52 "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.
Atis is a build-your-own salad place in Shoreditch with a lot of options, but also some very good ideas about what makes a tasty, satisfying lunch.
Tibits is a vegetarian and vegan buffet restaurant that’s perfect for a kind of healthy, low-cost, lunch or dinner.
Bubala is a restaurant in Spitalfields with an all-vegetarian Middle Eastern menu that tastes as good as it reads, and even better than it looks.
Greenberry Café is a casual all-day spot in Primrose Hill, serving nice brunch dishes, and larger and meatier things for lunch and dinner.
There are a few Mildreds dotted around town, and the Camden outlet for their vegetarian dishes is as solid and enjoyable as the rest.
Soderberg is a laidback Swedish cafe that’s perfect for getting some work done or eating cinnamon rolls.
Cookdaily is a vegan spot in London Fields serving up sweet, spicy, salty, and sour-filled bowls for under a tenner.
Gourmet Goat at Borough Market is just the place for a kid goat pita and some serious tzatziki.
Vegetarian spot Ethos has pay-by-weight options by day, full table service by night and foliage aplenty.
Persepolis is a BYOB deli-cum-café in Peckham serving excellent Persian meze at fantastic prices.
Genesis is an entirely plant-based take on your classic counter service diner near Spitalfields.
This Peruvian spot on Great Eastern Street in Shoreditch is perfect if you’re vegan, vegetarian, or gluten free. Or just really love pisco cocktails.
Villa Mamas is tasty but pricey Bahraini restaurant 10 minutes from Sloane Square in Chelsea.
Daylesford Organic is an all-day café, farm shop and restaurant at Brompton Cross that serves pizzas, salads, and surprisingly hearty mains.