We won’t lie to you, January can be a rough ride. We make resolutions that are realistically a little out of reach for the first week of the New Year and before we know it there is a spiral of failure as we kick each of them to the curb for real life dramas – well enough of this.
Late Night London are here to put one thing back into January and that is JOY.
Forget about Dry Jan or January Blues, the only place we want to hear the word dry is on the weather report, this January we have a fabulous selection of low calorie food and cocktail choices for you to stay on the straight and narrow without sacrificing life’s little pleasures.
With dishes to delight all for under 500 calories you can pick from hearty, warming options like Fish Pie – a sumptuous blend of cod, kale, leeks and carrots with a herby breadcrumb topping, Moroccan Chicken with rich spices and cous cous included or Sweet Potato Hash for only 400 calories to name but a few dishes. These are not sad salady options for a cold and miserable dieting January, this is real, delicious food with nothing but nutrition and Joy on offer.
To wash down these dieters delights enjoy calorie controlled cocktails with healthy ingredients to boost nutrition whilst giving you all the bang for your buck that you expect from a yummy cocktail. Choose from a delicious blend of Vodka, lime juice, agave and passion fruit puree in the Fresh Start to bring a hint of the tropics to your January without having to fear for bikini season, the Pommartini with superfood pomegranate juice, lime, agave syrup and carb free gin, Pomegranate Fizz again with that all important superfood pomegranate, agave, vodka, lemon juice all topped with soda for a long drink or the Slinky Mojito using rum, lime juice and mint without the sugar to bring you half the calories of a normal mojito – what could be better and however will you choose?
With all these options available throughout January alongside our incredible sale there really is no reason at all to be blue and every reason to grab a couple of friends and make the most of ‘in door time’.