Just like fashion, food and drinks trends change with the seasons. Whether it be an almond milk trend or an avocado trend, the kind of food and drinks that are popular is constantly changing. It’s important to know what to look out for in the coming spring season, so here is a quick list of what you can expect to see trending in Spring 2020!

  1. Plant-based food

As you probably have seen, plant-based food has been extremely popular recently, and that’s not stopping anytime soon. Whether it be plant-based burgers, falafel sandwiches, our just a simple salad, being plant-based is anything but boring. If you are looking for something like this, try out tibits! Tibits is a buffet-style restaurant; you fill your plate up with as much amazing food as you can and pay for its weight. With a Bankside and Mayfair location, you’ll find plenty of delicious plant-based food to try, like their gommae or green shakshuka!

  1. Non-alcoholic drinks

Another trend you might be seeing pop-up this spring is non-alcoholic cocktails! If you’re looking to cut down on your alcohol consumption or know somebody that doesn’t drink, you can still have fun going out with some of these cocktails. If you’re looking to try, check out Heads + Tails in West Hampstead who have a great selection of non-alcoholic drinks.

  1. Japanese cuisine

Lastly, another great trend that you’ll start to see in the coming months is Japanese cuisine! Japanese food is seriously delicious, so it is for good reason. If you’re itching to try out some Japanese food in London, try out Sakagura in Mayfair. Sakagura is a Japanese restaurant that definitely packs a punch. With options like Poke Donburi or Yakiniku Barbeque, you’ll be sure to leave Sakagura fully satisfied.

Those are just a few trends to expect this upcoming season, so keep your eye-out and be ready to try something new!

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