There's a focus on clean living at this new concept restaurant in Dalston - it's all about a holistic approach to the food and drink that's served. That means environmental sustainability when it comes to sourcing, an apparently 'alkaline' Mediterranean menu, and 'pure' (filtered) water used throughout the prep. There's plenty of the latter to drink, too.
The fully-vegan menu boasts an Italian bent, with options ranging from pizzas by the slice (think home-made cashew mozzarella-style cheese, soy ham, spicy seitan salami, soy sausage, olives and chilli flakes) to garlic bread, gluten-free pasta, healthy salads and 'pure' soups.
There's booze on the drinks list, so don't go thinking it's all holier-than-thou here. The Wild Card Brewery provides the real ale, Italy the lager and Devon the cider. Plus there's old world wines by the glass, and a cocktail list that includes negronis, mojitos, cuba libres and caipirinhas. But health freaks fret not - there are freshly squeezed juices, organic soft drinks, herbal teas and plenty of that filtered water. There's strong Italian coffee, too.
|Venue name:||Fed by Water|
64 Kingsland High Street
Dalston Cross Shopping Centre
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