The sophisticated squares, speciality shops and chic Georgian townhouses of Belgravia have a lot to offer both the hungry tourist and local Londoner.

But how does a visitor decide where to stop for a bite to eat? Choosing to spend our money with businesses who are doing their bit for the planet is a small but meaningful way in which we can make our pounds more powerful. 

And few bites taste sweeter than when you know the eatery that made it is taking steps towards being a more sustainable destination.

Here are some food spots in Belgravia who are doing just that. 



This bakery and store is fitted out on the model of Poilâne’s head office in the Rue du Cherche-Midi in Paris. Here, Londoners can find sourdough loaves shaped by hand and baked in a wood-fired oven downstairs, as well as a host of other baked delights.

Ingredients are selected for their respect for the environment, as well as their flavour and nutritional value. The wood used in the oven is reclaimed and untreated, including very dry hardwood scraps which are by-products of the paper and furniture industry.

Wild by Tart

Housed in a former power station and coal store, Wild by Tart is a unique dining experience that pushes the boundaries of traditional restaurant concepts with a menu reflecting seasonal produce cooked with a diverse range of culinary influence.

They believe businesses should make a positive contribution to the world and live this by recycling their waste, minimising single use plastics and using local suppliers whose production methods are positive for the environment, animal welfare and their employees. 

Daylesford Organic

Daylesford’s farm in the Cotswolds is one of the most sustainable farms in the UK where they grow, rear, make and sell food according to organic principles, high welfare standards and in harmony with the environment. 

Daylesford Organic's farm shop, café and restaurant is located among the antique and interior shops in Belgravia, and brings together all of the environmentally friendly elements that the brand is so passionate about, with fresh produce delivered from the farm every morning.


The experts on beautifully handmade and hand-iced biscuits sold in iconic packaging, Biscuiteers in Belgravia also homes a Prosecco bar, as well as their flagship icing café where you can watch the icing artists at work.

Biscuiteers is taking many steps to reduce its carbon footprint and commit to a greener future. The shop and cafe's current CO2 emissions are 50% lower than the average business and it plans to reach net zero by 2030. With zero waste to landfill, Biscuiteers use fully recyclable packaging, even down to its sticky tape which has been replaced with a plastic-free alternative.

The Açaí Girls

The Açaí Girls is the place to go for plant-based dishes at any time of day, with a menu specifically designed with micro-nutrients in mind. The menu is a celebration of the fresh, delicious and local food inspired by founding sisters Megan and Georgia's travels around the world. 

The eatery make their açaí bowls with fairtrade berries, and from their biodegradable packaging and waste management to their locally and responsibly sourced ingredients, they intend to leave the world in a better way than how they found it.

Muse by Tom Aikens

Set in a small corner house in one of Belgravia’s distinctive mews, Muse by Tom Aikens enjoys cute and compact surroundings that play host to one of the most exciting chefs in the country and one of the capital’s most celebrated restaurant openings in recent years. 

Muse's beef is sourced from small farms rearing free-range and native breeds; seafood is from day boats run by responsible fishermen; and the beans, grains and pulses they use are organically farmed around East Anglia.

The Alfred Tennyson

Named after legendary local Poet Laureate Lord Tennyson and set on a quiet cobbled street, pub and restaurant The Alfred Tennyson is a neighbourhood gem with hearty dishes making use of seasonal ingredients.

As part of the Cubitt House group, a voluntary amount added to customer bills goes towards their partner Sustainability Run, who guarantee the planting of at least one tree. Thanks to this partnership and for helping to plant more than 300,000 trees, Cubitt House won an international Green Apple Environmental Award in 2022.

The Jones Family Kitchen

Sited in the pedestrian-only historic Eccleston Yards, The Jones Family Kitchen are a small team with a passion for great food and drink. They are particularly known for their dry-aged steak sourced from The Ginger Pig and cooked on their Josper grill, as well as fresh seafood caught from day boats down in Cornwall.

They have sustainable procurement practices and circularity initiatives in place and when choosing their suppliers, they focus on those that implement regenerative farming.


For a tiny all-day dining spot with a playful and innovative menu inspired by Latin-America and founded by two Colombian sisters, Morena is the place to be. It is colourful and contemporary with exposed brick, pastel tones and coffee roasted on site.  All of the ingredients at Morena are carefully sourced from the highest quality suppliers, whether it's their perfectly ripe avocados from Mexico, fresh eggs from a Kent farm or acai from Brazil. 

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