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Re:Restaraunts suited to bodybuilders 2014/09/16 12:58:37 (permalink)
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There's a place in Leyton in London called Gym's Kitchen (i **** you not) and apparently they have a second restaurant in Gant's Hill in Essex.
 
I've only been to the one in Leyton and their menu is catered to bodybuilders, as well as people who just enjoy healthy and fresh food.
 
They're not too pricey and if you're ever near one I highly recommend giving them a try!
 
http://www.gymskitchen.com/?page_id=881


Ive heard of those places but ive not been . The menu looks great . I like the sound of the protein ice cream deserts too.



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Re: Restaurants suited to bodybuilders 2015/01/17 20:26:01 (permalink)☄ Helpfulby Phil@Bodypage 2015/05/19 19:33:42
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I work away a lot and spend a decent amount of time in Premier Inn's. Usually attached to a Brewers fair/Beef Eater or some other gastro pub type place with a menu full of onion rings and triple cooked chips. I eat the steak 2 evenings a week but for the other days I ask for the below:
 
I now ask for the rice from the chicken tikka, and the chicken breast from the hunters chicken (without the BBQ sauce, cheese & bacon) some peas and some sweet chilli dip - This usually generates somewhat of a head meltdown for the server and will result in a manager dealing with my order as it is a standard menu/standard price. I have resorted to saying I will pay for the mixed grill but I want this order.
 
Just advice if in a similar situation.
 
Take it easy.
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Re:Restaraunts suited to bodybuilders 2015/05/19 19:33:18 (permalink)
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There's a place called Gym's Kitchen in Gants Hill, great food with all the macros
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Re:Restaraunts suited to bodybuilders 2015/05/20 14:19:35 (permalink)
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Place called Cafe Pure in the Bay area of Cardiff.  Lots of low carb, paleo, protein desserts and bars available.
 
Menu;
http://www.cafepure.co.uk/menu/
 

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Re:Restaraunts suited to bodybuilders 2015/05/20 14:31:17 (permalink)
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Going to Las Vegas soon and will be hitting up this bad boy.
 
http://www.heartattackgrill.com/heart-attack-grill-menu.html
 
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Re: Restaurants suited to bodybuilders 2015/05/29 21:51:25 (permalink)
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I've gotta say most eat out places are hit and miss and you've really gotta check to see whats in you food or ask and request unless you happy to have a cheat day.
 
having said that Iuse harvester and make the most of the salad bar and ask for grilled chicken no sauce or any dips etc i skip the chips if i can lol maybe a small jacket potato or ask for a side of mixed veg slaw peas carrots etc or even cottage cheese i think most places these days can pretty much accommodate and are fairly happy to do so but harvester for the money isn't bad at all
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Re: Restaurants suited to bodybuilders 2015/05/29 22:16:07 (permalink)
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Anywhere? Who eats healthy out? You could cut eating a burger king everyday. 
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Re:Restaraunts suited to bodybuilders 2015/05/29 22:21:54 (permalink)
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Place called Cafe Pure in the Bay area of Cardiff.  Lots of low carb, paleo, protein desserts and bars available.
 
Menu;
http://www.cafepure.co.uk/menu/
 




Oh wow looks soo tasty ifbim down that way ill call in
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Re:Restaraunts suited to bodybuilders 2015/06/04 15:54:12 (permalink)
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went to harvester last night, and absolutely raped the unlimited salad bar. The foods not bad and they have full macros for everything on the menu ( online ) which is handy, so I picked out what I was having before I went, just to keep me sensible.
http://www.harvester.co.u...tional_information.pdf

  




 
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Re:Restaraunts suited to bodybuilders 2015/06/10 13:33:34 (permalink)
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went to harvester last night, and absolutely raped the unlimited salad bar. The foods not bad and they have full macros for everything on the menu ( online ) which is handy, so I picked out what I was having before I went, just to keep me sensible.
http://www.harvester.co.u...tional_information.pdf

Yes, very handy.  Took my daughter there on the weekend, and found it very easy to cater to current macros without having to make what I felt was any form of sacrifice.

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Re:Restaraunts suited to bodybuilders 2015/06/10 13:37:54 (permalink)
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when i went to my local one i found the salad cart to very limited to what it was 4/5 years ago, might just have been the one i went though. 
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Re:Restaurants suited to bodybuilders 2015/06/25 08:39:05 (permalink)
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The Brazilian and Mongolian buffets caught my eye but, honestly, how much of this thread is good food and how much is actually bodybuilding food??  The two ideas seem to have been blurred together as one.   
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Re:Restaurants suited to bodybuilders 2015/06/28 22:18:29 (permalink)
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The Brazilian and Mongolian buffets caught my eye but, honestly, how much of this thread is good food and how much is actually bodybuilding food??  The two ideas seem to have been blurred together as one.   




what is bodybuilding food?

  




 
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Re:Restaurants suited to bodybuilders 2015/06/29 09:20:26 (permalink)
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Jesanaka
The Brazilian and Mongolian buffets caught my eye but, honestly, how much of this thread is good food and how much is actually bodybuilding food??  The two ideas seem to have been blurred together as one.   




what is bodybuilding food?




Chicken, broccoli and rice... THAT IS IT!!!!! 17 meals a day, of this, nothing else!!!!!!!! Maybe some tuna and rice cakes, and the odd whey shake, but nothing else you hear me!!!!

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Re:Restaraunts suited to bodybuilders 2015/08/03 07:28:46 (permalink)
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make your own meals and put it in tupperware like the pro's
takeaways and resturants may be okay for one cheat day every 6 months
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Re:Restaraunts suited to bodybuilders 2015/08/13 14:14:54 (permalink)
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make your own meals and put it in tupperware like the pro's
takeaways and resturants may be okay for one cheat day every 6 months




I agree. OP, if you want bodybuilding restaurant and the best, you won't find your kitchen a better and suitable one. And now if you do not know cooking, marry someone who knows cooking. 
It is not easy to find a restaurant for bodybuilders with our strict diet. Even the best restaurants out there is not perfect or clean in one way or the other.
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Re:Restaraunts suited to bodybuilders 2015/08/13 14:58:28 (permalink)
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make your own meals and put it in tupperware like the pro's
takeaways and resturants may be okay for one cheat day every 6 months


Absolute gold.
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Re:Restaraunts suited to bodybuilders 2015/11/28 11:29:31 (permalink)
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Bit of an old thread but I notice Wetherspoon's menus have a calorie count and a good selection of healthy snacks in their establishments. better than usual for 'budget' food too with a full steak or chicken-based meal costing around a tenner, including a drink. I've never had a bad meal there.
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Re:Restaraunts suited to bodybuilders 2015/11/28 16:35:25 (permalink)☄ Helpfulby newcastle 2015/11/28 20:25:40
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If you're going out to eat, eat what you want, you sad f**ks.
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Re:Restaraunts suited to bodybuilders 2015/11/28 19:22:00 (permalink)☄ Helpfulby faipdeooiad 2015/11/28 19:29:21
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If you're going out to eat, eat what you want, you sad f**ks.

There you go, thread closed.
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