Acorn House in London's King's Cross, which opens on Tuesday, may be the greenest restaurant in Britain. The restaurant is the brainchild of its head chef Arthur Potts Dawson of the Bliss Restaurant Consultancy. The eaterie buys most of its food in season from local suppliers, serves English wines and water from biodegradable bottles. It sources its Fairtrade coffee from Brazil and any imported items arrive by boat rather than plane. The restaurant's waste is mulched and processed through an onsite wormery to fertilise the vegetable and herb garden situated on the restaurant's roof. Acorn House will also be a training establishment and hopes to change the environmentally damaging practices of the catering industry as a whole. The Independent 11/11/06 page 12