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Where To Find Feel-Good Food In London This Summer: A Guide By Rose Ferguson

Model-turned-nutritionist and Functional Medicine Practitioner, Rose Ferguson, tells us where to find feel-good food in London.

The 90s model has swapped fashion for food, and encourages others to eat well through her balanced-living plans – so who better to tell us all the London-based eateries we can visit to enjoy a meal out, safe in the knowledge we’re nourishing our bodies too.

Including juice and matcha spots, plus plant-based and sustainable restaurants, this is Rose’s guide to finding feel-good food in London this summer.

Our first pitstop should be…

Daylesford Organic in Marylebone – it’s great for organic produce and for matcha. 

Where should we go for a nutritious breakfast?

Granger & Co. in Notting Hill, their scrambled eggs and avocado toast are so good, and they have plenty of healthy options to kickstart your day. You’ll find them in Chelsea, Clerkenwell, King’s Cross and Marylebone.

How about for a long, lazy lunch?

Petersham Nurseries in Richmond – it’s so lovely and has seasonal, organic dishes. Perfect for a leisurely lunch surrounded by beautiful gardens.


And for dinner with friends?

I love Chisou in Hanover Square; it’s a casual, vibrant spot with a fantastic selection of healthy dishes. I love the Horenso salad.

What is your favourite restaurant in town?

Locanda Locatelli is always amazing and I have had many good times there. I also love Ottolenghi in Islington, this was my local for many years and it’s great for takeaway too; the salads, the mains, the desserts – everything is fresh, vibrant and packed with flavour.

Where can we find the best coffee or matcha?

The Good Life Eatery for matcha.  

And the best juice spot?

Juicebaby in Chelsea offers a great range of cold-pressed juices that are perfect for a quick health boost on the go.



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The best place to treat ourselves is…

Farmacy in Notting Hill, although they have just announced they are relocating. Their plant-based dishes are indulgent yet healthy, making it a great spot for lunch.

Your go-to healthy restaurant in the city?

26 Grains in Neal’s Yard, which is known for wholesome grain bowls inspired by the Danish way of life.



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Your plant-based go-to?

Mallow in Borough Market has a varied menu that’s entirely plant-based – and always delicious.

Favourite sustainable restaurant?

ROVI are pioneers in sustainable dining, with innovative dishes using delicious, fermented ingredients.



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Where should we shop for groceries? 

Planet Organic, which has multiple locations across London. It’s the best spot for organic, health-focused grocery shopping.

The meal or dish we must eat before we leave? 

The Black Cod Miso at Nobu. It’s a classic and still great.

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