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Finding healthy foods in chain restaurants, especially fast food can be really difficult. Everything seems to be loaded with refined wheat, sugar, white rice, cheese and oil.
But there are some good options if you know where to look. Very impressive. Even the home made limeade is unsweetened. There are many Buritto restaurants in London, but the American chain Chipotle is the only one I have found that uses brown rice. If you take the veggie option, you get loads of goodness and really the only bad thing is the wheat tortilla, which you can actually replace with salad to be extra good.
Either way, you will never leave Chipotle hungry! In reality, they serve a lot of white rice, white noodles, meat and fish, but they also have some good salads and my favourite dish — the 7 veg rice pot, which is the name suggests is 7 types of veg with brown rice and a yummy Asian sauce. Quick, cheap and delicious. Like Itsu, Leon is based on the concept of healthy fast food. The menu seems to change regularly but I always find some sort of plant based curry with brown rice on the menu, which is normally served with mayo free coleslaw.
The one that shook up the fast food world and proved that some of us want something better than McDonalds, and then got bought by McDonalds. To be honest, it is really just a glorified sandwich shop and most of their food is not in particularly healthy, but I can normally find something good in there, even if it is just a Naked Bloomer sandwich and a fruit salad.
Do you know any good chains serving healthy food in London? If so, please do leave a comment with your tips. For breakfast I love Pret because they had a multigrain porridge made with non dairy milk and no added sugar—at least it did not taste at all sweet.