If you find yourself wandering aimlessly looking for somewhere to re-fuel post workout (believe us, we’ve been there…) pay a visit to Mercato Metropolitano.
The urban farmers’ market offers a mix of Italian and London based artisan producers. If you’re laying off the focaccia, cheese and gnocchi fritters, here’s a round up of some healthier alternatives.
Tiny Leaf: London’s first organic, vegetarian, zero waste restaurant. Try the buckwheat pancakes or breakfast tacos & eggs with avocado and tomato salsa. If you’re swinging by for lunch, order the courgetti with almond pesto, basil and flaked almonds. Wash it down with a Tiny Leaf cocktail with organic gin, elderflower, apple, ginger and cucumber, an organic cider or glass of biodynamic wine. This vegan, gluten free spot is a foodie must for discerning Londoners!
Risotteria Primavera: Famed Italian rice producers serving seasonal risottos and middle-eastern inspired whole food salads!
Ginger & Mint: A juice bar serving freshly squeezed juices and smoothies using sustainably farmed fruit and vegetables.
Quintessentially Vietnamese: Homemade Vietnamese street food serving fresh salads, warming pho and banh mi rolls and sweet Vietnamese-style coffee.
Tonneria by Assent Madre: Specialists in chargrilled and sashimi red tuna from the Mediterranean.
Address: Mercato Metropolitano, 42 Newington Causeway, London SE1 6DR
Tube: Elephant & Castle (Bakerloo, Northern)