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3.7 / 5
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Food is good but I didn't think it lived up to the hype. Overall I found the place to be more about the style rather than substance and definitely very expensive.
My sisters and I went here for a spot of lunch on a lovely sunny weekend recently. It's a really great spot if you fancy a nice healthy lunch. You can mix and match salads and hot foods and the portions are pretty generous. I went for sweet potato with tahini dressing, hummus, broad bean and cauliflower falafel and brocolli and green bean salad. It was delcicious and perfectly seasoned. I also went for a green juice ( a little watery - sorry but could use a bit of improvement) and a peanut butter cookie (to die for).
I was slightly dismayed at having to pay 18 pounds for a salad, juice and cookie and I do think you could recreate some of the food on offer at home or pay a fraction of the price in nearby Berwick street market (savage salads to an incredible box for 5 pounds) however its a nice place to spend an afternoon. The deli itself is cosy, light and bright and there's additional downstairs seating if you don't manage to snag a coveted spot by the window.
So all in all, a tad over priced but a nice treat for once in a while.
Discovered Deliciously Ella and The Mae Deli last summer at Wilderness Festival, where their fresh green juices were just pure salvation after partying for most of the night and sleeping in a tent. It took me a few months to try Mae Deli in Marble Arch - I shouldn't have waited that long! Although the place was very busy and I had to wait for around 15mn to be seated, the staff is really caring and lovely, and the menu options are just delightful. Fresh, homemade and varied veggie dishes, all looking as good as the other. Smoothies are also a blessing.
At first I thought it was a bit expensive for just veggies, nuts and fruits. But in the end, their plate option is big and you're full before you get to finish it. I took my smoothie and cake away for a snack later in the day. Generally a great vibe, definitely recommend!
I do love the MaeDeli! The food is delicious and nutritious, however i would have to agree I was surprised by the price. I do understand that good quality food is not cheap, but I wonder if there was a way to make it a little more affordable for all! :)
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