Food: A perfect mix of salads & healthy light mains plus more juices and smoothies than you could shake a stick at! Oh and a good selection of treats and lots of take-away options.
Service: Friendly and kind.
Presentation: A small, but perfectly formed cafe, lots of light and lots of wood. Food presented with rustic touches; think wooden platters and thick glass bottles for juices and smoothies
Ambience: Very calm and chilled out midweek, although I can imagine the place gets buzzy with yoga bods over the weekend
Location: Slap bang in the middle of central London, a heavenly little escape away from shoppers and tourists
Value for money: Yep, you’ll struggle to find the equivalent quality any cheaper in central London; £4.80 for a freshly made juice or smoothie, bowl of soup £5, avo on toast £4
Worth a visit?: I’d highly recommend this little gem. Whilst you’re there take a yoga class at Triyoga…it might just change your life!
The Retreat Cafe at Triyoga in Soho’s Kingly Court is the brainchild of Naturopath, Kimberley Parsons. The ethos is clean, nourishing and delicious eats. Where better to find health-conscious people than at a yoga studio in Soho, central London.
Food: Yum with ethics and a couple of extraordinary dishes that make The Farm worth the trek
Presentation: Chic and clean
Ambience: Family friendly yet it works for romance, business and time out of Dubai
Location: Lush greenery set against simple and clean structures
Value for money: Yep: generally good portion sizes, quality ingredients, stunning location
Worth a visit?: Absolutely
As you turn off the Emirates Road to the Al Barari Estate, you enter a hidden paradise via a densely planted shrub and tree-lined road. Seriously, this place is Lush, with a capital L. The set up here is just beautiful, it works all year round and proves a really popular option with locals and expats alike.
Food: Raw, organic, locally-sourced plant-based and worth every penny.
Service: Friendly and effective.
Location: Close enough to the centre of town to walk, far enough away for space.
Value for money: The time intensive nature of raw food preparation and the quality of the organic ingredients used makes this style of eating more expensive. Go for quality over quantity every time – your body will thank you for it.
Worth a visit?: For a health nut, yoga head and anyone else willing to step outside of their comfort zone, absolutely – you’ll love it.