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Raspberry Smoothie | © ponce_photography / Pixabay
Raspberry Smoothie | © ponce_photography / Pixabay

The Best Fruit Smoothies In London

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Updated: 28 October 2016
With an abundance of juice and health bars opening across London it’s easy to be overwhelmed by choice. No matter whether you are after a more filling drink on the go, or something to go with your sit-in meal, here’s our guide to delicious fruit smoothies in London.

 

SuperNatural

One of London’s leading juice bar companies, SuperNatural produces healthy juices and nutritious food all at a cheap cost; however, it is their smoothies that stand out the most. From the delicious Bananaberry to the healthy Kale Smoothie, the team here creates these smoothies using fresh organic fruit and veg from New Covent Garden Market every day, right in front of their loyal customers.

Unit 4, Jubilee Line Ticket Platform Underground Station, London, Canary Wharf E14 4HJ, +44 (0) 20 7519 6067

Smoothies at SuperNatural | © Georgina Cope

Smoothies at SuperNatural | © Georgina Cope

 

Riding House Cafe

For a cafe that offers a little bit of everything, their smoothies are no exception. Riding House Cafe is the perfect place to enjoy breakfast, lunch, brunch or dinner. Their creative concoctions feature almond milk, to help create a smoothie like no other in London. So, whether you are comfortable at the communal table, or lounging as you question the stuffed squirrels on the wall, the smoothies are a must-try with any meal.

43-51 Great Titchfield St, London W1W 7PQ, +44 (0) 20 7927 0840

Smoothies | Courtesy of Riding House Cafe

Smoothies | Courtesy of Riding House Cafe

 

Crussh Fit Food

Blended fresh to order, there is no possible reason you should miss a smoothie from Crussh. Whether you want to try one of their unique flavors such as Pineapple Pleasure or Sicilian Lemon & Basil, or you want to add/remove something to make it your own — the choice is yours. Each smoothie is made of fruit, yoghurt and 100% pure orange, apple or pineapple juice, or if you’d rather sorbet in your smoothie, just ask. This is your quick and easy way to enjoy at least two portions of fruit in one large smoothie.

Various locations

 

Wild Food Cafe

If you’re after something to quench your thirst, but you also need to fill your belly, then a trip to Wild Food Cafe is in order. Set in the magical Neal’s Yard in Covent Garden, all smoothies made here use only the freshest ingredients, from local independent suppliers and organic producers. From the White Zen to the Wild Whip, this raw-centric, vegan / vegetarian eatery promotes aliveness that’s well worth an encounter.

14 Neal’s Yard, London WC2H 9DP, +44 (0) 20 7419 2014

Smoothie time 💗

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Daisy Green

Whether a smoothie will make you Go Bananas or if you’re a Vegan Nut, Australian inspired cafe Daisy Green offers four unique smoothies. Whether you want to enjoy your smoothie on its own, or alongside coconut bread french toast or The Bondi, we can guarantee you will feel like you’re relaxing on Bondi Beach in no time.

20 Seymour St, Marble Arch, London W1H 7HX, +44 (0) 20 7723 3301

Caffeine Hit & Yogi Berry Smoothies at Daisy Green | © Leyla Kazim

Caffeine Hit & Yogi Berry Smoothies at Daisy Green | © Leyla Kazim

 

Gym’s Kitchen

Calling all gym-enthusiasts: head over to the UK’s first protein-based restaurant, Gym’s Kitchen. Like the aforementioned, this kitchen provides the freshest ingredients that will support you with your health goals. From the classic Mango Madness to the new Acai Berry Smoothie, all drinks were designed by gourmet chefs, nutritionists and professional athletes.

388-392 High Road, Leyton E10 6QE, +44 (0) 20 8988 6362

☀️SunsOutSmoothiesOut ☀️ #eattrainlive #TeamGK

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