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2018-12-19
2018-12-20

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Scrumptious Superfood Cafes in London

Posted: July 17, 2017 at 9:39 am

Just because you’re on holiday in London does not mean you need to fall off the band wagon when it comes to healthy eating, in fact, it’s never been so easy to eat delicious healthy nourishing food. We’ve come up with some of our favourite places to indulge in some scrumptious delights.

Squirrel

Squirrel is open 7 days a week for breakfast, lunch and dinner and is an 8-minute walk from The Harrington Collection. With replenishing smoothies, revitalising juices and superfoods, you’ll find yourself returning to the Squirrel time and time again for a little munch. The interior resembles a childhood treehouse so adults, children and even a squirrel would be happy here!

Squirrel Cafe - Kensington

Nama

Name is a raw food restaurant located in Notting Hill. If you have a particularly sweet tooth, one of their guilt free desserts is an absolute must, especially the Blueberry Cheesecake!! Not only is the food beautifully presented but it also tastes scrumptious. Who said healthy eating needs to be boring? Go nuts at Nama!Nama Cafe

Boyz n Berry

At Boyz n Berry they strive to provide food that nourishes your body and soul. You can indulge in breakfast, lunch and dinner at this fine establishment. They’re also professionals at making the most delicious cocktails which of course, include superfood ingredients such as Bee Pollen & Goji Berries. Always a berry good choice at Boyz n Berry!

Boyz and Berry Cafe

Veggie Pret

A mainstream chain that you see on every London street corner I hear you cry?! But this is not your average Pret, this is a veggie Pret. Sometimes we just don’t have time on our side and for those times, that’s where Veggie Pret comes in! There is currently only one in London and it’s located in Soho. When you want instant gluten-free and vegan food on the go, Veggie Pret is the answer. pret's little veggie pop up fridges - smaller

Written by Jenny Conlon