Healthy Eating in London

Guilt-free dining at London’s growing army of health-conscious restaurants.


London Editor

Dietarily sensitive

NobuLondon restaurant6 copyNobu's Japanese ambience

Don’t let food intolerances deter you from entering London’s exclusive restaurant scene. Many restaurants can adapt their menus to gluten, wheat or dairy free dining with notice or on arrival. Nobu is a trailblazer among luxury Japanese restaurants offering alternative menus adapted to dietary requirements and food allergies. Both the Mayfair and Park Lane destinations offer celiac-friendly dining options – they even have gluten-free soy sauce. 

LUXOS tip: You can also dine gluten-free at Rivington Grill.



raw1modern and grande space of Raw

This mind-blowingly elegant and sprawling space is a gourmand’s playground, split into different restaurants to please different palates. On the left lies the steak and grill section, and to the right the Raw food restaurant. Portions are small to encourage diners to mix and match the totally fresh flavours and cuts – that are never cooked above 46 degrees.

LUXOS tip: Also eat raw at Nama Artisan Raw Foods in Notting Hill.




This Kensington stalwart has expanded from Sally Clarke’s eponymous restaurant to envelop a shop and bakery. Menus are changed daily with all the organic vegetables sourced from the south east of England.

LUXOS tip: Or try organic at Amico Bio Italian restaurant.

1 Nobu
2 Rivington Grill
3 Raw
4 Nama Artisan Raw Foods
5 Amico Blu