CLOSED: SaladPride

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2B Neal's Yard, London, England, WC2H 9DP

Vegan and gluten-free eatery est. 2016 serving breakfast bowls, salad, smoothies, hot drinks and Wholly Cakes. Confirmed closed, Dec 2017.

Categories: Vegan, Organic, Western, Mediterranean, Salad bar, Delivery, Take-out, European

25 Reviews

First Review by KarimKanfoudi

great surprise - Edit

Tasty food and cozy place, nice and lovely stuff.

Cons: no restrooms

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Expensive health - Edit

I went here with my friend for lunch one day after a quick trip to the Wild Food Cafe. We both built our own salads but for something with just four things, it was SO expensive! I could have got something bigger AND cheaper from somewhere else. It was delicious, don't get me wrong, just not very good value for money. There is little seating but the views out the window of the courtyard are amazing.

Pros: good view, yummy food, healthy

Cons: hella expensive, little servings, not much seating

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Yummy vegan burger and home-made banana bread to die for - Edit

I had the classic burger, which was delicious with sweet potato, mushrooms and mashed peas and other tasty seeds and flavours. The gluten-free bun was also surprisingly good and didn't fall apart (as GF bread can do). The highlight for me was the banana bread though. Apple and cinnamon flavour, with creamy vegan yoghurt, maple syrup and crunchy seeds and buckwheat, toasted and comfortingly warm, it tasted amazing and was the perfect balance between crunchy and moist. Just writing about it is making my mouth water! I'll definitely be going back for more!

Pros: amazingly quiet spot for somewhere so central, great music, lovely staff

Cons: on the small side, although cosy and there's a tab, a little bit pricey, but then it is slap bang in t

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Incredible! - Edit

Amazing service and absolutely delicious breakfast - the best and most inventive avocado toast I've ever had.

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Tasty GF & Vegan Salads - Edit

The perfect lunch spot in Neal's Yard. Their Protein Feast with the chickpea-omelette is very good, also their Spicy Feast (with extra hot sauce) is tasty.

Cons: In take-away boxes unless you ask for normal plate

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Could be better - Edit

Me and my friend got the Asian bowls. Bit dissapointed that it came in a takeaway box (apparently thats how they do it now), also the portions were super small? Just a scoop of buckwheat with way too much kimchi to be palatable! The staff were so lovely though, but I wont be going back again..

Pros: Staff, Rose latte

Cons: Portion sizes, Price

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Salads and protein - Edit

Nice selection of rather healthy vegan stuff. We enjoyed their protein bowl and asian salad. The sweets were also delicious.

Pros: Healthy, tasty

Cons: no toilet

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So-so - Edit

My boyfriend and I both got bowls from here. He got a green smoothie bowl and I got an acai bowl. Both were underwhelming. They were very runny and warm. They definitely did not belong in a bowl, but maybe in a glass with some ice. At £7 a serve, I just expected a bit more. I will stick to making them in my Vitamix at home for a fraction of the price.

Pros: Nice atmosphere, Nice service

Cons: Warm, runny smoothie bowls, Too expensive

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£6 for an orange juice - Edit

Vegan lunch in @saladpride in #coventgarden. I love the concept of this vegan little place in Neils Yards, as it has its origin in Instagram. It is in a great location, especially if you go with kids and the quality of their food is amazing. Today I have to say I was a bit puzzled… I asked for the hummus on toast for Oskar and avocado on toast for me. The leaves you can see in the picture are actually basil leaves, which I found a bit too much, even though I love basil. On top of the hummus in one half there is what I belive caramelised onion, which has a strong flavour and in my opinon it doesn’t go with the raw garlic of the hummus. From a kid’s perspective is a big NO to have that on top of your hummus changing the flavour of it, so I have to eat it myself. The other half was much better with the spiralized courgette, I love that! And he ate that! No complains with my avocado on toast, which I customised and ask them not to include the lentils that were suppose to come with it as the idea of avocado on toast with lentils was not very appeling. The gluten free bread and the flavour of the whole thing was very nice. But I should say it was difficult to digest. I felt like a stone inside me for a couple of hours.

The last thing to say about my experience today here is the shocking price of a simple freshly squized orange juice: £6!!!!! this is the most expensive orange juice we will ever have. I hope the oranges where organic cultivated with love in a not too far away place.



Overall, I will keep going, but ask for salad the next time, never again for orange juice and I will customise the kid meal.



I still love the place, I have never found a vegan place (or any for that matter) that completely satifice me. I keep trying!

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Health, tasty salads - Edit

The Classic Salad made a filling lunch with lots of wholegrains. Expensive for a salad (but they are based in Neal's Yard so their rates must be high).

Pros: All vegan, Interesting salads, Located in Covent Garden

Cons: Limited seating (but they do take away), Pricey for a salad

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Nice cozy little place - Edit

Inside a lovely little courtyard I found this place. Tasty food and nice atmosphere!

Pros: Cozy place, Friendly staff, Good food

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delicious salad bowls - Edit

The food here is delicious, healthy, and comes in large portions. There is a good amount of choice with gf options too, and it's centrally located in London. Only gripes are not much seating, no bathrooms, and a bit expensive for salad - but this is central london. Tap water is available though

Pros: location, menu diversity, taste

Cons: price, lack of seating, no bathrooms

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Fantastic vegan food! - Edit

This is a cute little cafe in the quaint little Neal's Yard. My partner ordered the green smoothie bowl which was amazing. We both ordered Lemonjito juices which were very original and refreshing. I got a vanilla cinnamon chai latte with almond milk which overall was great but I tasted an extra little spice I couldn't quite place but could have down without. Great service and it's right near another great vegan cafe, Wild Food. I wasn't that hungry otherwise I would have been keen to try the mushroom breakfast dish.

Pros: All vegan

Cons: Not so keen on the chai

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great place - Edit

Went there for breakfast, food was healthy, fresh, colourful and delicious. Staff were friendly and welcoming. Would recommend.

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Enjoyed every bit of the SaladPride - Edit

A great vegan place. Nice and cozy atmosphere with friendly staff and great food.
Not to mention a great place to meet like-minded people and have a chat over a smoothie or a salad.
There is an option for everyone. The best part is that you can order almost all dishes by your own taste.

Pros: Fast service, Friendly staff, Tasty

Cons: A bit on the pricey side

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High quality healthy food - Edit

Cosy little place in Neal's Yard, Covent Garden serving the best healthy food, salads and broth bowls, juices and raw desserts, friendly staff too.

Pros: quality ingredients, tasty, friendly staff

Cons: small venue

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Delicious healthy raw goodness - Edit

Came here as we were starving after a day shopping. It's true that the portions are not very big but the quality of the food is excellent and it is in neal's yard, so you get what you pay for. We got the classic salad which was amazing and nice and filling and the oriental salad which i regretted choosing as it was too light and not filling enough so we had to swap so we both got our fill.

We tried the little cheesecake squares as well, the sea salt caramel one was absolutely divine, the berry one was ok, not as good as the caramel one. It's a charming little place and I'm glad there are now 2 vegan places in Neal's yard as wild food cafe often has a very long waiting list for seats!

Pros: healthy delicious food, charming little cafe, neal's yard has great atmosphere

Cons: portion sizes a bit small, oriental salad not filling enough

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A bit too healthy - Edit

Salads all seemed a tad too healthy and pricy, on a cold day I needed some wholesome healthy warm food, so I went for a daily special a comfort bowl of quinoa curry, which was lovely but was more of a soup. Cakes tiny squares for £3 if I remember it right. Good place if you like your salads, fair enough, it's called Salad Pride.

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Delicious - Edit

I popped in here a few days ago for a snack and a drink to go. I ended up trying the coconut milk beetroot latte and a square of salted caramel cheesecake. The latte was a charming shade of pink and very sweet but the beetroot was a little too strong for me. It tasted very earthy and you couldn't taste the coconut through that. The cheesecake was complete and utter bliss. It all cost me 6 pounds and at first I thouht the latte and cheesecake were very small for the price but actually, when I had finished them both I was completely full. I'm definitely visiting again.

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Another useless vegan joint pretending to be healthy - Edit

Went there for a quick lunch on a Sunday and was far from impressed.
Their portion sizes are ridiculous. I spent 14£ and left like I had nothing to eat.
Surely when you serve courgette pasta to people you should know that half of cup won't be enough.
The staff was simply appalling. Lazy, not helpful and rude.
At the least if the taste was exceptional maybe it would have been ok but it didn't even taste good.

Really dont recommend unless you are happy with eating 100 calories for 14£.

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cute, healthy treats - Edit

I have eaten here twice- they often run out of bits, but the staff are very helpful and will find a nice substitution for you. Very good for vegan & gluten free. Very healthy and filling, but don't expect vegan junk food or huge portions. I find myself craving this wholesome food :)

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I would like to go back - Edit

I've only been once so far, had lunch there on my own the other day, and I thought it was really nice. Pretty small place, but they hade a few tables outside, nice busy atmosphere and the staff was super lovely. They have a very apetizing and exciting menu (which I'll post a picture of) which consists in: six all-day breakfast options, six glorious salad options, a few cool add ons (like homemade cashew cheese, bread, or hommous), smoothies, cakes...

Pros: All Vegan (and gf)

Cons: It might not be easy to find somewhere to sit, sin

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an amazing find! - Edit

The salads are very substantial and you can't go wrong with the Beetroot latte (try with coconut milk!) and the mint and vanilla cake. Great atmosphere in a premium location

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surprised for sure! - Edit

Came across salad pride by accident, however fell in love with how delicious their salads and desserts are.

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Must visit again! - Edit

Although it's been open for 3 months, I would of expected to be way more positive reviews! Conveniently located in the heart of Covent Garden, this restaurant is surely worthy of its location in Neal's Yard.

You have a selection of dozen salads, all of which contain delicious organic and nutritious ingredients. Everything is Vegan besides the option of adding dairy/eggs for vegetarians. They also have vegan deserts!

Highly recommend!

Pros: Location, Vegan deserts

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