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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Venue Details & Map
15-17 New Street SquareThe CityLondonEC4A 3BF
- +44 (0)20 7353 5787
- Public transport:
- City Thameslink, National Railway
Great lunch venue and packed when I arrived.
Loved the food in Natural Kitchen. I had the macaroni cheese which was cheesy served with a fresh carrot salad. Good value for the price. There was plenty of variety of food which was nicely displayed under a glass counter. The staff were very friendly. I would recommend this venue to friends and look forward to visiting it again.more
This place has nice fresh food, but it is on the pricey side.
Two of us sat down for lunch and split the thai fish cakes starter and the gnocchi main. The Thai fish cakes tasted fresh and had a good kick of lime to it. The gnocchi again was very nice and had cheese stuffed inside.
We ended up paying £12 each (without drinks). The service was really nice, the food was really nice, but for...more
There aren't such a great variety of decent sit-down lunch places here, but this one fits the bill (with some issues). I had lunch here with a couple of colleagues yesterday, and was quite satisfied.
Tip: Make a booking ahead of time, even if only half an hour ahead, for quick seating.
So this place focuses on healthy-ish (minus the delicious-looking french fries), natural, organic, modern...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
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