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Best healthy eating spots in London


As the weather gets colder, it can be all too easy to give in to winter comfort foods. Why not opt instead for fresh, nutrient-packed foods from one of these top healthy eating spots in London. Whether you are after a vitamin-packed smoothie from Roots and Bulbs or some organic dining at Wild Food Café, we offer our edit of the best healthy eating restaurants in London

Emily Scrivener
Emily Scrivener ,

Daylesford Organic
Daylesford Organic  has more than 60 national and international awards to its name, and its organic farm shop and café in the heart of Notting Hill is a real must-visit for anyone passionate about healthy food. Everything on the menu is made from fresh and organic ingredients straight from its own farms, with the menu reflecting the changes in the seasons. After enjoying a delicious meal, why not peruse the shop and stock up on fresh, seasonal produce, from artisanal cheeses and honey to organic meats.

Daylesford Organic, 208-212 Westbourne Grove, London W11 2RH, +44 (0)20 7313 8050

The Good Life Eatery
The Good Life Eatery has rapidly become a celebrity magnet and one of London’s hottest health-food spots thanks to its clean-and-lean approach to eating. Situated in Chelsea, the Good Life Eatery is the go-to place for vitamin-packed smoothies and juices and gluten-free delights. This popular spot sits just 25, so is perfect for a quick guilt-free lunch on the go or post-gym treat. Make a beeline for its gluten-free brownies and sin-free loaf cakes.

The Good Life Eatery, 59 Sloane Avenue, London SW3 3DH, +44 (0)20 7052 9388

Roots and Bulbs
Health food and smoothies are the stuff of the moment, and Roots and Bulbs has been a key game changer in the health revolution. As London’s first cold-pressed juice bar, it offers options such as G1, a revitalising combination of green vegetables, lemon, ginger and spice, and superfood-ingredient smoothies such as the Gym Freak, All Day Breakfast and The Bee, complete with bee pollen. The food is equally delicious, with chia seed pots top of our to-buy list.

Roots and Bulbs, 5 Thayer Street, London W1U 3JG, +44 (0)20 7299 9559

Detox Kitchen
Nestled away in Soho’s Kingly Court, the Detox Kitchen offers guilt-free delights which are perfect after an afternoon of shopping indulgence. Small but perfectly formed, the deli offers an array of healthy lunch and snack options from fresh seasonal salads to sin-free smoothies and puddings. The Detox Kitchen also supplies special packages designed by nutritionists and top chefs to kick-start your healthy eating journey. 

Detox Kitchen, 10 Kingly Street, London W1B 5PJ, +44 (0)20 7498 6417

Wild Food Café
For anyone who wants to look good on the inside as well on the outside, we recommend the Wild Food Café inside Neal’s Yard. The café has a focus on raw foods, all freshly prepared daily and, where possible, sourced from independent suppliers and organic producers. A calming oasis in the heart of bustling Covent Garden, the Wild Food Café serves nutrient-packed food that tastes delicious as well as boosting your wellbeing. Be sure to leave room for pudding – the raw chocolate and almond mousse is not to be missed.

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

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