Wouldn’t it be amazing if we could enjoy high end quality food while having a positive impact on the environment? Unfortunately, food waste has been a growing issue over the last few decades and has been a contributing factor to greenhouse gas emissions. Luckily restaurant owners across the city have been actively fighting this issue in an attempt to create more eco-friendly options through using locally sourced ingredients to cutting down their carbon footprint. So that being said, here is our list of London restaurants that combine the culinary arts with an eco-friendly approach.Read more
With a rise in the number of people choosing to make more ethical food decisions and follow a vegetarian or vegan diet, many travellers have found themselves on the lookout for cities to visit, that offer more choice for vegan diets.
In fact, in September 2022, the Guardian estimated a global total of 79 million people has a vegan or plant-based diet. Research by Ipsos found that 48% of British adults use plant milk and 58% use at least one plant-based meat alternative in their diet. So, it’s no surprise that some people struggle to find suitable restaurants both in the UK and abroad.
With that in mind, we’ve found the 5 top cities, restaurants and hotels that offer something for just about any type of traveller.Read more
Travel opens your mind to a whole host of experiences, including your taste buds. Each culture offers their specialties and a variety of unique flavours and dishes to try on your travels. Vegan food is growing in popularity and another sustainable idea to take on as you’re travelling - and it doesn’t fall short of flavour either.Read more
According to finder.com, 7% of the UK population are vegetarian, making it the most common non-meat diet. With 4% of population following a pescatarian diet and 1% on the vegan diet, around 6.5 million British adults are totally meat-free. Research suggests that by the end of 2019, around 12 million Brits (22%) will follow a non-meat diet of some sort. Read more
For many, a trip to a Michelin star restaurant is not exactly on their weekly agenda. Rather it’s something to tick off the bucket list, an extreme splurge, a ‘multi-sensory experience’. These restaurants typically avoid a la carte, instead offering set menus, or tasting menus. This is good news for your palette but bad news for your wallet. Read more
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