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A vegetarian and vegan haven, this trendy Sea Point eatery is constantly bustling with fresh, healthy options to be enjoyed by all. With a core focus of using the best-quality ingredients and presenting them in innovative and impressive ways, the raw element comes from eating well and eating clean.
Smoothie bowls and hydraulically cold-pressed juices will certainly perk you up, and the pumpkin pie flapjacks are not to be missed. With secret ingredients like chickpeas, flax seeds and pumpkin, the tasty clouds of joy masquerade as a guilty treat while secretly doing wonders for you.
Beyond Beef vegan burger patties are lavishly presented, topped with all the trimmings like vegan bacon, vegan mozzarella, fried onion and chipotle mayonnaise, hugged in a turmeric bun. While the burger does come in on the pricier side, it can certainly fool even experienced meat burger lovers.
Healthier options like the ‘super bowls’ offer gut-healing options, including the probiotic bowl with alfalfa sprouts, sauerkraut, mung beans and probiotic cashew mayo. Top-notch sweet potato fries come with the burgers or can be enjoyed as side dish with a dollop of wasabi aioli.
Finish with a raw organic treat like the Mocha Delight or ‘Snickers Bar’, both equally decadent but hiding a bit of healthy goodness inside.
Coffee and teas can all be paired with a variety of plant-based milks. You can also try a juice cleanse with returnable glass bottles so you can do your bit for the environment while getting healthy. The smoothies are special – the Snickers smoothie is like a superb chocolate shake, with the addition of a revitalising blast from cashews, pea protein, dates and coconut oil.
Self-service at the counter, but staff go the extra mile to explain ingredients and accommodate specific dietary requests.
There’s always a hive of activity in this naturally decorated space. Raw wood panels and bright neon lights leave a feeling of warmth and nature.
A healthy lunch or indulgent vegan junk food.
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