We round up five of the best healthy restaurants in Mayfair, where you can indulge in healthy food without compromising on taste. From Michelin-starred dining to sustainable fare, Mayfair is awash with healthy places to eat.
Five of the Best Healthy Places to Eat in Mayfair
Our pick of Mayfair's top healthy restaurants.
14th December 2022
Plants by Deliciously Ella
Location: 18 Weighhouse St, Mayfair, W1K 5LU
Price examples: Babygem Caesar salad: £16, Butterbean and leek stew: £19, Chocolate torte: £12
Plants by Deliciously Ella is the Mayfair location that shares Ella Woodward’s passion for plant-based food. It began as a personal project as a way for Ella to recover from various health issues and regain her creative edge. Things spiralled into one of the most successful healthy restaurants in Mayfair.
Plants by Deliciously Ella is situated just one minute from Bond Street tube station, which is served by the Central and Jubilee lines. So getting here is nice and easy. And when you arrive, you are guaranteed the warmest of welcomes. The menu is perfectly crafted for introducing newcomers to the world of plant-based foods as well as helping more experienced plant lovers explore new flavours.
Location: 43 South Molton Street, Mayfair, W1K 5RS
Price examples: Grilled sea bass fillet: £23.50, Sunday roast: £19.50, Mushroom risotto: £16
Jak’s bar and cafe is a local staple. And while you may not automatically assume that it is one of the more Healthy restaurants in Mayfair, there are actually many things on the menu that help support a healthy lifestyle. You can enjoy healthy grilled meats and fish, for example. In addition, there are various vegetation and vegan options. The location is set on South Molton Street, which is just around the corner from Bond Street tube. So once again, it is very simple to access from all areas of London.
It is a beautiful setting within a townhouse that offers an eclectic style of decor and furniture over four floors. There’s a cocktail bar on the lower ground floor which moves up to a cafe and kitchen. On the first floor is a restaurant and bar and the second floor has various cute lounges arranged within.
Location: 68 Duke Street, Mayfair, W1K 6JU
Price examples: Miso roasted Walmestone Farm cabbage, smoked hemp & hogweed seed cream, pickled kale: £11, Black pearl & oyster mushrooms, herb relish, flanders wheat : £31
Apricity is the latest restaurant from the incredible chef Chantelle Nicholson. The brand is all about sustainability and it aims to maintain a low waste operation. They are constantly thinking about everything they do within the restaurant to have a minimal impact on the environment and lend their support to local British producers. They work with small growers and farmers to bring the freshest, seasonable meats, fruits and vegetables to our tables.
Location: 65 South Audley Street, Mayfair, W1K 2QU
Price examples: Seared Diver Scallop: £17, Chilean Sea Bass & Spicy Miso: £18, Whole Sea bass Ginger & Spring Onions: £66
While searching for restaurants and cafes in Mayfair, we couldn’t possibly pass up the opportunity to spend an afternoon or evening at Kai. The Michelin Star restaurant presents some of the finest Nanyang cuisine on the planet and boasts some incredibly healthy options within.
The food on display at Kai is inspired by the southern seas of china. The tropical climate brings some incredible flavours and techniques that blend together perfectly to create a wonderful culinary experience.
And the Mayfair location does a fantastic job of capturing the centuries-old magic. Modern takes on classic, Chinese decorative pieces and the finest eye for detail offer a warm welcome and leaves us all feeling inspired.
Location: 22-23 Woodstock Street, London, W1C 2AR
Price examples: Gyu Tataki: £18, Hijiki Seaweed (v): £6.30, Natto: £5.40
The Chisou Japanese restaurant is one of a pair of tranquil and intimate dining spaces in the capital run by the same team. And on Woodstock Street, you’ll find this perfect example of a delightfully healthy restaurant in Mayfair.
The traditional Japanese menu includes many sushi and izakaya dishes that change with the seasons to support sustainability. You can take a seat at the counter in traditional Japanese style and enjoy a wonderful range of dishes with sake and wine to accompany the fantastic flavours.