Are you ever left wondering whether the dish you've selected in a restaurant actually lives up to the organic claims made on the menu?
It's important that you have complete confidence in the organic products you buy, whether it's at your corner shop, supermarket or local restaurant. While restaurants do not legally need to be certified to make organic claims, many have decided to use the Soil Association symbol on their menus to demonstrate that their dishes and ingredients meet a strict set of organic standards that protect health, sustainability and the environment.
The following establishments carry the Soil Association symbol...
...for their entire menu
- Abbey Home Farm, Cirencester, Gloucestershire
- Abbeywood Tots Day Nursery, Bristol
- Bangors Organic, Bude, Cornwall
- Becklands Farm, Bridport, Dorset
- Cote How Guest House and Tea Room, Ambleside, Cumbria
- Daylesford Organic, Selfridges Food Hall, London
Daylesford Organic farmshop and cafe, Daylesford, Gloucestershire
Daylesford Organic farmshop and cafe, Pimlico, London
Daylesford Organic farmshop and cafe, Notting Hill, London
- First Learning Nursery, Shepperton, London
- JCB factory tours, Rocester, Staffordshire
- Pillars of Hercules, Cupar, Fife
- Planet Organic, Torrington Place, London
- Ryton Organic Gardens Restaurant, Coventry, Warwickshire
- St Martin's Tearooms, Chichester, West Sussex
- The Duke of Cambridge, Islington, London
...for selected dishes
"Natural is good, but organic is natural certified, so it's more controlled. Most other claims are far too prone to abuse and shameless spin."