Nourishing foodie aficionados and educating the palates of passers-by in Neal’s Yard, the Wild Food Cafe is a magical corner of fashionable Covent Garden.
Using only the finest, freshest, organically harvested and independently supplied produce with a focus on wild, colourful gourmet ingredients and plant-based vegan/vegetarian cuisine, reflecting the joy of the world we live in.
Venue Details & Map
Wild Food Cafe
14 Neal's YardLondonWC2H 9DP
- +44 20 7419 2014
Top 5 reviews of Wild Food Cafe
This place is in such a nice area. The exterior is beautiful as well. I especially enjoyed the colorful and motivating stairway up to the restaurant. The options are food are also great and incredibly healthy. I enjoy fresh and healthy food, so this was right up my alley.
Unfortunately, the service wasn't the best and the Venus Bowl was OK. I wound up sitting at the bar and had to call for... more
This vegan cafe hiding in Neals Yard, it is easy to missed it if you walked past Neal street. it was busy when we arrived and it took a while to wait for the table. Menu dishes look great but the price is expensive. Ordered one soup...two salads main dishes and one dessert....wow..the price is about £50. more
What can I say. The presentation is overwhelming. The location is overwhelming. The service is impeccable. I have never eating a meal so interesting, beautiful, flavourful, and vegan before. Was it the best meal I ever had? No. But boy was it memorable. more
Super vegan cafe, a little bit overwhelming. The cafe is on the second floor, and pretty small within Neal's Yard. Went at 1-2pm on a Saturday and it was extremely busy, and I had to wait 20 minutes to get a seat.
I enjoy vegan food but the main entree that I got, the ramen noodles, were a little bit too healthy for me, and I didn't really feel too full after. I purchased a raw chocolate... more
I googled "raw vegan London" and Wild Food Cafe was one of the top results. I happened to be somewhat nearby, so I decided to walk over. Neal's Yard, where Wild Food Cafe is located, must have been a real treat a few years back; it's its own cute little courtyard-like area surrounded by shops and greenery. The buildings all look fun and are brightly colored, and the area itself is pretty --... more