56 "Keeping It Kind Of Healthy" restaurants in London.
When you’re sick of pizza, but not quite ready for a 10-day juice cleanse, the happy medium is a restaurant that’s “kind of healthy.” It’s a place where you can have a nice piece of fish, but with a side of something fried.
Esters in Stoke Newington makes some of the best and most unconventional breakfasts and brunches in London.
Persepolis is a BYOB deli-cum-café in Peckham serving excellent Persian meze at fantastic prices.
Not only is the sushi at Sushi Atelier on Great Portland Street great, it’s also very affordable. Sit at the bar and get the 12-piece omakase.
Ottolenghi is a casual restaurant and deli that serves fresh Middle Eastern-influenced food, pastries and excellent salads.
Mildred’s is a classic vegetarian restaurant in Soho, with an excellent atmosphere and an even better mushroom pie.
The Ottolenghi in Islington is a reliable place for salads and delicious pastries.
Greenberry Café is a casual all-day spot in Primrose Hill, serving nice brunch dishes, and larger and meatier things for lunch and dinner.
Yen is a large, upmarket Japanese restaurant on the Strand that specialises in soba. It’s a calm, spacious place to spend some time.
Andina Notting Hill serves Peruvian dishes in a laid back restaurant. It’s perfect for all occasions, from a tasty brunch to a big boozy evening.
Grain Store is an all-day Kings Cross restaurant serving creative European food. It’s particularly good for vegetarians and big groups dinners.
Honey & Co. is a small Middle Eastern restaurant in Fitzrovia that’s big on flavors and Feel Good Factor. Bring a (small) group of friends.
Chef Yotam Ottolenghi’s flagship restaurant serves modern Middle Eastern-sharing plates in a stunning, upscale dining room.
There are a few Mildreds dotted around town, and the Camden outlet for their vegetarian dishes is as solid and enjoyable as the rest.
Daylesford Organic is an all-day café, farm shop and restaurant at Brompton Cross that serves pizzas, salads, and surprisingly hearty mains.
Inko Nito is a large, casual spot in Soho serving Japanese and Korean inspired sharing plates from the robata grill, plus salads, and sushi.