I have discovered a new place to eat between teaching Yogagise Yoga classes around London! Pride Kitchen, located in Covent Garden and Chelsea, is my latest healthy, delicious and quick, on-the-go lunchtime venue.
Founded by David Bez, the café serves tasty and supercharging soups, salads and breakfasts, fresh juices, smoothies and cakes, gluten-free, dairy free and refined sugar-free (yes, it’s possible!), but mostly they champion fruits and veggies, local and sustainable artisans and farmers.
They base all their dishes on a love for plants, on the idea that a plant based diet is not just more sustainable for our planet, but also incredibly tasty and filling. The menu is crammed full of so many appetizing plates, it’s hard to choose what to order but also a great reason to return!
The Protein Feast bowl (£12) (pictured above) is one of the cafe’s most popular dishes, it’s made with chickpea omelette, black peas, tamari mushrooms, hummus of the day, homemade cashew cheese, sauerkraut, toasted seeds and mustard dressing. It’s a welcome change from the usual salads which I eat, which are bland in comparison, and tastes amazing.
Also worth highlighting are the mouth-watering Hardihood raw cheesecakes (£4), they are so good! I was surprised at how nice they are – they satisfy my sweet tooth but are nutritious and free from refined sugar & processed ingredients.