingredients. The approach is about finding the very best, in a way that is good for all of us as well as the planet.

This philosophy influences every part of the way LPQ does business, from the food served to the design of the stores and the materials used. LPQ uses reclaimed wood and recycled gypsum in construction, energy-efficient lamps, and environmentally friendly cleaning supplies and packaging.

LPQ’s bread is made today exactly as it was in the beginning: with only organic stone-ground flour, salt, and water, kneaded and shaped by hand and baked in a hearth under the watchful eye of artisan bakers.

Each location has a communal table where friends and strangers alike come together to break bread and linger for a while. Like all of LPQ’s furniture, the communal table is made from reclaimed wood.

Contact

Tel: +44 (0) 20 3657 6935
Email: westfield@lepainquotidien.co.uk
Web: www.lepainquotidien.co.uk

Location

Unit 1053A, Westfield Shopping Centre, Ariel Way,
London W12 7GD
United Kingdom

Key Words

organic, bread, bakery, communal table, larder, fresh, coffee, pantry, jam, tea

Creation Date: 
Tuesday, 3 September, 2013 - 14:21
Last Updated: 
Tuesday, 3 September, 2013 - 14:21

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Le Pain Quotidien - Wimbledon

Description

Whenever possible, Le Pain Quotidien sources organic ingredients. The approach is about finding the very best, in a way that is good for all of us as well as the planet.

This philosophy influences every part of the way LPQ does business, from the food served to the design of the stores and the materials used. LPQ uses reclaimed wood and recycled gypsum in construction, energy-efficient lamps, and environmentally friendly cleaning supplies and packaging.

LPQ’s bread is made today exactly as it was in the beginning: with only organic stone-ground flour, salt, and water, kneaded and shaped by hand and baked in a hearth under the watchful eye of artisan bakers.

Each location has a communal table where friends and strangers alike come together to break bread and linger for a while. Like all of LPQ’s furniture, the communal table is made from reclaimed wood.

Contact

Tel: +44 (0) 20 3657 6926
Email: wimbledon@lepainquotidien.co.uk
Web: www.lepainquotidien.co.uk

Location

4- 5 High Street, Wimbledon Village,
London SW19 5DX
United Kingdom

Key Words

organic, bread, bakery, communal table, larder, fresh, coffee, pantry, jam, tea

Creation Date: 
Tuesday, 3 September, 2013 - 14:24
Last Updated: 
Tuesday, 3 September, 2013 - 14:24

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Queen’s Wood Café

Description

Queen’s Wood Café is a community café tucked away amidst the peace and tranquility of north London’s legendary Queen’s Wood, 2 miles from central London. We offer a selection of delicious, organic, seasonal food and drink with plenty of vegetarian options, in a child-and dog-friendly environment. Many of our specials are made with organic ingredients grown in our own garden. We use as many local suppliers as possible and have been working for over 15 years to put into practice our deep commitment to putting fair-trade and ethical sourcing at the heart of our business. We are licensed, so you can enjoy a beer or a glass of wine with your meal.

As well as running an award winning café, we are a community hub for a great variety of healing activities, cultural events, art exhibitions, educational talks and supper clubs. We host unique children’s parties using our magical location in Queen’s Wood to offer bespoke adventure quests. We loan out our beautiful venue for weddings, adult celebrations and other events. We aim to continue to build our reputation as a welcoming haven and source of delicious, organic fare, for hungry families and walkers on the Capital Ring, see: http://www.walklondon.org.uk/route.asp

Contact

Tel: +44 (0) 20 8444 2604
Email: queenswoodcafe@gmail.com
Web: www.queenswoodcafe.co.uk

Location

42 Muswell Hill Road,
London N10 3JP
United Kingdom

Key Words

organic, seasonal, children's parties, supper clubs, workshop, venue rental, solar

Memberships & Accreditations

Garden Organic

Creation Date: 
Wednesday, 16 October, 2013 - 17:01
Last Updated: 
Wednesday, 16 October, 2013 - 17:01

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Story Deli

Description

Pizza made with 100 per cent certified organically grown ingredients.

Contact

Tel: +44 (0) 7918 197 352
Email: info@storydeli.com
Web: www.storydeli.com

Location

123 Bethnal Green Road,
London E2 7DG
United Kingdom

Key Words

pizza,organic,Shoreditch,London,Hoxton

Creation Date: 
Monday, 29 June, 2015 - 09:53
Last Updated: 
Monday, 29 June, 2015 - 09:53

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The Clerkenwell Kitchen

Description

A café and catering company committed to sourcing organic, local, seasonal and fairly traded produce, ethically reared meats and sustainable fish.

Contact

Tel: +44 (0) 20 7101 9959
Email: info@theclerkenwellkitchen.co.uk
Web: www.theclerkenwellkitchen.co.uk

Location

The Clerkenwell Workshops,
27-31 Clerkenwell Close,
London EC1R 0AT
United Kingdom
Creation Date: 
Monday, 15 July, 2013 - 19:07
Last Updated: 
Monday, 15 July, 2013 - 19:07

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