Fields Beneath - Kentish Town
I love a quirky cafe, and Field's Beneath in Kentish Town definitely fits into this category. Decor is eclectic, bohemian and fun, whilst keeping it classy, bright and modern. It's a totally vegan, tiny cafe right by Kentish Town West station, and there's another in Camden.
They have a changing menu of lunchtime options on offer, such as wraps, a vegan sausage roll, a thickly filled vegan sandwich, cakes, vegan croissants, and energy balls. I was really hungry so went for a Korean wrap.
The wrap was hearty, filled with veg and tofu, and subtly spiced in Korean spices. It felt really simple, healthy and was tasty, I would have preferred a slightly stronger flavour of spice or even kimchi in there though for a bit more of a kick. The wrap was baked after assembly so held together really well - no wrap juggling to try and keep the insides in!
They do a lovely coffee and manage to not only foam coconut milk, but draw hearts onto it too, which I loved!
And here's a sneak peak at some of the food that I was too full to try this time but looked delicious!
It's really friendly, with staff playing around with customers and clearly enjoying their company. It has a really local vibe to it and there is clearly a sense of community surrounding the place. Plus, the wrap was £7 which was reasonable for a meal that had clearly been cooked from scratch. Although I thought that the wrap was nice, the thing that would entice me back the most would be the fun local vibe, staff, coffee and cakes.
Food Presentation: 4/5
Value for Money: 4/5
Address: 52a Prince of Wales Road, London, NW5 3LN
Opening Hours: Monday - Friday 0700 - 1600; Saturday 0800 - 1600;
Sunday 0900 - 1600
As always, these posts are based on places I've visited on www.myveganradar.com - the London Vegan Food Map, based on tube stop, and are my own opinion.