Paradise Unbakery

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59 Chamberlayne Rd, Kensal Rise, North West London, England, NW10 3ND

Cafe serving vegan food, raw food and cakes, fresh juices and smoothies. Open Mon-Fri 9:00am-5:00pm, Sat-Sun 9:00am-6:00pm.

Categories: Vegan, Raw, Western, Juice bar, British

17 Reviews

First Review by Josh.biddick

flavours! - Edit

Best mac on the market

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Amazing cakes!! - Edit

I ordered a birthday cake at last minute to be ready for the next day at noon. The cake was raw vegan, beautifull and incredibly delicious!! My non-vegan friend said it was the best cake she ever had! Staff is very nice and place looked so cute. I'll defenetively go again! :)

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I wish I could give 10 stars - Edit

Best vegan food I have ever had. Their Mac and cheese is to die for, the atmosphere is laid back and very "green"the prices are great and the staff are incredibly friendly!! I will be coming back very soon

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take away breakfast - Edit

Ordered breakfast from here - cashew scrambled eggs were particularly good. Looking forward to trying more of the menu.

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healthy full vegan - Edit

Beautiful food! Fresh and all raw. Good for healthy foods they offer salads, wraps, lasagna, Mac and cheese, raw cakes and slices, kombucha, smoothies and more!!! Very yum and fresh

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Two-for-two - Edit

Came here while on holiday and had to come back a second time even in the short couple days I was here. Had the Full English Breakfast and a turmeric latte with oat milk, and then the omelette and English breakfast tea. Really really impressed with this place. Super friendly staff.

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incredible food! - Edit

Chickpea omelette is to die for! Their beans on bagel is also very yummy and nutritious. Perfect spot for a weekend brunch, it is a small & well decorated place and the staff is very energetic and friendly. Service is a little slow at times but otherwise it lives up to the name paradise. Definitely recommend!

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Delicious - Edit

Cute & cosy; seriously yummy food and friendly staff. We had the un-mac and cheese, a salad bowl, cappuccino and two raw cakes - black forest and banoffie. All really delicious and well priced.

Pros: delicious , good range & choice, Cute & friendly

Cons: a bit out-the-way

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Lovely spot! - Edit

This place is very instagram friendly. The food is delicious and looks gorgeous. I highly recommend trying the smoothies and the waffles.

Pros: Beautiful surrounding, Tasty, All vegan

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quaint cafe - Edit

Lovely vegan cafe serving breakfast, brunch, lunch and due to reopen for dinner in June. Had the bagel and beans which was tasty and filling for only £8. Gorgeous tea cups and lovely decor. Have a great selection of cakes.

Pros: cakes, staff, decor

Cons: none

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Vegan Pastel Paradise - Edit

Visited this beautiful little pastel cafe on my London adventures and I was so overwhelmed with how pretty it was. The service was lovely, and very friendly ladies. The food is presented with such detail. The inside decor is relaxing and its a lovely place to hang out. It wasn't busy when I went which was bliss.

Pros: beautifully presented food, with detail, friendly service, lots of vegan menu choices

Cons: the milkshake could have been colder, was warm

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Raw after cemetery - Edit

Paradise Unbakery is perfectly located for a visit after (or before) a walk through Kensal Green Cemetery.
There are some savoury dishes on display to choose from, as well as several salads. Good and fairly fresh food, however, not cheap.
Their flagship, you can say, are all the sweet things they offer, cakes, tarts, cookies and so on. Same here, good stuff but rather expensive.
They are especially into raw food, so if you are a fan of raw you probably would like it at Paradise Unbakery.
Decent coffee and good WiFi connection.
Apart from some tables in the first room where the food display is, there is a larger room in the back (pink walls but really nice furniture), there are even some comfy-looking seating corners. Sadly everything's monitored, that's really a bummer. Nowadays there are cameras almost everwhere, especially in London, I would love a place to have some privacy to be able to relax though. Not the case there.

Updated from previous review on 2017-02-14

Pros: awesome cake creations, nice deco

Cons: rather expensive, monitored

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wonderful! - Edit

Such delicious food and super friendly service! Shame it's not open earlier in the week so people can pop in before work.

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Nice but a little expensive... - Edit

Good selection of vegan food, lots of raw stuff too. Great cakes, very, very rich! Quite expensive though, 3 cakes, 2 mains and 2 teas, over £30. Good for an indulgent visit and I'd never knock a vegan establishment. Will visit again.

Pros: Lots of vegan options, cakes to die for...

Cons: Quite expensive...

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no positives - Edit

the staff is not very friendly and my bill cost seemed to me more than i had, they didn't gave a bill on paper so i can't really say but was dodgy.the staff didn't had the patience for us to take time to choose our food.the "unbaked" dessert was not good and the food i do 10x better at home.no wonder why they were mostly empty for all time we were there.

Cons: expensive, not tasty, unfriendly staff

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A great new vegan cafe - Edit

This is a great addition to London's growing vegan scene. A modern, light and airy cafe, with air conditioning, a short walk from Kensal Rise Overground station. Friendly, helpful staff. What about the food? I had an excellent cooked breakfast and my companion an imaginative selection of salads. We both drank turmeric coffee, which I had never had before but it was delicious with almond milk. We took away some great cakes to eat later.

Pros: Wide choice of food and drinks- all vegan, Imaginative, delicious food, Friendly and welcoming atmosphere

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Super salads! - Edit

Staff were extremely friendly and talkative when we approached them for suggestions. Had a great range of healthy salads and generous serving sizes. Double thumbs up!

Updated from previous review on 2016-08-09

Pros: Large serving sizes, Chilled atmosphere, Healthy food (raw and cooked)

Cons: Smoothies were quiet heavy

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