4 Eastern Suburbs Healthy Food Spots You Shouldn’t Miss

eastern suburbs healthy food spots

With a raft of walking paths, fresh coastal air and green open spaces; Sydney’s East is a haven for those looking to live life on the healthier side. Plus several local food outlets make it so easy to stay healthy. Don’t miss out on visiting these Eastern Suburbs healthy food spots.

Naked Foods – Bondi Junction and Double Bay

Founded in 2012, Naked Foods specialises in selling organic health foods. The concept is simple. It’s about eating natural food straight from nature. No modern processing and no extra packaging. Everything is kept simple and environmentally friendly so there is no excess clutter. This is a good way for people to avoid wasting because they only buy what they need. If you use your own packaging, you’ll even get an in-store 5 percent discount. Naked Food products include seeds, nuts, spreads, oils and dressings, super foods, dried fruits, tea and coffee, and chocolates. Naked Stores already has 21 stores across the country, including two in Sydney’s Eastern suburbs.

Cali Press – Coogee, Double Bay, Bondi and Bronte

Cali Press has a range of healthy breakfast and lunch options on their menu. The brekkie, acai and smoothie bowls give you a healthy boost to your morning. The signature breakfast bowl contains pistachio granola, coconut chia and coconut yogurt at the base with toppings of strawberry, coconut, passionfruit and banana. You can even choose a nutritious pot or super bowl from the grab-and-go health shelf. Don’t leave without trying the liver detoxifying celery juice or the brain enhancing evergreen juice. They’re worth trying after your morning jog or walk. If you fancy coffee, try some of the best-quality blends here.

O Superfood – Bondi Junction

Serving smoothies, juices, salads and more, there’s a real emphasis on health at O Superfood. This relaxed café is popular because the food is not only healthy, but delicious and affordable too. Never tried pumpkin with lemongrass and herbs in a broth before? Now you can! Fancy a Mexican spiced sweet potato wrap with beans and spinach? Go for it! Want to start your day with a protein bowl full of blended cashews, chia, quinoa, dates, goji and seasonal fruit? Amazing choice! Finish off with a delicious smoothie.

Wholefoods House – Woollahra

Family owned and operated, Wholefoods House offers a huge range of natural and organic produce. The first store opened in Woollahra in 2004 and the latest one relocated to Roseberry in 2017. The store stocks organic fruits, vegetables, breads, meat, eggs, dairy, and seafood – all sourced ethically and sustainably. Pre-prepared organic foods and eco-friendly personal care products are also on the shelves. Wholefoods House supports local artisan producers and always buys direct when possible. As a loyalty program member, you may get further discounts on in-store items.

Next time you’re around, be sure to try these amazing Eastern suburbs healthy food spots. Better yet, move here and have them on your doorstep. If you’re keen on moving to the Eastern suburbs, check out these properties for lease from Murray Property.

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