This paleolithic dining experience promises to appeal to your inner caveman. Intrigued? Well, the concept is derived from the work of nutritional therapist Holly Redman who also happens to be the new venue’s head chef.
Her menu focuses on food groups generally consumed during the paleolithic era when dairy products, grains, legumes, processed oils and refined sugars didn’t feature in the diet. Instead, paleolithic man (and woman) chomped on protein-rich and high-fibre options.
The monthly-changing menus feature fresh, seasonal ingredients including free range fish and meat, plus an extensive collection of biodynamic wines, gluten-free beers (which we didn’t know existed but will happily give them a go) and Kombucha fruit juices. Highlights include Fresh mussels in a Thai-spiced coconut broth and Sticky toffee pudding with toffee sauce and salted caramel ice cream plus a selection of handmade nut cheeses with apple and ginger chutney.
Pure Taste originally launched as a Pop Up in Sussex and this, its first permanent home – decorated with artwork from Chilean artist Otto Schade – on Westbourne Grove has been funded by a successful Kickstarter campaign. Now where did we put that loin-cloth…?