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The Best Healthy Restaurants In London

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Updated: 9 February 2017
Here are some of London’s fabulously nutrient rich restaurants that have made healthy eating and living not only easy, but delicious and exciting too.

Tanya’s Café, Chelsea

Tanya’s Café offers a completely organic, ethically sourced, raw living and gluten free menu. The beauty of nature is not only present in the artfully created dishes but the restaurant interior itself. The menu ranges from cold pressed juices and nut milk lattes to superfood mains and cocktails. If squeaky clean skin, strong nails and luscious locks are what you’re after, then head to Tanya’s, as her wholesome dishes guarantee beauty from the inside out.

Tanya’s Café, Chelsea, myhotel, 35 Ixworth Place, London, UK, +44 020 7225 7538

 

Tanya's Cafe | Courtesy of Tanya's Cafe

Tanya’s Cafe | Courtesy of Tanya’s Cafe


The Detox Kitchen

A celebrity favourite, The Detox Kitchen is a treasure trove of all things nourishing and replenishing. With a number of thriving delis, they’ll even deliver deliciously healthy food straight to your door. Focusing on quality ingredients, Lily Simpson has created a menu packed with flavour, which is also free from wheat, dairy and refined sugar. Dishes include courgetti with basil and cashew pesto and griddled sweet potato, red onion, soya lemon yoghurt and honey pecans.

The Detox Kitchen, 10 Mortimer Street, London, UK, +44 020 7636 5303

 

Brunch at The Detox Kitchen | Courtesy of The Detox Kitchen

Brunch at The Detox Kitchen | Courtesy of The Detox Kitchen


Nama, Notting Hill

Nama in Notting Hill is all about raw food and innovative dishes that will keep you feeling full and energised throughout the day. Nama is the perfect place for a vitamin packed menu with mouthwatering dishes, such as raw Italian pasta, pad thai and even raw pizza with seed cheese, caramelised onions and marinated mushrooms on a courgette and walnut base. Their desserts are equally sensational with the likes of raw tiramisu and chocolate ganache torte delighting their menu.

Nama, 110 Talbot Road, London, UK, +44 020 7313 4638

Cannelloni | Courtesy of Nama

Cannelloni | Courtesy of Nama


The Retreat Café at triyoga Soho

This little gem is a gluten, dairy and sugar-free vegetarian café serving cleansing juices, delicious breakfasts and a range of salads, hot foods and protein packed snacks. Perfect for a nutrient rich meal, the food at The Retreat Café is sure to leave your body and taste buds singing in delight. Rumour has it that they will soon be launching a delivery service, detox programmes, health talks, supper clubs, yoga retreats and more.

The Retreat Café, Kingly Court, Carnaby Street, Carnaby, London, UK, +44 020 3362 3355

 

Courtesy of Retreat Cafe

Courtesy of Retreat Cafe


RAW at La Suite West

Chic, contemporary, high-end and RAW. If you’re after a raw and vegan fine-dining experience, or perhaps even afternoon tea, RAW is the place to go. A regularly changing, vibrant, and creative menu bursting with flavour and exquisite presentation is the highlight of this restaurant. Try their tofu tricolore salad, aubergine rollatini, lemon meringue and their afternoon tea.

RAW, La Suite West, 41-51 Inverness Terrace, London, UK, +44 020 7313 8484

RAW Afternoon Tea | © RAW Restaurant | La Suite West Hotel

RAW Afternoon Tea | © RAW Restaurant | La Suite West Hotel

Raw Press

Once you’ve experienced a Raw Press cold-pressed juice, there’s no turning back. From super green to beetroot to citrus, each and every juice is packed with a super nutrient boost. Other items on their menu are their almond ‘mylks,’ which come in a range of flavours. They also serve a variety of nutrient-rich and wholesome salads, many of which are also paleo-friendly.

Raw Press, 32 Dover Street, London, UK, +44 020 3627 3190

 

Courtesy of Raw Press

Courtesy of Raw Press


The Good Life Eatery

The Good Life Eatery is all about creating healthy and natural food that tastes phenomenal. Once you’ve tried their breakfast Acai Bowl, breakfasts will never be the same again. From cold-pressed juices and smoothies to an abundant all day superfood menu, you will leave their store feeling saint-like.

The Good Life Eatery, 20 Motcomb Street, London, UK, +44 020 7838 9172

 

Acai Bowl | Courtesy of The Good Life Eatery

Acai Bowl | Courtesy of The Good Life Eatery