413 Mare Street,
In the heart of Hackney Central, on an unassuming high street like 80s paradise Palm Vaults. Fast becoming the most instagrammable area in the postcode, it’s proved itself to be more than just a pretty face.
With pretty pink lattes, lush floral interiors and a distinct 80s vibe, it’s easy to see how Palm Vaults has garnered a staggering forty-thousand followers, but it’s easy to be intoxicated with their stunning interiors and equally sumptuous menu, so much so it’s easy to forget the message behind the conception of Palm Vaults…
Quite simply, it’s vegan, dairy-free and pretentiousness-free plant-based food, with values of deliciousness at its core.
For those who are dairy-free, you will enjoy their milk alternatives, which are second to none. The drinks are prepared to look fabulous, making them ideal for a quick snap of your vegan avocado fudge cake and dairy free coffee to go.
The interior at this cafe in East London is fabulous too, really dreamy. When we say dreamy we mean plants and greenery surrounding you, backing up their claim to be a cafe offering a small plant-based menu, which changes every week we might add...
Perhaps the best part for some is that Palm Vaults is also dog friendly cafe so you can bring in your pampered pooch for a treat and take some snaps of them too, whilst enjoying all the delicious treats – all the knowing that your supporting local independents in East London.
Their take away cups are super cute too, whether you’re grabbing a takeaway matcha green tea, red velvet latte or a berry iced tea for example, you’ll be really impressed with the attention to detail when it comes to how the drinks look that you’ll be desperate to take a picture of your takeaway drink in your hand, and oh look, you managed to leave your brand new Paradise Row bag on the table and it just so happened to slip into a photo.
Words: Nicholas Diamond-Krendel