Food - Our Top 3 Local Healthy Restaurants

London definitely seems to be half way through a health revolution. The kale, green juice and chia seed diet has made it across the Atlantic, with England’s capital lapping up anything Whole Foods has to offer.

This is no more evident than in the healthy restaurants that are popping up all over the city. No longer few and far between, you don’t have to go far to find a restaurant serving up a variety of superfoods or healthier versions of classic dishes. This doesn’t mean they’re boring either; here are our three favourite healthy restaurants in London that serve up delicious food without the carb-guilt.

Grain Store

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One of many amazing restaurants on Granary Square at King’s Cross, Grain Store has an eclectic menu where vegetables are the starting 11 of the team – rather than the subs. Inspired by chef Bruno Loubet’s many travels, the influence on the menu is varied – from Japanese culture to Spanish and Greek charisma – and the flavours are unbeatable.

You’ll find Grain Store at Granary Square, 1-3 Stable Street, N1C 4AB.
Check out their the website here.

 

Sea Containers

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Part of London’s Mondrian Hotel, this riverside restaurant serves light, seasonal dishes inspired by British and American cuisine. Being right on the river, it’s fitting that Sea Containers serves up a lot of fresh fish and seafood dishes with the ceviche being one of the best things on the menu.

Sea Containers can be found at the Mondrian, 20 Upper Ground, SE1 9PD.
Take a look at their menu here.

 

Andina

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Leaving best 'til last, Andina in Shoreditch is Peruvian food at its most graceful. With ingredients and flavours coming from the Peruvian Andes, Andina is innovative, fresh and delicious, serving up ceviche, street food and small plates of traditional yet contemporary delights.

Andina can be found at 1 Redchurch Street, London E2 7DJ.
Visit the website here.

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