Eating well is important for overall health and wellbeing.
Fortunately, there’s plenty of excellent restaurants near Focus Clinics that offer a well-balanced and responsibly sourced menu. So, whether you’re in London visiting family, on business, or are indeed one of our Laser Eye Surgery patients, we’ve picked some of the best spots in Marylebone for healthy eaters. The days of bland food are over.
JOE & THE JUICE
281 Regent Street, Marylebone, W1B 2HE | joejuice.com
This juice empire is a worldwide chain with 47 stores in London alone, including Marylebone. The juices include delicious blends such as the “Pick Me Up” which contains raspberry, banana and apple.
Joe & The Juice’s menu isn’t restricted to juices. Shakes, coffee, tea, sandwiches, salads, treats and “JOEGUT” is also up for grabs. The selection of fresh sandwiches are under 500 calories and contain healthy ingredients like chicken, turkey, tuna avocado and tomato.
106 BAKER ST.
106 Baker Street, Marylebone, W1U 5TW | 106bakerst.co.uk
106 Baker St. serves salads, sandwiches, pastries and hot dishes with a Mediterranean influence as well as a delicious selection of tea, coffee and smoothies.
The menu changes daily, offering a vast selection. Whether you’re vegan, vegetarian or a meat-eater, there’s always something delectable to eat. The vibrant salads are full of colour with exciting ingredients – and the same can be said for the deserts!
The café is light, clean and spacious with a small garden in the back which is perfect for warmer weather. The lovely space, great coffee, terrific food, newspapers and great music make this place wonderful. Most importantly, the staff create an atmosphere that’s the real cherry on top.
31-33 Baker Street, Marylebone, W1U 8EJ | tosseduk.com
Tossed practices the simple and effective concept of fresh, quick and healthy food to eat-in or take-away. You can make your salad or wrap, order from the set menu or grab something pre-made from the fridge. Whatever you choose, you can be assured that it’s reliably healthy and fresh.
Their Arabica coffee is Rainforest Alliance Certified, Fairtrade and Organic. Coffee is not only high in antioxidants, but the smell is also known to reduce stress and a cup before a workout increases your athletic performance.
Tossed only uses welfare-friendly free-range eggs from British farms in all of their recipes. In the summer months, they’re proud to say their salad leaves travel less than 50 miles and go from field to bowl in less than 48 hours.
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72 Baker Street, Marylebone, W1U 6TA | pure.co.uk
Pure’s 100% Arabica coffee is ground to order and served with organic or vegan milk and no extra cost. Even better, if you order with a reusable cup, you’ll receive a 50p discount!
Eggs are important to Pure. Their “Super Eggs” are available every morning and are made-to-order with your chosen topping. The sourdough croutons are handmade to their bespoke recipe, drizzled with olive oil, sprinkled with parmesan and baked until golden. Pure aims to deliver the freshest food possible. Toasties, salads and smoothies are made to order every day and the staff intend to serve your food within minutes of ordering.
To avoid the typical high street taste, Pure create their own dressings to complement their salads. Free WiFi, plenty of plug sockets and complimentary still and sparkling water make this cafe the perfect set-up for busy Londoners.
132 Baker Street, Marylebone, W1U 6UA | itsu.com
The itsu’s “eat beautiful” Asian-inspired menu is ready in a heartbeat with half of their dishes cost under £5 and the majority are under 500 calories AND one third are plant-based.
Marylebone’s itsu has its own kitchen where the rice bowls, noodles, sushi, gyoza and Asian salads are made on the spot with quality and responsibly sourced ingredients. This fast and fresh food is light, delicious and never deep-fried.
Their sustainability and sourcing team works constantly to eliminate unnecessary plastic as well as reaching nutritional targets specific to each itsu dish. For example, itsu have switched to paper packaging on all of their wraps across all stores. This small change allowed them to save 6 tonnes of plastic in a year.
40-42 Chiltern Street, Marylebone, W1U 7QN | yeotownkitchen.com
Elements of positive psychology and personal touches are infused throughout the ambience and décor of Yeotown Kitchen. Yeotown embodies the importance of cultivating both physical and mental health for a truly optimised wellbeing.
The Scratch Kitchen, Meditation Station & Juice Bar hosts both a takeaway side and an eat-in table service. If you’re on the go, grab nutritious foods, organic coffees and custom freshly pressed juice from the take-away counter. If you have more time, take a seat and let your senses revel in the mindful surroundings.