A Healthy Guide To London

Just before I started my blog, I travelled to London and explored the best and most nutritious cafe’s and stores! I have so many goodies, past and planned, for this travel section, and I don’t want to skip sharing any of them with you. So here is a throwback to my time there 🙂 I went to London for a family wedding a few months ago, and while I had been before, I certainly hadn’t done London like this! I think in my short stay I got to see and try most health food stores and cafes, so here is my itinerary for you health foodies out there to follow. To make it easier I have * the places that are a strong must!


While I travel, I like to go to as many studios as I can fit in. However, as this was a family trip for a special occasion, I had lots of family commitments and was only away a short amount of time. So I only got to one place, but I did go a few times and absolutely loved every class! Highly recommend this awesome studio with fantastic teachers.
Tri Yoga* – there are a few locations. I went to the one in Camden which had a cute café. I got a yummy warming chai and bliss ball here after classes!



I’ve tried to group these delicious spots according to their location. I wish I could have sampled breakfast, lunch and dinner at each!

Good Life Eatery* – South Kensington – mind-blowing menu at this cafe… I got the goodness bowl. Wow. Just look at the photo below… they aren’t messing around! Delicious!

Tanya’s* – Chelsea – plant-based raw café – amazing almond butter chai!

Juice Baby – Kings Road – juice bar and snacks
Roots and Bulbs – Marleybone + other locations. Juices, smoothies, snacks etc. a great takeaway spot.

The Natural Kitchen – Marleybone – cafe, grocer, takeaway, great snacks!

Grain Store – Kings Cross – great café with healthy options

Daylesford Farm – Notting Hill – I chose three fresh salads, and spent some time looking through the grocery store attached. I bought some delish coconut kefir!

Nama* – Notting Hill – incredible sundried tomato savoury crepe, raw pancakes and smoothies. Get the turmeric latte! They also have some great take away snacks like the cacao mint spirulina bliss balls and raw crackers.

Ottolenghi** – Notting Hill – Can. Do. No. Wrong. Best idea I had was popping in here before my flight back home and taking grilled salmon and roast vegetables with me so I didn’t have to eat plane food!

Bills – Notting Hill – just like home!

Sunday* – Barnsubry – cute small café with healthy options. Great for brunch!

Wildfood Café* – Covent Gardens – raw vegan café – amazing cakes and fudges, I had a delicious raw coconut savoury wrap with falafel

Lab Organic – Covent Garden – yummy juice bar and snacks, I loved their green lemonade! I think it’s great they do fruit-free juices, sweetened instead with stevia

Raw Press – Dover St – another great juice bar

Yoobi* – Soho – amazing rice-less sushi!!

The Detox Kitchen – Soho

The Juice Well – Soho – juices and snacks

Leon – Soho + at the airport! Healthy fast food! I ate here at the airport before my flight and grabbed a quick green juice to-go + some veg with hummus. Amazing to have these options!



House of MistryHampstead – where I did a health food stock up to show my aunty how to cook yummy and clean

Plant Organic – several locations – where I found some of the snacks I took with me on the plane.