Keep those Resolutions! 1. Healthy Eateries in London
The chiming in of a New Year means resolutions.
Drinking less, eating healthily, and exercising more, are usually high on the agenda. This January, in a series of posts, we are exploring the healthy eateries, juice bars and gyms to visit during your stay in the capital.
Perfect if you are visiting London in 2016 and don’t want to break your resolutions…
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Raw, vegetarian/vegan, gluten-free and palaeo are all buzz words surrounding the health-food movement.
In this post we explore a selection of London’s best healthy eateries. With cleverly combined flavours, and wholesome ingredients, these restaurants recreate traditionally calorific meals like lasagne, pasta or eggs benedict into nutrient packed, light dishes.
The perfect clean-eating brunch spot, a mere stone’s throw from Fulham Road. The entire menu is gluten-free, raw and of course, organic. Think green juices, matcha lattes, raw breads and super-seed granola bites.
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Read more about why Tanya Maher opened the café and started her journey towards healthy eating.
A raw food restaurant based in Notting Hill, they are open for breakfast lunch and dinner, boasting a wide range of delectable raw food goodies. Beyond dining they also offer raw food courses, catering, raw food cleanses, juice cleanses, and all manner of information on the raw food lifestyle.
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The Goodlife Eatery
A health food emporium located in Chelsea, founded by childhood friends, Yasmine and Shirin, after they became frustrated with the lack of quick and healthy bites in London. This establishment offers fresh, locally sourced food. They serve really great cakes that are vegan, gluten free and are without any refined sugar – too good to be true.
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A raw-centric, vegan/vegetarian eatery located in the Magical Neal’s Yard in Covent Garden, London. This café is all about wild, fresh and colourful ingredients. The food is made daily on the premises. And, after filling up on nutrient packed food – you can explore all Covent Garden has to offer.
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This food stall, is the brainchild of an Italian chef and a Swedish food enthusiast, brings fresh and healthy gourmet salads to Berwick Street, Soho. For around £5 you will get a generous portion of a mixed of salads to take away - you’ll easily get your five-a-day in one sitting. They love experimenting with recipes and use seasonal ingredients – meaning their menu is constantly changing.
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We hope you enjoy exploring London’s health-food movement and experimenting with new wholesome food combinations!
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