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Health-conscious café serving cold-press juices, smoothies, organic snacks, and dishes packed with herbal, botanic, raw or biodynamic ingredients.
It may be an ambrosial-sounding prospect, but to play holistic footsie you’ll need to remove your shoes – the café’s inside a yoga shala (centre). Improve your socks appeal by wearing fresh footwear.
Triyoga is one of London’s top schools; it’s popular with teachers and advanced yogis. It recently moved to this new location in a former piano factory. Expect your fellow diners to be lithe, washboard-stomached and unnervingly beatific. It’s not just veggie but at times vegan or raw, too. Don’t let this put you off: chef Katia Phillips has an instinctive feel for flavour, colour and aroma.
Beetroot pâté on sourdough bread with feta and watercress (£5.75) is very yummy and surprisingly filling for something-on-toast. Huge salads start at £8. And the fruit juices are exquisite – our ‘heart nectar’ smelled of roses and tasted of pomegranate and grapes.
Check it out first by popping in for a coffee (made with non-vegan cow’s milk). A flat white starts at £2.20. You’ll soon be saying ‘om’ as well as ‘yum’.
57 Jamestown Road
|Transport:||Tube: Camden Town|
|Opening hours:||Open daily 8am-8pm|
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