Over the last few years many Londoners have been caught up in the worldwide raw food revolution. Reputed to have amazing health qualities, a raw food diet is often organic, and certainly isn't limited to bland, boring old salads. In fact, many people are astounded at the sumptuous range of goodies that it includes such as pastas, pizzas and cheeseless cheesecakes. In response to the demand for delicious raw food meals, various restaurants and cafes are now offering raw food items on their menus while a few are specialising in it.
In your opinion, what is London's best raw food café or restaurant? Where is it, what kinds of meals do they serve and what is the price range?
Nama in Notting Hill are food artisans - the raw vegan food looks like a party on your plate and tastes equally as good. They serve starters, salads, mains and sides, as well as breakfast and deserts. Prices range between ₤2 for starters, to about ₤8 for a main meal.
Food served includes curries and pasta, pancakes and a very naughty but nice chocolate ganache tart. How is this possible - it's raw, right? You could learn about it as Nama offer workshops for those who would like to try their hand a raw cooking in their own homes.