London Soho Based Vegan-Friendly Cafe, Beatroot – A Guided Tour

My friends and I regularly visit the vegan-friendly cafe ‘Beatroot’ on Berwick Street, Soho, London UK before our weekly Jain study group session.  I think the food there is excellent, especially the vege-sausage rolls and the dairy-free flapjack.

Edward, one of the owners, gives us a guided tour and the ethos behind Beatroot.

One of the customers of Beatroot shares his experience of dining there:

 

Edward, co-owner of Beatroot, wraps up with a final video shoot:

Beatroot Cafe

92 Berwick Street, Soho, London W1F OQD  United Kingdom

Tel: +44 20 7437 8591

Monday – Friday 9am – 9pm
Saturday 11am – 9pm
Bank Holidays 11am – 9pm

http://beatroot.org.uk

3 Replies to “London Soho Based Vegan-Friendly Cafe, Beatroot – A Guided Tour”

  1. Although I eat here often, I’ve not really thought about the food boxes. I was thinking about using plates but it’d hard for staff to measure quantity of food,they’d increase their outgoings in terms of staff needed to wash up/dishwasher costs etc. Then I went on line&saw that they they use Eco food cartons,Belu water (sold in biodegradable bottles)&cutlery is made from natural wood fibres -http://is.gd/mgh5 I wonder how they dispose of the things deposited in the bin in their restaurant.

  2. Dear Heena,

    Thanks for looking on the web site http://www.beatroot.org.uk to check out the eco friendly efforts we’re making at Beatroot. To answer your questions on the recycling…we recycle the glass bottles and paper , but the food containers ( made from paper that is sourced from European sustainable forests) can’t be recycled due to them being in contact with food. Just to let you know that Beatroot is also powered by electricity from by 100% wind power, which sends a sweet breeze though the place! Best wishes, Edward

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