The Natural Kitchen uses ingredients that are seasonal, free-range, locally sourced and, wherever possible, organic.
The Food to Go counters offer salads, quiches, soups, pies and sandwiches as well as a dish of the day. Everything is available to eat in or take away.
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The Natural Kitchen
77-78 Marylebone High StreetMaryleboneLondonW1U 5JX
- +44 20 7486 8065
First of all, cheese on a burger should not be an extra add-on costing you a £1. Second of all, you should be able to choose how you want your burger and generally, no burgers are well-done these days - which, here, is your only option. A recipe for prob the most soulless burger I've had. Maybe other dishes are good, but I am not sure I would go again.more
Very busy on a rainy saturday!!!
A lot of fresh food , very good salad ( quinoa, pumkin , chickpeas ) falafel with fresh hummus .
Great juice bar ( you choose your own ingredients ).
Organic food . Soup ( leek and potatoes) today .
Very good brownies, muffins .... You can eat in , or boxes to take .
Great quality food very healthy ! I like to have lunch here except for the coffee !!!!more
I went to meet my friends for a Sunday brunch and we wondered around looking for a good spot in Regent's Park. We passed a variety of fancier places along the way but when we saw Natural Kitchen, the food looked and smelled amazing so had to give it a try.
I ordered oatmeal where you can put anything you would like in it. It was so fresh, dairy free, and cheap! The texture was great and the...more
So, there are a few Natural Kitchens around London. I've only been to the one on Ma'Hi (kidding, kidding...no one calls it that. I was just trying a Marylebone High nickname out).
I've also only had takeout here.
But I'm a fan. I mean, the quality is great, they switch things up in response to season / access, and the staff is always friendly even when the lunch swarm descends.
Cute place for breakfast. Seems like they're committed to using fresh, seasonal ingredients. The upstairs cafe is small, but if you come off-peak it's quite relaxing. I had the Eggs Florentine which was done quite well, but I would have preferred more runny egg yolk.
The whole place kind of has that WholeFoods feel to it. It feels so environmentally conscious that it's a bit overwhelming...more