Salads are one of the quickest and easiest meals together. With the growth of young people’s awareness of nutrition, the demand for fast, tasty and nutrient-packed meals has also increased. So, we have compiled a list of some of the best places to sample a refreshing salad in Mumbai:
Poetry with love and cheese
Poetry by Love and Cheesecake excels not only in satisfying customers’ sweet tooth, but also in its light and artistic salads. From a rich burrata salad with crisp walnuts and roasted bell peppers to a simple and warm grilled salad that comes in various variations, this café has a variety of options. One may celebrate this monsoon season with a warm bowl of creamy mushroom soup or a gourmet tea called Little Buddha to complement a bright and delicious meal. Not to mention the warm and welcoming hospitality of Poetry by Love and Cheesecake in the prime locations of Juhu, Bandra and Powai.
Sequel is Mumbai’s prominent healthy eatery, with locations in Bandra, BKC and Kala Ghoda. The exquisite cuisine of this Bollywood favorite is prepared using organic vegetables. There are many varieties available, from vegan to nutrient-rich and gluten-free. Although on the healthy side, Sequel salad dishes like The Wholesome Bowl and Pretty in Pink will keep you captivated.
Guard Manager Cafe
Located in Vile Parle and Juhu, Garde Manger is a vegan café that has expanded to include vegan cuisine. The restaurant introduced a vegetarian menu by serving dishes such as Soya Kheema Pav. Salads, such as Zesty Quinoa Salad, can be eaten for a nutrient-rich dinner.
Pishu’s Café has locations in many parts of Mumbai, including Malad and Andheri. This establishment has gained popularity among fitness enthusiasts due to its focus on nutritious and energy-packed meals. Makes delicious smoothies with seasonal fruits and berries using ultra-fresh ingredients. On top of that, there are other salad options, including The Exotic Salad, which consists of sprouts, baby corn, peppers, and other vegetables fried in their own sauce.
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