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Made fresh daily and always; Alma Café only serve locally produced, seasonal fruits and vegetables. Why? Because they’re fresher and better for you and the planet. Oh, and they support local farming communities too.

They strive to use certified organic produce where it matters. That means they follow the principal of ‘Dirty Dozen’ commonly practiced in the US) and by the UK Pesticide residue comittee). The list indicates which fruits and vegetables have the highest concentration of pesticide residue, and encourages consumers to at least those specific ones organic. That way you can be sure that what you’re eating is the very best.

They also embrace healthy fats. Not all calories are created equal. Fats from nuts, seeds, avocado, coconut and raw cacao (to name a few) are immensly satisfying, beautifying and support brain and heart health. They feature across all of Alma Café's food and drink menus, and they think you’ll love them too.

They serve protein responsibly. Alma Café knows that freedom of movement, sunlight and fresh air positively affect human health, so it’s no surprise that they benefit livestock too. That’s why they aim to source our poultry from free-range farms from across the UK.

Finally, the focus on whole grains. These are the ones that contain ALL the naturally occuring nutrients of the entire grain seed. They’re known to improve your energy levels, achieve healthy weight management and digestive health. They incorporate flavourful grains such as quinoa on our menus, which support optimal nutrition and are rich in protein.

Map & Directions

Road Directions

By car

The journey with car is depending on where you come from. However the most common route is via Lower Richmond Road.

Public Transport Directions

By bus

From Richmond station: Catch bus N419 from Stop C to Avondale Road; from Avondale Road (Stop S) pick up bus N209 to Barnes and get off at Barnes Red Lion.


Additional route: Bus N33 from Eton Street (Stop G) and get off at Barnes Red Lion stop.


By train

From Richmond station: Catch a South Western Railway train on Platform 2 to London Waterloo. 

Alma Café


2-3 Rocks Lane, Barnes, London, SW13 0DB

Tel: 020 8392 9135

Opening Times

Season (1 Jan 2023 - 31 Dec 2024)
Monday - Sunday08:00 - 17:00

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