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Natural bowl food for Soho – SOW to launch this summer

In the fast pace of London life, convenience is king and new kid on the block, SOW, is planting itself on Soho’s Great Marlborough Street this June, providing time-poor workers and busy shoppers with delicious bowl food on-the-go. And with Frederick Forster, a former National Chef of the Year and Roux Scholar, behind the concept, this is fast food that’s full of flavour and nutrition.

Check it out for yourself and head to SOW  for their soft launch from 11th – 16th June with 50% off food for everyone, and if you’re one of the lucky ones through the doors at 12 noon on opening day, 17th June, a choice of main course bowls will await free of charge.

Open from breakfast through to late evening, Forster is on a mission to bring ‘good food to the high street’ with a menu that draws inspiration from around the world. Each bowl is prepared fresh and fast, layered with natural ingredients and complimenting textures to create a satisfying one-dish meal, from warming breakfasts and uplifting lunches, to wholesome salads, suppers and snacks in between. With health-conscious, vegan and gluten-free options, there’s something for everyone.

Breakfast bowls include the likes of coconut milk pancakes; a smoked salmon, egg and spinach bun; or bean stew with avocado and eggs,whilst nourishment from lunchtime through to dinner comes in the form of fresh chargrilled tuna salad; Thai green curry; and lamb meatballs with couscous, tomatoes and Greek yoghurt.

Vibrant vegan and vegetarian dishes include a quinoa salad with chargrilled broccoli; and butternut squash, aubergine and chickpea curry, whilst tasty sweet treats include chia pudding with dates and roasted cashews.

Coffee comes courtesy of speciality roasters, Allpress, tea is organic from Joe’s Tea Co and there’s an array of juices and soft drinks, including kombucha, to quench thirsts.

A refreshingly honest take on natural food to go – get bowled over by SOW.

SOW is located at 39 Great Marlborough Street, London, W1F 7JG


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