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Tiny Leaf London Makes Its Dishes from Local Leftovers in Notting Hill

 - Feb 8, 2016
References: tinyleaflondon & justopenedlondon
Self-described as a "mindful food and drinks experience," Tiny Leaf London is a food rescue eatery currently being hosted at Notting Hill's Bumpkin on Westbourne Park Road. Tiny Leaf is London's only zero waste, organic and vegetarian restaurant and joins many culinary innovators setting up food salvage businesses in major cities all over the world as a response to concerns regarding the food crisis.

The innovative concept works with local food suppliers, supermarkets, farms, distributors and retailers in order to stock ingredients for their ever-evolving menu and is set across four stunning floors. The ground floor comprises the bistro, which is decorated with luscious plant life, while the space also features two cocktail bars and a "White Room."