When visiting a new city, it can be hard to find a right place to eat. Especially, in case you want to taste something delicious and healthy. In many areas of London, the streets are dotted with restaurants, and choosing one of them can be quite difficult. Plus, the food served there is not very nutritious. But no worries! As for healthy food restaurants, they appear in increasing quantities, and now it’s much easier to fill your plate with tasty, fresh and natural food. So, we offer you 10 best organic food establishments of London…
The Detox Kitchen
All food there is completely free of wheat, dairy products and refined sugar. All the vegetables are grown in the UK. Fish is only freshly caught and the meat is obtained from British farmers who also don’t use any preservatives. This food is ideal for vegetarians and vegans, as well as for people who like clean food and practice cleansing the body of toxins.
Address: 10 Kingly St, Carnaby
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-6.30pm, Saturday 9am-6pm, Sunday 11am-5pm
Tanya’s Cafe is situated in the heart of the Chelsea district and provides a fully organic menu. The owner of the establishment Tanya (who is a holistic coach) has opened the cafe when she realized that there are no special options in the city where you can eat raw or organic food. Tanya’s Café is the only European bar serving mixes of natural alcoholic drinks and cold pressed juices. The cafe sells only organically grown, completely raw products based on plants, without gluten, refined sugar and dairy products.
Address: 35 Ixworth Pl, Chelsea
Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 11am-10pm, Sunday 11am-4pm, Monday closed
Nama Foods is a raw food restaurant situated on Talbot Rd. The food that is sold there includes Italian pizza with cheese and cereals, caramelized onions and pickled mushrooms with zucchini and walnuts. Also, you can try there clearing fresh juice, fruit cocktails and health products, including organic salads and pasta.
Address: 110 Talbot Rd
Hours: Tuesday-Thursday 12pm-10pm, Friday and Saturday 9am-11pm, Sunday 9am-6pm, Monday closed
Good Life Eatery
Situated in Chelsea district, Good Life Eatery is famous for its simple dishes, whose motto is ‘Simple, clean and fresh’! The establishment became the first London’s cafe offering cold pressed juices. These juices are made with the help of a custom-made hydraulic press that extracts all vitamins, enzymes and minerals from fruits and vegetables without loss of flavor or nutritional benefits.
Address: 59 Sloane Ave, Chelsea
Hours: Monday-Friday 7.30am-8pm, Saturday 8am-7pm, Sunday 9am-6pm
90% of the food serving in Farmer J is cooked directly in the restaurant. All the ingredients used in the kitchen are derived from quality high-welfare farms. The choice of dishes in Farmer J includes the Acai Energy Bowl (served with mixed fruits, almond milk, oats and coconut), Chicken Sandwich and avocado (grilled chicken, mayonnaise, cayenne pepper, avocado, cucumber and red onions) and Roasted Sea Trout sprinkled with Tamari and covered with Salsa Verde sauce on the top.
Address: 107 Leadenhall St
Hours: Monday-Friday 7.30am-9pm, Saturday and Sunday closed
Juicebaby specializes in organic dishes and various healthy juices. Also, it offers a take-away healthy food.
You can try various juices, such as Green Light (pineapple, cucumber, celery, seasonal greens, and lemon), Beetroot Boy (carrots, beets, apple, and lemon), as well as Gold Autumn (seasonal sweet apples) and much more.
Address: 398 King’s Rd, Chelsea
Hours: Monday-Saturday 8am-7pm, Sunday 9am-7pm
Grill Market was opened in 2014 and offers dishes which are ideal for people who want to enjoy organic food. The menu includes a steak with caramel onions, halumi cheese and much more. Among drinks, the most popular ones are Skin Enhancer (avocado, apple, lime and ginger), Alkaliser (kiwi, celery, lime, spinach and cucumber) and Green n’ Clean (spinach, lime and cucumber).
Address: 10 Theobalds Road, Holborn
Hours: Monday-Friday 7.30am-6.30pm, Saturday and Sunday closed
Rude Health Café
Located in Fulham on the New Kings Road, Rude Health Café provides excellent options for vegans, vegetarians and people who like to eat cleansing food. It uses only those ingredients that all people can find in their kitchen. There are no thickeners, stabilizers, sweeteners, preservatives, dyes, flavoring and any other additives. If you’re in Rude Health Café, forget about anything artificial!
Address: 212 New King’s Rd, Fulham
Hours: Monday-Friday 7.30am-5pm, Saturday and Sunday 8.30am-4pm
Everything that is sold in SHOT is fresh and produced right in the cafe by a team of cooks who don’t add anything to the dishes, except for the products that have proven their positive impact on human’s health. SHOT’s menu includes 85 percent of raw foods and 15 percent of minimally processed ingredients.
Address: 23 Bride Ln
Hours: Monday-Friday 7am-10pm, Saturday and Sunday closed
Raw Press was opened in 2014. All the juices served there are raw, organic and cold pressed. The cafe features a warm and welcoming interior, plus there are newspapers for viewing and free Wi-Fi.
Address: 3 Ellis St, Belgravia
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-6pm, Saturday and Sunday 9am-5pm
Organic food is your step towards health and longevity – it’s never too late to start a healthy lifestyle. So, if you have a nice journey to London, set off to any of these cafes to enjoy tasty organic food. And don’t forget to use London car rental for quick getting around the UK capital!