The Wild Food Cafe Kitchen, under the experienced guidance of raw-food pioneer and executive chef Joel Gazdar is focused on freshly foraged wild and artisanal ingredients, slow raw-food processes, and a commitment to organic, heirloom produce that has preserved its medicinal benefits, vitality, and nutrients.
The underlying current of our menus, ingredient choices and our personal way of living is inviting our guests to see the commonly known dishes in a new, innovative light that is gentler on our bodies and environments. It is an encouragement to experiment in the kitchen and to open the doors to more biodiversity, culture, and taste of the plant-food world in our plates. The result is more energy, vitality, lightness, wellbeing… Heck, this food – from our experience – is totally life-promoting!
Now, not only does Wild Food Cafe provide an outstanding plant-based food experience in a sustainable model, but with each bill, they add 99p to enable the planting of a fruit tree in the developing world. These trees will not only counterbalance the environmental impact of each diner’s meal but will also help to provide some of the planet’s poorest communities with the opportunity of a sustainable life for them and many generations to come.
Working within a network across Africa, Asia, and South America, Green Earth Appeal, Wild Food Cafe’s tree planting partner, who are also a United Nations Environment partner, help to provide “exit strategy aid”. This follows a simple but proven process – provide education in agroforestry and land management, infrastructure and trees and end up with sustainability.