The Pride Kitchen is a small food company that creates whole food quality and plant based products with respect and understanding of nature as a core.

Born through the experience of my cafe SaladPride at Neal's Yard and the Plant Hub restaurant and cafe based in Hackney,  London, it has developed itself into a research and production centre for plant food exploration and development, working with organic, local and curated ingredients, to bring comfort food to the next level. 

Keeping simple, easy to make for everyone, and fun!


Created to satisfy all gluten-free and vegan cravings, inspired by my first London Cafe at Neal's Yard and later on by my restaurant Plant Hub, and now ready for you to make at home.

After a few years of working on how to make gluten-free and vegan bread and cakes in the London based Restaurants in Neal’s Yard and Mare Street, I feel I have found a good balance between flavour, texture, and technique.




While making SupperLove (my third book about soups), I felt pretty sick cooking meat and I realised that my body I was really refusing to it.
I then decided to turn SaladPride, my Covent Garden cafe Vegan.

Yes it’s been very trendy lately to go vegan, but for me it’s been a real call, my body is been creating the path.

In the same time I’ve been exposed and I’ve watched to a lot of documentaries about animal farming that made me think I don’t want to be part of this. I do feel for the animal and I do feel for the consequences of animal farming on the planet.




When I opened my first SaladPride, my Covent Garden, I was well aware of the repercussions of gluten in your gut health, so I started to search for GF products to sell and, to my despair, I couldn't find any product that was up to my standard, so I started a long journey of research and development that made me develop, test e refine various GF and Vegan products that I now sell from my website.



Britain’s supermarkets are have flooded their shelves with cheap, highly refined, very unnatural vegan and gluten free foods to satisfy the need of the customers. A lot non vegans, especially the are now very against those as they are very unnatural and processed.

Plant based food is aimed to satisfy both vegans and non vegans by serving organic, natural and tasty veggies using modern culinary techniques and ancient traditions such as fermentation.