Their web: http://www.good2gocornwall.co.uk/
Their web: http://www.good2gocornwall.co.uk/
Visit 222 Veggie Vegan Restaurant – you can find them at 222 North End Road, W14 9NU London, United Kingdom.
The picture in this post is their drooling 222 pancake, is described as vanilla ice cream wrapped in a wholemeal pancake, topped with warm vanilla and chocolate sauce. But check out their page, their fabulous menu and their web, and if you’re in that neck of the woods, then do drop by! Nosh to die for!
All dishes are prepared to order by Ben and his kitchen using fresh natural ingredients, and techniques which preserve taste and nutritional value. This level of personal attention means that if you have a special request or particular dietary requirements they can make something just for you. Their food is low-fat, low-salt, non-GM and organic where possible. They never deep-fry or microwave.
A visit to 222 is a unique dining experience. They look forward to welcoming you!
Open Mon to Sun: noon to 15h30 and 17h30 to 22h30
Call them on: +442073812322
Reservation Line: 020 7381 2322
Or email them here: firstname.lastname@example.org
And check out their website here: http://www.222veggievegan.com/
JUST F.a.B. phylosophy is to bring the flavours of the Italian regional cuisine to London with our confortable and easy to move mobile catering unit.
Chef Myra, the Sicilian Mamma, passionate for traditional, fresh, tasty and healthy Italian Food, is President -since 1996- of MiAmo (I love myself) her own Wellbeing Foundation already registered in the Vegan Society UK.
It depends from the location, Just F.a.B. is open from breakfast to dinner, from 10am to 10pm.
Itadaki means ‘to take the food life’; Zen means ‘to fix, to mend’.
The primary end of the Itadaki-zen cuisine is not merely an agreeable taste, but its healing qualities.
The Itadaki-zen restaurant was born from the need to provide those who are strong advocates of taking responsibility for their own health and preventing as much illness as possible with a source of food as medicine.
In Itadaki-zen cuisine it is essential to eat a good balance of grains, vegetables and seaweeds. This will enable you to build a balance, healthy and slim body.
Rice, root vegetables, seaweeds, soya beans and by-products, are recurrent ingredients in our cuisine because deemed to be essential for a sanitary and strong metabolism.“Slow food” characterizes the cuisine preparation, reflecting appreciation and care in the making of each dish. Anyone who ever thought that vegan meals were dull will be proved wrong by these dishes.
And the restaurant desires to be a cultural place made both of sharing and personal experience with food, Art and people. Cross cultural artistic events are held periodically, such as art exhibitions and live music. Free workshops are organize regularly, focusing on food and agriculture and all the craftsmanship around it (traditional products elaboration, cuisine, etc).
VEGAN SWEET TOOTH LONDON – if you’re a Londoner then dig this page! And surely go visit Giancarlo at any one of his extensive markets for a taste sensation of vegan note! From savoury to sweet vegan cakes, pastries, savoury and patisserie.
– once you try any of his delicacies – we can assure you that you shall be going back just because they are so darn delish!
Call him on :07799721148
Email him on :email@example.com
This is our first cover on vegan restaurants around the world. This category is important to us because it shares the great news with the entire world! We want everyone to climb on board this compassionate train which is gaining momentum around the world. More people today want to change their lifestyle choice. More people today than ever before are starting to understand and are starting to connect with the health aspects, the cruelty free lifestyle choice, as well as the environmental issues that are impacting us all and are going to impact our children’s lives heavily, if we do not change our ways urgently!
So without further ado, we introduce to you Shambala Restaurant in Warrington, England!
18 Winmarleigh Street, Cultural Quarter, WA1 1NB Warrington, England.
Mon – Fri: 11:00 am – 4:00 pm
Sat: 11:00 am – 8:00 pm
Bookings are being taken for evening workshops and private events.
Funky cultural quarter cafe, coffee shop and venue. Healthy living raw foods, organic vegetarian/vegan food to eat in or take away. Evening events, open mic nights and evening venue hire is available.
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A wonderful review in the Gaurdian written by David Morgan:
A BOHEMIAN vibe has hit Warrington thanks to a new vegan restaurant.
Gareth Monk and Stef Davis have found a very different use for the former army recruitment office in Winmarleigh Street.
The couple have opened Shambala, just around the corner from the Pyramid centre, which is believed to be the only restaurant and deli offering a full menu of organic vegan dishes in the town.
But Gareth and Stef also specialise in raw food which is said to be healthier because it contains enzymes that are destroyed if the dishes are cooked.
Although they admit their dining experience is niche, they say Shambala’s doors are open to everyone who might want to eat there for health reasons, try something different or make a lifestyle change.
Gareth said: “We’ve had a lot of vegans and vegetarians through the door who have been really happy because they never thought a place like this would open in Warrington.
“But then we’ve had a lot of people with health issues and food intolerances who have been forced to look at what they eat and how they eat.
“A businessman from Crewe came in and he normally eats meat and would never touch this sort of food.
“He came off the train and this was the first place he found but he was open minded and he told us he could feel the food doing his body good as he ate it.”
The menu changes regularly but includes the likes of raw pizza made with hummus and flaxseed for the base and soaked cashew nuts and nutritional yeast for the ‘cheese’.
The cosmic cheesecake is fast becoming one of Shambala’s favourites which is made with organic tofu and banana and buckwheat for the base.
A ‘dehydrator’, which draws moisture away from food at a low temperature, is used to change the texture of dishes or make ingredients hold together.
Gareth, who sources most of Shambala’s vegetables from wholesaler Organic North, added: “Some people come to the door, read the menu and then run a mile but once they come through door it opens up a whole new world to them.
“We had a guy who was recruited in this place when it was an army centre. He spent 30 years in the military and was a meat eater.
“He really didn’t want to come in but his daughter brought him and at first he didn’t want to touch the food but in the end said he really appreciated it.”
Stef, whose daughter Saffron helps out at Shambala, used to run Holistic House in Runcorn and got more into nutrition and natural alternatives when her mum Eileen got cancer.
She has been a vegetarian since she was 18 and Gareth gave up meat when he met Stef three years ago. The pair both turned vegan last year.
Shambala is open at lunchtime but Gareth and Stef hope to host special events after hours including meditation evenings, holistic groups and music nights.
Gareth added: “There’s a music room in the back. We get people who just come and chill out and pick an instrument. Anyone can play.
“It’s not just about the food, it’s about the whole atmosphere.”
Warrington Guardian chief photographer Mike Boden has been a meat eater his whole life and his first experience of a vegan dish was Shambala’s cosmic cheesecake.
The 64-year-old said: “I didn’t fancy it at first but having tasted it I thought it was excellent. If you didn’t know it was vegan you wouldn’t think of it any differently.”