Pizzas, pasta, burgers, ice-creams, fries, and other junk food may taste yum, but if you eat them regularly, they’ll only make you FAT. Unfortunately, such food items are available at every second eatery and are generally cheaper than the healthier ones. If you reside in Mumbai or are visiting the city, and would like to eat salads, wraps, or grilled food, worry not as your options are not limited! With people getting more health-conscious, a lot of restaurants are beginning to include healthy food items on their menu. The below-mentioned restaurants, in particular, have a wide range of healthy, nutritional food items that you must try out.
Bombay Salad Co.
Located in Khar, this place is known for its salads, wraps, and smoothies. The most popular dishes on their menu are the Feel Good Salad and the Red Samurai Salad. For those with a sweet tooth, Bombay Salad Co. also serves a delicious dairy-free dark chocolate sorbet.
Known for its crepes, Suzette also has an extensive salad menu and gives you the option of making your own salad. You can also enjoy some freshly squeezed fruit juices and smoothies along with your food. If you visit this place, make sure you try out their watermelon and feta salad.
With loads of gluten free and vegan options on the menu, this cafe is a favorite amongst residents in Bandra. The Birdsong is one of the few places in the city that serves pizzas with vegan cheese. Their Hot Chocolate, too, is to die for but if you are on a diet, you should probably skip it.
This hole-in-the-wall place serves the healthiest burgers in town. Well, a healthy burger sounds like an oxymoron but trust Gostana to get it right. All their patties are steamed and the burgers come with a bowl of steamed corn on the side.
The Yoga House
Quinoa Upma, Poha with Sprouts and Ayurvedic Oats Porridge are some of the dishes on the menu of The Yoga House. This place serves some traditional Indian food with a twist and all of the dishes are made with very little oil. You can end your meal with some gluten-free Almond Cookies.
Now, go ahead, and indulge without feeling guilty.