Top Health Clubs for Vegan Options
Everyone knows that exercise and vegan food are key to staying in tip-top health. Gyms and health clubs have transformed their menus and are offering more vegan food than ever before. So, after your workout, sit back, relax, and enjoy some well-earned, delicious treats. Here are PETA’s top picks:
Bannatyne Health Clubs
Woodlands restaurant at Bannatyne Health Club in Bury St Edmunds offers fine-dining with fantastic vegan options. You can have it all – breakfast and lunch, a luxurious à la carte menu with three courses, and a Champagne afternoon tea. Restaurant delights include the king oyster mushroom calamari, “lamb style” chimichurri burger, Redefine Meat “beef” wellington, and mocha cheesecake with caramel ice cream. Get your vegan gains on at other Bannatyne Health Clubs, too, as they all have great vegan options.
David Lloyd Clubs
David Lloyd’s menu offers a large assortment of health-boosting and animal-friendly meals.
Start the day right with an energising smoothie, or treat yourself to the vegan cooked breakfast, which comes with This Isn’t Bacon, spinach, kale, mushroom, tomato, beans, and toasted flatbread. After your workout, indulge in the “chicken” fajita pizza or vegan burger with red onion, garlic mayo, and baby gem lettuce, served in a toasted brioche bun with rustic fries – the ideal motivator to get you to the gym!
Virgin Active’s menu has many delicious vegan options. Try the Spicy Avo Greens bowl with jalapeños, avocado, broccoli, salsa, and rocket for a health kick. We love the avocado and falafel wrap with red pepper, cabbage, cucumber, gherkins, rocket, and nut butter dressing. For something sweet, choose from a variety of smoothies like the Plant Peanut Butter Bomb or vitamin C–packed C-Breeze.
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