Randall & Aubin and the Environment
At Randall & Aubin we are committed to improving and promoting our sustainability practices.
Our ethos is to provide a professional, efficient service, and we believe in working with fresh, seasonal, quality ingredients sourced from smaller, local suppliers wherever possible. We do not use processed foods and our menus are all created in house by our Head Chef Ed Baines with a focus on clean and simple recipes.
We recycle all of our paper, glass and plastic and are looking at how we can recycle our food waste.
Our Director Jamie Poulton has started an initiative with other Soho restaurants called Straw Wars, which encourages customers to think about whether they need to use plastic straws to serve as a reminder of the problems with plastic pollution in our seas and rivers. The bigger plan behind Straw Wars is to find an efficient and sustainable solution to the existing waste collection services in Soho and the target is to install an anaerobic waste system locally which will make an enormous difference to the Soho community in terms of sustainable waste management with less road pollution and congestion.
We also work with The House of St Barnabas on Greek Street who run The Life Skills Centre which offer courses and assistance to those who are or have been homeless to help them back into lasting employment and independence. We take on students who have completed their course at House of St Barnabas to work as trainees in our kitchen.
We work hard and passionately to provide what we believe is fresh, delicious quality food but we are also serious about our sustainable practices and recognise that our commitment to sustainability is an on going endeavour.
Straw Wars Campaign
What's it all about .. well go to the office Straw Wars website or watch the video below.