I love Le Pain Quitodien. Even though it’s an American restaurant I took my mom to the one in Parsons Green on our way to Whole Foods Kensington.
It’s always great for a light meal that’s fresh and organic. Since I can’t eat soup without shoveling large amounts of bread in my piehole*, I always order an extra serving. Their bread is delish!
*Urban dictionary tells me piehole is one word, but I thought it was two! What’s your opinion? Should it be piehole or pie hole?
I got a tomato + basil soup that appeared to have no cream in it, so I was extra super duper pleased.
Mama bear ordered a lemon polenta cake and oh my goodness, this was holy. Pretty little strawb + cream on the side.
At Whole Foods there was a sale on rainbow chard, so I bought some to sauté for my breakfast. Surprisingly I’ve never cooked with Swiss chard and I’m really excited about it!
I also bought Kombucha, which I’ve read a lot about on food blogs but never tried before. Hope it’s good!
Aren’t beets always gorgeous?
Whole Foods Kensington is the biggest WF I’ve ever been to. I don’t know how big your local WF is, but this one is two huge floors with a third floor food court. It’s definitely a shopping experience.
I saw this at the food bar, and I’ll be making it this week! I’m going to sub oat cream for regular cream and I think it’s going to be one tasty vegan dish.
That’s another thing I love about Whole Foods – I get so many food ideas from just looking at their hot food selections!