01.0501 Organic Cafés & Restaurants

Daylesford Farmshop & Café - Pimlico

Description

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, delivered fresh each day, for you to taste in our café, take-away for lunch or to take home as part of your, good value, fresh weekly shop.

Location

44B Pimlico Road,
London SW1W 8LP
United Kingdom

Daylesford Farmshop & Café - Notting Hill

Description

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, artisan cheese and breads from our creamery and bakery, organic meats from our animals - serviced by a real butcher; everything you need for a good value, fresh weekly shop.

Our organic café is a place to eat, drink and relax with friends and family. We also have a cookshop, homeware, gifts and the Bamford bath and body range.

Location

208-212 Westbourne Grove, Notting Hill,
London W11 2RH
United Kingdom

Pllek

Description

Pllek is a cultural hotspot and restaurant that focuses on healthy living and sustainability. Looking out over the water at the very tip of the NDSM wharf in Amsterdam-Noord, it’s industrial container architecture fits in nicely with its shipyard surroundings, but inside, Pllek manages to offer a cosy, warm ambiance and an open approach that’s unique to Amsterdam’s hospitality scene. An island vibe right in the middle of town that allows you to truly feel at ease and that invites you to open up, be amazed and think outside the box. Read more »

Location

Neveritaweg 59,
Amsterdam 1033 WB
United Kingdom

Le Pain Quotidien

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. Read more »

Location

London
United Kingdom

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. Read more »

Location

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

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. Read more »

Location

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

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. Read more »

Location

128 Wilton Road,
London SW1V 1JZ
United Kingdom

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. Read more »

Location

64 Tottenham Court Road,
London W1T 2ET
United Kingdom

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. Read more »

Location

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