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Silo, The First Zero Waste Restaurant

From Noma and St. John to his own restaurant, Doug McMaster has managed to be waste free

We recently took a trip to Brighton to visit the UK’s first zero waste restaurant. The pioneer and visionary behind the concept is chef Douglas McMaster. The restaurant has taken sustainability into account at every turn, from investing in their own compost machine for all food scraps, to up-cycled tables and chairs, and plates made of melted down plastic bags. McMaster has spent time in such illustrious kitchens as Noma and St. John so not only is the food all seasonal and locally sourced, but executed to the highest culinary standards as well. Silo is responsible for breaking boundaries and setting new heights for both the standard of British cuisine and produce, as well as changing the way food is cooked, presented and disposed of for the greater good of the local environment. Obviously we couldn’t wait to get down there. Shot by the photographic duo Hill & Aubrey, the result is a beautiful, sustainable endeavour worth visiting The North Laine’s of Brighton for.

 

 

Bon appétit! Check them out HERE.