Exploring London: The Foodie Edit


If you’re anything like me, your days are planned around food; when, where and what. So, I thought I’d share my top foodie spots in Central London and a few on my list to go visit as soon as possible. Here’s a good combination of all things health and all things indulgence.


The Good Life Eatery 

59 Sloan Avenue, Chelsea

Hidden down Sloane Avenue is this little cafe of all things good. I’ve only been here for a quick breakfast but I’d love to go back and try the zucchini fettuccine topped with feta, edamame beans and crumbled almonds. This place is great for a catch up with friends as they have a ‘no wifi’ rule, meaning no sneaky distractions. Therefore not so good for a work and food date with yourself.


Ben’s Canteen

140 St John’s Hill, Clapham

This place is so popular that people actually queue down the road to get in and get their hands on some brunch. If you do manage to get in try the banana pancakes with salted caramel sauce poured on top! I’ve heard that the avocado sourdough toast with poached eggs is amazing too. If you head along for dinner it has to be one of the massive burgers they make; I’d chose the Korean Fried Chicken burger with added smashed avocado and a side of onion rings. I’m hungry just thinking about it!


Wild Food Cafe

14 Neal’s Yard, Covent Garden

In the beautiful colourful setting of Neal’s Yard in Covent Garden, you can find this delicious raw vegetarian restaurant. These sundried tomato and sunflower crackers have a great crunch and taste amazing topped with spiced apricot hummus. The new summer menu has wild summer wraps which sound absolutely delicious. If you’re lucky, grab a seat by the window and look down over the square, it’s a great place to people watch and a perfect escape from the busy Covent Garden near by.


Palm Vaults

411 Mare Street, Hackney

Looking for the cutest and most pink ‘instagrammable’ food spot in London? Then head to Palm Vaults in Hackney. Have a scroll through their Instagram and you’ll see the best looking black forest toast, beautiful acai bowls and colourful lattes. If you’re looking for cake, head here asap and grab yourself a slice of pink princess cake with all the frosting and pretty lettering.



74 Westbourne Grove, Notting Hill

This place is perfect for even the fussiest of eaters; vegan, vegetarian, dairy free? Farmacy has you covered. With a great cocktail list and a coconut nice cream which sounds incredible, this is top of my list to visit! My perfect meal would be; Chef’s Clean Curry with a Cool as a Cucumber cocktail (fancy G&T), with a Berry Mess Sundae.

I’m on the lookout for some more foodie spots in London so leave any suggestions below or over on my Instagram. What’s your favourite place? Have you been to any of these places?

H x



2 thoughts on “Exploring London: The Foodie Edit

  1. Cheers fellow HBC gal! ❤️✨
    I absolutely agree with your healthy suggestions! I’ve been everywhere expect Ben’s Canteen (gonna improve that), and The Good Life Eatery is my all time favorite! ❤️


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