Unassumingly snuggled in next to Starbucks on Sloane Avenue is the health mecca that is The Good Life Eatery. It’s relatively new in London but that hasn’t stopped it from being one of the most-loved tried, tested, talked about restaurants in town.
Warm exposed brickwork, cosy booths and wooden tables make it homely and although the food is healthy it manages to be hearty too.
The signature ‘Good Life’ salad is a rainbow plate of marinated kale, roasted sweet potato, lentils, red and black quinoa, toasted walnuts, Goji berries, nutritional yeast, with orange tahini vinaigrette with the option to add ‘extra protein’: salmon, chicken, avocado or prawns. The rest of the menu is similar super food fare.
A rainbow offering of smoothies which includes a salad in a drink – literally; spinach, kale, celery, cucumber, parsley, ginger, lettuce, lemon. All smoothies are cold pressed to preserve vital nutrients. And for those with a sweet tooth, try the Chia seed pudding or maybe a Chocolate protein smoothie.