Healthy Bites at Gabriel’s Wharf this World Health Day

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Join us at Gabriel’s Wharf this Friday for healthy, nutritious meals on the South Bank!

This Friday 7th April is known as World Health Day. World Health Day was set up by WHO (the World Health Organization), and this year marks the 75th anniversary of the founding of WHO.

Eating out doesn’t have to be unhealthy. If you’re on London’s South Bank this Friday, pop down to Gabriel’s Wharf for tasty nutritious meals and fresh street food from a range of world cuisines, from Mexico to the Caribbean.

Here are 4 healthy food options to try at Gabriel’s Wharf:

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Limin Southbank

Get a taste of the Caribbean this weekend while you smash those health goals!

Limin Southbank serves fresh, delicious Caribbean meals that bring the heat to London’s South Bank. Treat yourself to vegan Doubles or Trini Thali, a platter of different dishes served with vegan, fish, and meat options.

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Think street food is unhealthy? Think again…

HolaGuacamole serves Mexican street food using only the freshest ingredients, sourced locally where possible. Their original recipes use lovely grilled chicken, tender steak or chili con carne, black beans supplemented with fresh salsa with different degrees of sharpness, and freshly made guacamole.

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Marsha is committed to sustainability on their menu, as their chicken dishes use every part of the chicken, reducing food waste.

Take in the breathtaking views of the City of London while you try out some of their nutritious large plates, such as chicken souvlaki or a black rice salad with butternut squash.

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Gabu Chocolate

Believe it or not, chocolate can be good for you!

While all sweets and chocolates should be enjoyed in moderation, research has shown that chocolate can increase your heart health. The antioxidants in dark chocolate have been shown to lower blood pressure, and reduce the risk of heart disease.

As it’s also Easter weekend, don’t forget to join us at our Easter weekend at Gabriel’s Wharf and visit Gabu Chocolate, our artisan chocolatier selling bespoke, handmade chocolate made from authentic Caribbean beans.

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We hope you enjoy all the delicious and healthy meals that Gabriel’s Wharf has to offer!

Don’t forget to join us this Easter weekend at Gabriel’s Wharf for live music, independent shopping, and delicious food and drink from 1pm-4pm this Saturday 8 and Sunday 9 April, Admission FREE. Find out more here.

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