You could call me a healthy cafe connoisseur. Since I moved to London I have made it my mission to test out every juice bar and brunch spot the city has to offer. Here are my top picks:
573 Battersea Park Road, Battersea
020 7228 5672
Flour to the People (573 Battersea Park Road, Battersea SW11 3BJ): This little cafe in the depths of Battersea is only really known to the locals. It was recently voted best coffee in Battersea and specialises in homemade sourdough bread with all the healthy toppings you can imagine. It’s the perfect spot for brunch. See their instagram here.
110 Talbot Rd, London
020 7313 4638
Nama (110 Talbot Rd, London W11 1JR): This cosy cafe in Notting Hill serves up unique vegan food which is all 100% raw. They claim that this results in their meals being packed with even more nutritious goodness. An added bonus is that it is within easy reach of Portobello market.See their instagram here.
11 Leonard St, London
020 7490 1039
Ozone Coffee Roasters (11 Leonard St, London EC2A 4AQ): Besides their famous and phenomenal coffee, Ozone in Old street serve up everything from huge omelettes stuffed with roasted veggies through to falafel mountains scattered with fresh flowers. Instagram gold. See their instagram here.
Kingly Court, 10 Kingly St, Carnaby
020 7498 6417
The Detox Kitchen (Kingly Court, 10 Kingly St, Carnaby, London W1B 5PJ): With multiple branches across Fitzrovia and Soho, this is a great healthy cafe to pick up a salad or a macha latte between sight-seeing. See their instagram here.
Unit 4, Jubilee Line Ticket Platform Underground Station
020 7519 6067
Supernatural (Unit 4, Jubilee Line Ticket Platform Underground Station, London, Canary Wharf E14 4HJ): This line of juice bars are scattered across London from Canary Wharf to Oxford Circus, often inside Tube stations for the ultimate convenience. Perfect for grabbing a freshly made juice on the go. See their instagram here.
320 Old St, London
020 7613 0720
Redemption (320 Old St, London EC1V 9DR): These highly reviewed restaurants in Shoreditch and Notting Hill serve up vegan, sugar free and wheat free food with an alcohol free bar. The result? Zero guilt without losing the flavour. See their instagram here.