These restaurants are not just creating some of the tastiest food you can find when eating out, they’re also committing to being zero-waste.
From London to Brighton and Bristol, top chefs are proving you don’t have to sacrifice quality for sustainability. Quite the opposite – working with nature inspires creativity and leads to innovative dishes plus constantly changing menus, so you never know what surprises could be in store for you every time you visit…
1. Silo, Brighton
Silo is an industrial-chic zero-waste restaurant. They operate a nose-to-tail philosophy and their aerobic digester (to create compost) is shared with their neighbours to reduce food waste in the community. Find out more.
2. Poco, Bristol
Top eco chef Tom Hunt’s Poco restaurant operates to strict sustainability standards, with 95 to 100% of their waste being composted and recycled. Find out more.
3. Tiny Leaf, London
The capital’s only organic, zero waste, vegetarian restaurant who’s menu is constructed from surplus stock supplied by local food suppliers and supermarkets. Find out more.
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