Cubitt House Group

A group of London gastropubs, which put farms and producers front-and-centre of proceedings with regular meet-the-makers events.

Various locations;

Long Arm Pub & Brewery

A pub from the ETM Group, which uses a kitchen garden to eliminate as much wastage and food miles as possible from its day-to-day operations.

20-26 Worship Street, EC2A 2DX;

Plaquemine Lock

A community-led pub that contributes to a host of local charitable and community initiatives.

139 Graham Street, N1 8LB;

The Alexandra

The Alex is a Wimbledon pub with a focus on using ethically sourced produce in its food, which has made a name for itself by offering free meals to anyone on their own at Christmas.

33 Wimbledon Hill Road, SW19 7NE;

The Antwerp Arms

Rescued by locals in 2013 and now run as a cooperative, the Antwerp Arms is a hub for its North London community.

168-170 Church Road, N17 8AS;

The Duke of Cambridge

A gastropub that serves as the home of Riverford, an organic farm in Devon, the Duke serves almost entirely organic produce and is an outspoken evangelist for the movement in the UK.

30 St Peter's Street, N1 8JT;

The Harwood Arms

The only Michelin-starred pub in London, the Harwood Arms offers modern Brtitish food with a focus on seasonal and wild produce.

Walham Grove, SW6 1QP;

The Hour Glass

A pub with serious food credentials, which uses a supply chain of celebrated British farms and producers.

279-283 Brompton Road, SW3 2DY;

The Ivy House

The first cooperatively owned pub in London, this Nunhead venue fosters a genuine sense of community.

40 Stuart Road, SE15 3BE;

The Three Stags

A Kennington pub with a focus on local and sustainable food, recently awarded a three-star rating from the Sustainable Restaurant Association.

67-69 Kennington Road, SE1 7PZ;