Top 10 Wellness Restaurants in London

Updated: Dec 9, 2020



Going to the gym and exercise is only one part of the equation, if you are really looking to become healthier we recommend you start from the inside out! Healthy eating is important to keep your body in balance and full of energy.


With the health scene showing no sign of slowing down and more and more healthy eateries opening in the capital The Lifestyle Guide is bringing you a great list of top-class wellness restaurants with delicious and vibrant menus that proves that eating healthy doesn’t have to be a dull affair.

The Good Life Eatery



Branded as London’s favourite, healthy neighbourhood eateries and with locations in Notting Hill, St John’s Wood, Belgravia, Chelsea and Marylebone this London born, the healthy all-day concept was inspired by New York City and Los Angeles café culture. They are famous for their healthy all-day breakfast and there is no doubt you would have come across them on your Instagram feed!


The Lifestyle Guide recommends: BUILD YOUR OWN AVO TOAST!

Daylesford Brompton Cross Café


The best option for seasonal and organic in London, the café opened last year taking wholesomeness to the next level.


All dishes are freshly made to showcase the very best of the seasonal produce from Daylesford’s organic farm, Market Garden, Bakery and Creamery. Daylesford recently opened a new farm shop and cafe on Sloane Avenue, too!


The Lifestyle Guide recommends: The Daylesford Farmhouse full English


Wild Food Café



Founded by Joel and Aiste Gazdar, this hugely popular vegan eatery has two branches, it’s original in pretty Neil’s Yard in Covent Garden and an equally great spot in Islington. The menu is fully plant-based and follows the pair’s philosophy of a lifelong immersive exploration of food and wellbeing styles from around the world.


The Lifestyle Guide recommends: The Rainbow Cheesecake

Linnaean



Ok this one is impressive as it’s a café, a restaurant, a spa and an apothecary! Linnaean is a multi-hyphenate gathering place for the surrounding neighbourhood in Nine Elms, and beyond! The name is after Swedish naturalist Carl Linnaeus and the location is Embassy Gardens. The menus are designed to offer guests a wide free-from choice, whether you’re vegan,