Our selection of partners has been guided by the UN Sustainable Development Goals, the Chef’s Manifesto (a practical guide that details simple steps chefs can take to deliver a better food system for all) and the Social Gastronomy Movement (an initiative to address social inequality, fight hunger, and improve nutritional education). All of our partners have been specifically chosen because of their extraordinary quality and because they are part of an effort to generate solutions.



More than just a fruit and vegetable supplier, Natoora is revolutionising the supply chain in order to create a more responsible food system that preserves seed varieties, growing techniques and flavours that are threatened by modern industrial farming. With a trusted community of small growers that goes deep into the richest growing regions of Europe, their sourcing goes beyond incredible flavour. Their mission is to create a more meaningful supply chain that will transform the future of food forever.



Our coffee is a custom, single origin blend from Huila, Colombia, provided to us by Volcano Coffee, an independent coffee roastery based in South London. Volcano specialise in working with small farmers who are committed to their communities and the promotion of sustainability. Working with Red Associations, on the ground in Colombia, Volcano provide us with coffee that is 100% sustainable and compostable whilst also providing a positive impact to the community where the bean was farmed.



We work closely with The Husbandry School in Devon, a husband and wife run farm that explores the practice of ecologically sound land management on Dartmoor. They grow vegetables of all shapes and sizes, encouraging restaurants to use a variety of produce to help reduce food waste.



Working directly with sustainable boats across the country, Pesky’s 100% transparent chain enables us to source fish straight from the skipper and into our kitchen in as little as 5 hours. Supported by their revolutionary supply chain model, Pesky are helping fishermen to achieve higher, fairer prices for their catch – all with the ambition of creating a better, more sustainable industry for fish, fishermen and consumers.



Our black teas are being supplied by Postcard Teas who, in 2008 , were the first tea company in the world to put the makers’ name and location on all of their 60 teas. They specialise in working with small producers of less than 15 acres which is better for the people, places and our planet.



We are partnering with the Beyond Food Foundation, an organisation which helps those affected by homelessness to develop skills and find meaningful employment in the hospitality sector. Each year we will accept graduates coming directly from their training programs to work in our kitchens as part of our commitment to support local communities and build an inclusive approach to staffing.