Japanese food is usually light and healthy as long as you stay away from karaoke dishes (fried chicken) and confectionery with whipped cream. Tombo in South Kensington offers a wide variety of healthy dishes, including sushi, sashimi and London's latest fish fever, poke (poke-ay).
If you miss it, Poke is a Hawaiian dish made of diced fish with a selection of toppings and cucumbers. They also have a Matcha bar with a selection of green tea drinks to keep you awake. Remember to act with good intentions - think of more blooming osmanthus tea than matcha soft serve ice cream.
Tombo, see website for locations in South Kensington, Soho and Fitzrovia
These guys line up at noon on Berwick Street and have now grown to three more locations. The idea of leaves for lunch may seem bleak, but these are salads with attitude.
Think of coarse coleslaw with cabbage and orange peel, fried sweet potatoes with seeds and lentils and toppings like grilled chicken, Halloumi cheese (you can also have some cheese) and roasted pitta. The key to their success is that everything is filled with taste and you can choose many different salads in a box, so that midway boredom does not arise.
Savage Salads can be found on the website for locations in Soho, Victoria, London Bridge and White City
Seafood is always a good choice if you pay attention to your diet as it is generally very low in fat. We love that Wright Bros. has a happy hour with oysters in all its restaurants (except the Borough Market), which lasts three hours (weekdays from 3pm to 6pm), with all oysters costing £ 1 each and virtually zero calorie are.
Prawns, crabs and grilled fish are good bets - watch out for the sauces with mayonnaise, bread and butter. There are a few branches to choose from.
Wright Bros. can be found on the website for locations in Soho, South Kensington, Spitalfields, Borough Market and Battersea
The Ottolenghi restaurants are not cheap, but everything is of great quality and tastes fantastic. The distribution of salad bowls in the window is always super colorful. Based on Savage Salads you can achieve this with a salad combination. So there are many different flavors and textures that make your healthy lunch more of a pleasure than a work.
There may be many dressings and a few fats, but remember that sustainable healthy eating is more about eating unprocessed foods like fruits and vegetables than counting calories. At least that's what we think.
Ottolenghi, see website for locations in Belgravia, Spitalfields, Soho, Notting Hill and Islington
The Gate restaurants are a popular string of vegetarian restaurants offering healthy dishes, some of which are also available without gluten or dairy products.
The menu features internationally inspired influences such as misoglossed aubergines, sweet potato tortillas, Thai green curry and vegan mango cheesecake. The wine list is surprisingly punchy for a casual restaurant, but there are cocktails around the £ 8-9 mark, as well as a selection of beers and other drinks.
The Gate: The site has locations in Islington, Marylebone, Hammersmith and St John's Woods
Sushi samba (or sushi tetsu if you're lucky)
Sushi is an obvious choice if you have a health kick. We still do not have many great sushi restaurants in London and the good ones are not cheap. Sushi samba is perfect because sushi is of good quality and you have the experience of dining high in the Heron Tower, which makes the food feel more like an occasion. The service in the bar is in our experience not very good. Avoid this and go straight to eating.
For the best sushi in London, leave the view behind and head to Sushi Tetsu in Clerkenwell. But the problem is to get a table at this hugely popular seven-seat hideout - Keep an eye on your twitter feed for last minute rooms.
Sushi Samba, Heron Tower, 110 Bishopsgate, EC2N 4AY and Sushi Tetsu, 12 Jerusalem Passage, EC1V 4JP
Atari Ya Sushi Bar
If you are looking for sushi at a cheaper price, you can do much worse than at the Atari-Ya Sushi Bar, a sushi and sashimi bar chain from the fabulous Japanese Atari Ya supermarket. Venues are Swiss Cottage and Ealing Common.
They use their own fish stock so you can find options on the menu that you will not find anywhere else in the same price range, such as two types of fat tuna and grilled salmon mouth (the main parts of the fish are estimated) Japan and surprisingly good too eat).
Atari-Ya Sushi Bar, 75 Fairfax Rd, NW6 4EE and 1 Station Parade, Uxbridge Road, W5 3LD
Granger & Co.
The food at Granger & Co. is fresh and there are people who go to brunch every weekend. But it's not just a brunch that appeals to those who prefer a healthy diet.
In fact, they serve all-day dining with many virtuous options, such as hot smoked salmon with poached eggs and vegetables on the breakfast menu, yellow fish curry with roast squash and brown rice for lunch and a shrimp burger with radish salad and Jalapeno Mayo at dinner.
On the Granger & Co. website you will find locations in Chelsea, Clerkenwell, Notting Hill and King's Cross
Much of the Lebanese food is fresh and healthy, and Al Waha is one of the most popular places in London. Stick to fresh vegetable-based dips like moutabel - a smoky, grilled dip with tahini and yogurt and salads like fattoush.
The best thing about Lebanese food is that you can order many different dishes to share, so you will not feel bored with just one. Remember to stay away from the fried snacks and syrup-containing desserts.
Al Waha, 75 Westbourne Grove, W2 4UL
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