In the modern society, especially in developed countries, food has by far surpassed the state of necessity. It has now become a personal characteristic, something that defines the individual and sometimes serves as a standard of his own beliefs, defining a certain way of life.
Out of the ways you can live your life through food, the most popular or better yet the most vocal lately is veganism, portrayed both under the auspices of a healthy lifestyle and as a manifest against the ill-treatment of animals used for human consumption.
Wild Forrest represents such a vegan vision, its story being built on the premises of health and self-esteem, but the story goes a little further. For Wild Forrest, food also represents a return to nature, to simple things, to unaltered, unprimed primordial needs.
However, the taste is superior, and the combination of ingredients is a bold one. Basically, Wild Forrest takes everything that is natural, everything that the earth offers, and experiments: tastes, flavors, combinations, etc. The company also takes its role as a socially responsible entity seriously, insisting on the promotion of local ingredients and producers. Nevertheless, in terms of dishes, it is also keen on exotic products, thus creating a link between the local and traditional on one hand and exotic and innovative on the other. The menu is therefore extremely rich, especially if we remember that all dishes are cooked only from vegetables and fruit, being as fresh and as natural as possible.
The nutrition aspect also plays an extremely important part in the Wild Forrest philosophy, which pays particular attention to the nutritional balance of a dish. What is on the plate has to give the body no more and no less than the optimal dose of carbohydrates, lipids and proteins. Practically, through their effort, unprecedented in Romania, Wild Forrest managed to bring the old proverb of "you are what you eat" to a totally different level.