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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15-17 New Street Square, The City, London, EC4A 3BF
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+44 (0)20 3012 2123
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15-17 New Street SquareThe CityLondonEC4A 3BF
- +44 (0)20 3012 2123
- Public transport:
- City Thameslink
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+ large selection of salads
+ fresh ingredients
- confusing queue for first-timers
My first time to the Natural Kitchen was a pretty confusing affair. I went there with a friend who has never been either and we hadn't realised there are two establishments under the same brand. If you face the restaurant and enter from the door on the left, you actually enter the take-away queue, whereas the...more
Yes, everyone now relies on me to suggest a place to eat, drink, or stay at because I do extensive research that involves Yelp! Inevitably everyone asked, "Where are we going to eat Heather?" Work BFF and I were considering a certain chain restaurant because we had a craving for one of their salads. The boys were not very keen on this and while Work BFF was ready to ditch them, I pulled up...more
The place had good service and this review is only based on one thing: the burger. It was supposed to be spicy but was rather not, and the meat was rather tough. I heard about a burger revolution in europe , but it has not found it's way here.more
This place reminds me a bit of Coral Tree Cafe in Los Angeles (likely no one gets this reference but me) perhaps because they have similar fonts but also because they're both one of those organic, we-eat-on-wooden-tables-with-no-finishing-pain-quotidien-style lunch venues that are a solid, safe choice.
Even though my baked goat cheese salad was not the salade de chevre chaud that my heart...more
Just as one might expect of a place called The Natural Kitchen, this space is warm, organic (lots of wood) and flooded with light.
While I certainly enjoyed my lunch at the City outpost far better than my breakfast at the Marylebone location the Natural Kitchen has yet to convince me.
My wild mushroom and goat cheese sandwich with chargrilled vegetables and basil pesto was not terrible but...more