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Four vegetarian cafés that Ella Woodward couldn’t live without.
Nama is one of the best veggie restaurants I’ve been to. The atmosphere is lovely, the interior is beautiful and the food is so delicious. Everything on the menu is organic, wheat- and dairy-free, unprocessed and raw – but it doesn’t taste like healthy raw food, it just tastes incredible! I’m obsessed with the seaweed salad, the pizza and the blueberry cheesecake. 110 Talbot Rd, W11 1JR. Ladbroke Grove tube.
The range of juices, salads, smoothies, lunches and sweets is incredible. I love their immunity juice – it’s deliciously spicy and gives you a great kick – plus their almond milk is awesome, so sweet and creamy. They have three different green juices so you can definitely find something that you love! They also have the best range of healthy desserts: try the caramel slice or the brownie, both are heaven. 398 Kings Rd, SW10 0LJ. Fulham Broadway tube.
At Ethos you don’t have to choose between dishes on the menu as you can try a bit of everything thanks to their vegetarian buffet which has the most incredible array of healthy, wholesome and hearty dishes as well as vibrant salads – there really is something for everyone. I always get overexcited by the sweet potato wedges, mango salad, hummus and wild rice salad. 48 Eastcastle St, W1W 8DX. Oxford Circus tube.
Mildreds is one of the original vegetarian restaurants in London with a wonderful menu of fresh and hearty dishes that even the most traditional ‘meat and two veg’ lovers can enjoy. You may have to queue at busy times but the food and atmosphere are definitely worth the wait. I normally have the Sri Lankan curry, which is so delicious! 45 Lexington St, W1F 9AN. Piccadilly Circus or Oxford Circus tube.
‘Deliciously Ella’ by Ella Woodward is out now (Yellow Kite, £20).
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