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Naughty By Nature, London’s first healthy living pop up bar launched last week in Vauxhall and was the perfect event to attend on a sunny Saturday evening.

Greeted at the door with a glass of skinny prosecco we were welcomed into a hidden space that was filled with beautiful flowers from Bloomon and delicious smells from Toshka, Pomodoro E Basilico and Cake and Cucumber.

Having given up chocolate, well trying to give up sugar for lent, this was the perfect event to attend as it meant I could still have delicious cake that didn’t contain sugar. Cake and Cucumber’s selection of banana, chocolate (these looked incredible) and (my favourite) charcoal cake looked too good not to try and did not disappoint. I had never tried charcoal cake and this was something I couldn’t get enough of. Rather I ended up buying a slice which came with a salted caramel sauce which complimented the cake perfectly giving it that extra bit of sweetness.

Pomodoro E Basilico – Italian home-made artisan vegan food – had some amazing Buddha bowls as well as jack fruit burgers. I had never tried jack fruit before so these were a bit of a treat especially as they were accompanied by peanut butter, slaw & strawberry bbq kale. Their twix bars made with dates, peanut butter, coconut and dark chocolate proved super popular and looked amazing too.

Toskha (country food, city twist, for veggies and non-veggies) were serving endless supplies of their fresh and delicious avocado, veggie hash as well as their smoky non veggie dishes, chorizo and pork hash with sweet potato – both were amazing.

For drinks there was a choice of six cocktails. We opted for forbidden forest, a rum based cocktail which was smoky, sweet and delicious and the Strawberry fields. I loved this as it was super refreshing, floral and too easy to drink. I could have easily had a few of these!

Healthy, nutritious and delicious food accompanied by cocktails, summer soul music and a great venue, Naughty by Nature’s pop up was a great day out and I look forward to more events from them later in the Summer.

To find out more about what’s coming up you can do so here.