In order to maintain fish stocks, Lofgren has implemented a policy where for every ounce of fish consumed at the restaurant, twice as much live fish are released into the wild.
Tucked away in the rural town of Frome, England is the Garden Café, a vegetarian restaurant that offers customers only the freshest local produce, grown using ethical, eco-friendly techniques.
Mention the words ‘food truck’ and visions of hot dogs, stodgy burritos and greasy burgers come to mind. The proposed food truck named Veggie Patch is working to change all of that and Sydneysiders can expect a very different meal to be rolling up to their sidewalks soon.
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The River Cottage brand has become known in organic circles as a pioneer of the ‘grow your own’ movement. The practises adopted at River Cottage have been so successful that the Sustainable Restaurant Association (SRA) has awarded the business the highest award possible, making it the most sustainable restaurant in the UK.
Based in Robertsbridge, East Sussex, on the south east coast of England, Sedlescombe Organic Vineyard has been the forerunner in organic viticulture in the UK for over 30 years. Established in 1979, Sedlescombe wines set out to quash the myth that English wines were no good, and they seem to have done a pretty good job.
Barcelona has some brilliantly quirky bars hidden among its winding back streets, many of which reflect the playful atmosphere of the city. Even if you visited the Catalonian capital a hundred times you’d be guaranteed to discover a new drinking den on each trip. So when we heard The Blub Lounge was added to the mix we were itching to take a trip to test out the cocktail list in person.