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healthydishes2If January isn't depressing enough with everyone counting the cost of Christmas, swearing off alcohol and cutting back on calories there's also the horror of tax returns and the general misery of the British weather at this time of year.

To make things a little less grim, we've picked out 10 delicious dishes currently being served up in London restaurants, which would be great at any time of the year. But they also happen to be pretty darned healthy too. So if you are on a health kick it doesn't have to feel quite so hair-shirt and joyless.

 

Foxlow

Brixham Crab with Devilled Mayonnaise (pictured above). Served up with cos lettuce rather than bread (£9.00).  

Booking & review info for Foxlow

 

Indian Zing

Scallops in Hirva Masala. Scallops marinated in fresh herbs & spices griddled on tawa (iron Pan) served with assorted baby cress (£9.50). 
Booking & review info for Indian Zing

 

Hawksmoor Air Street

Royal bream. Bream baked in paper with garlic, rosemary & chilli (£20.00).

Booking & review info for Air Street

 

Club Gascon

Venison carpaccio. Served with winkles, salted cod and seared ceps (£15.50)

Booking & review info for Club Gascon

 

Restaurant Story 

Scallops, cucumber and dill ash (part of £75 tasting menu).

Booking & review info for Restaurant Story

 

Jackson & Rye

Red salad. Heirloom tomato, beets, radicchio, red cabbage - add grilled chicken for £3.50 more (£10.25).

Booking & review info for Jackson and Rye

 

The Delaunay

Chicken soup with noodles (£7.50).

Booking & review info for Delaunay

 

Galvin Demoiselle

Dorset Crab and Cucumber Sandwich. Served on wholemeal bread with watercress and lemon (£15.75).

Booking & review info for Galvin Demoiselle

 

Burger & Lobster in Harvey Nichols

The Californian patty. A patty in between two iceberg lettuce leaves (£20).

Burger & Lobster info

 

Mele e Pere

Red lentil soup with squacquerone cheese and chilli. Make sure you get the large bowl (£12). 

Booking & review info for Mele e Pere

Please note - as we're not in any way trained nutritionists here at Hot Dinners, we haven't an earthly what the actual calorie or fat content of any of these dishes are, but they all seem pretty darned healthy to us.

 

PLUS....

London restaurants for a January detox - the pick of the best healthy menus and alcohol-free cocktails on offer this month. Read more.

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