Originally launched as a pop up in Sussex, and following a wildly successful Kickstarter campaign to fund the first permanent venue, London’s exclusive paleolithic fine dining experience, Pure Taste, has arrived at Westbourne Grove.
Derived from the work of nutritional therapist and head chef, Holly Redman, the menu focuses on cuisine popularly referred to as ‘The Caveman Diet’; food groups generally consumed during the paleolithic era. The diet excludes dairy products, grains, legumes, processed oils or refined sugars, in favour of protein-rich and high-fibre options.
Holly Redman says: “The premise of Pure Taste is one that combines a passion for healthy living with high quality dining and premium flavours; our extensive menus are a testament of our commitment to providing exceptional food and exhibiting the benefits of paleo cooking.”
Featuring striking interior artwork from Chilean born artist Otto Schade and housed within an elegant, welcoming atmosphere at the heart of the ever-fashionable Notting Hill, Pure Taste offers a unique, healthy and ultimately delicious new facet to the London restaurant scene.