Now we all have places to go to eat, whether it’s a small roadside cafe or your favorite restaurant in Civic, but did you know that there are many healthy and delicious places to eat all over Canberra?
Here is a list of some healthy places to eat around Canberra that you need to add to your to-do list – and no matter if you live in Tuggeranong or Belco, we’ve got you covered.
Rye (Pradon and Tujiranong)
A popular coffee shop in the trendy suburb of Braddon, Ray has a wide range of options for everyone to choose from. With an emphasis on pure, good, and natural food, the atmosphere at Rye is lively and relaxing, perfect for anyone who wants some great food and a great ambiance.
They have all the classic brekkie favorites like granola, eggs, and ricotta pancakes (perfect for those with a sweet tooth!) as well as delicious brunch options like mustard trout with pickled beets, potatoes, and pumpkin (pictured). All made with the freshest, regional and seasonal produce, it’s the perfect way to start your day.
9 Lonsdale Street Braddon and G010/210 Anketell Street, Greenway | ryecafe.com.au
Eighty/Twenty (Kingston, Belkonen, Barton, Braddon and Greenway)
If you haven’t been to Eighty/Twenty, let us introduce you to your newest obsession. This iconic restaurant has locations all over Canberra, making it perfect for a stop if you’re feeling hungry – and with both savory and sweet options to choose from (including French toast, burritos, salad bowls, and plenty of cakes), it’s no wonder it’s a favorite with Many Canberrans.
With their philosophy focused on a balanced lifestyle, Eighty/Twenty has dishes that are as natural, clean, and delicious as they are good for you.
LG05/10 Barberry Street, KingstonAnd the 1/25 Lathlin Street, Belkonen1/18 Lonsdale Street, Braddon, 23 Brisbane Street, Barton And the 191 Anketell Street, Greenway | eightytwentyfood.com.au
Local Press (Kingston Foreshore)
Passionate about healthy food, Local Press on the Kingston Foreshore offers a range of delicious whole foods packed with flavour. With delicious vegetarian and vegan options available (and some for carnivores, too), you can order anything from coconut and cherry pancakes to lamb and chickpea salad.
Dine at the Waterfront Café or pop out nearby to shop (and eat) all things Whole Foods.
Complete Commodities (Civic)
To bridge the gap between nutrition and convenience, The Goods Wholefoods takes a no-good-what-you-do approach. With an emphasis on fresh, simple and honest food, every dish is packed with produce from local suppliers and they even have eco-friendly packaging. One plate of falafel?
There is no lane nameAnd the G9 Store, 40 Marcus Clark Street, Canberra | itsthegoods.com.au
Pool Café (Bradon)
With the aim of creating a healthy and friendly experience with all customers, Gather has a wide range of delicious, enjoyable and most of all clean food. With an incredible environment, Gather is proudly community-driven.
Gather has dishes for everyone, no matter if you have a sweet tooth (hello baby strawberry cake), are healthy (did someone say stacked rosti?), want something small or big, or just need a coffee. But one thing is for sure, whatever you order will definitely be delicious, locally sourced, sustainable and healthy.
4/24 Mort Street, Braddon | cafegather.com.au
Main image: The Goods Wholefoods via Facebook.
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