By Shauna
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Healthy Eats London

There are many places to get your food fix on in London, and more healthy eateries are popping up all the time. If you are living in or visiting London here are a few options for clean and lean dining.

Wild Food Café

1st Floor 14 Neal’s Yard, Covent Garden


Wild Food is a cosy café located in Neal’s Yard Covent Garden perfect for a great tasting lunch or dinner. Try the delicious super salad packed with goodness including amaranth, courgetti spaghetti, hijiki seaweed and avocado or their raw chocolate tart served with activated almonds and a date caramel sauce. Plus enjoy one of their smoothies or fresh juices and check out their board for the wild weekly specials.

Nama Artisan Raw Foods

110 Talbot Road, W11 1JR, London


Nama is a great spot for a healthy meal full of vitamins and nutrients. There menu is packed with raw, vegan and unprocessed dishes that will have you going back for more. Try their sushi platter with kohlrabi rice, beautiful veggies, avocado and a sesame dipping sauce. Nama also has a great selection fresh smoothies and juices, Sweet Green is one of my favs!

Goodlife Eatery

59 Sloane Avenue, SW3 3DH, London


The Goodlife Eatery has many menu options designed to incorporate nutrient dense ingredients, this gem has been dishing up inspiring plates of goodness since 2013 and has two locations. Try the goodness bowl for a superfood hit and one of the insanely good cold pressed juices.

Tanya’s Café

Myhotel, 35 Ixworth Pl, London SW3 3QX


Tanya’s is a completely organic, raw food restaurant with great menu options. They have cold pressed juices, creative dishes like their rawsome tacos and even serve superfood cocktails! Try their Living Pad Thai with a colourful rainbow of shredded veggies, mixed nuts and a delightful sauce and leave room for one of their incredible raw desserts. The Keylime Pie made with lime, avocado, cashew and mango or the Raw Carrot Cake with flaxseed and cashew icing. Everything on the menu is special and plated up beautifully.