6 Places In London To Start Your January Detox

Jan 11th 2016 | lifestyle | london | Written by Will Jamieson

Christmas has come and gone and disgusting amounts of food have been devoured by all. If you’re feeling anything like we are, then a January Detox is just what you need to feel refreshed and energetic after a copious carb and alcohol session throughout December! As always, London has your back with an amazing array of places to go for a healthy meal! Check out London's best places to go for healthy but vibrant meal during your January detox:

Detox Kitchen

10 Kingly Street, London, W1B 5PJ

The Detox Kitchen has two options – take a pre-packed salad from the fridge if you’re in a real rush, or build your own from their selection of table-top salads. All dishes are free from wheat, dairy and refined sugar, celebrating good quality, whole ingredients; ideal for a tasty yet seriously healthy working lunch after the holidays.



Good Life Eatery

59 Sloane Avenue, London, SW3 3DH

The original Good Life Eatery (they’re planning to open a third site in February) on Sloane Avenue is renowned for their skinny royale– a clean spin on Eggs Royale with poached eggs, smoked salmon and a yogurt saffron sauce on either whole grain sunflower or wheat-free rye bread. The Skinny Benedict’s another winner, adding cherry tomatoes, almond pesto and avocado to the Clarence Court poached eggs and healthy carbs. Served all day at the weekend or until 11.30am throughout the week.



1 Lombard Street

1 Lombard Street, London, EC3V 9AA

1 Lombard Street will be adding a range of healthy juices to the breakfast menu for January; the perfect nutrient booster to get your body back to balance again post-party season. The Dreamy Detox juice blends freshly extracted apple, lemon, cucumber, celery and ginger, while the Health Booster juices pineapple, apple, broccoli, spinach, celery, ginger, cucumber, watercress, parsley and avocado – we’re pretty sure that smashes your 5-a-day goal in one!



Mae’s Deli

21 Seymour Place, Marylebone, W1H 5BH

Ella Woodward, of globally-renowned blogger fame ‘Deliciously Ella’, has finally brought us her own stand-alone deli. Situated in Marylebone, the clean-eating café serves mix and match rainbow bowls of goodness, such as wild rice and apricot salad and turmeric roasted cauliflower with lentils and tahini. For breakfast? How about the Mae PB&J – rye toast with peanut butter, homemade apple & berry compote, maple syrup and coconut chips? Yum!


 
Maple and Fitz

36a Berners Street, Fitzrovia, W1T 3LY

Maple & Fitz serves a  delicious, detox-friendly selection of salads, sweet treats and juices . They make all their food on-site from scratch and have a cosy amount of seating upstairs in the main bar, downstairs and street-side.  Our favourite is Julius Ceasar – a super healthy, yummy take on the classic salad with shredded kale, romaine, mangetout, toasted buckwheat, cabbage, toasted pumpkin and sunflower seeds (for crunch), pecorina and a creamy Dijon-lemon yogurt dressing.



Ethos

48 Eastcastle Street, Fitzrovia, W1W 8DX

Ethos is great for affordable healthy dining. And everything here is meat-free, so count your five-a-day ticked off! The spacious restaurant offers plenty of indoor seating but you can also take-away your breakfast, lunch and dinner. The gluten-free pancakes are AMAZING, especially with banana, chocolate chips and walnuts, while for later in the day, you could go for the roasted cauliflower with tahini and cranberries, and the hot Thai sweetcorn fritters…

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