8 places to eat healthy

PUBLISHED: 11:01 22 February 2016

Evelyn’s Café Bar

Evelyn’s Café Bar

Superfood breakfasts and protein rich meals from some of the best healthy eating spots in Lancashire, Manchester and Liverpool.

Nutri Bar, Bolton
Nutri Bar is Bolton’s answer to healthy eating while on-the-go. Whether you’re after protein pancakes in the morning, a tasty soup of the day or some grilled salmon with wholegrain pasta and some lean veggies, the meals are filled with nutrients and will keep you running all day.
72 Chorley Street, Bolton, BL1 4AL
nutri-bar.co.uk

The Health Bar, Lytham
The Health Bar is the brainchild of Katherine Wholey and Olivia Knowles, owners of K.O. Juice. The duo set out to create a healthy food bar to compliment their thriving juice business, bringing an easy way to have a great diet to Lytham.
Unit 2, Tudor Building, South Westby street, FY8 5JE Lytham St Annes, Lancashire
www.facebook.com/TheHealthBarLytham

The Coven Café and Bistro, Wigan
You’ll find The Coven Café and Bistro in Wigan’s town centre. Expect excellent veggie and vegan meals, this is a great place to visit on a cheat day, their falafel burgers are well recommended and healthy, as they are prepared using mixed seeds, ground flaxseed and homemade hummus. Nice!
The Coven Vegetarian Restaurant, 43 Hallgate, Wigan
thecovencafe.weebly.com/our-menu.html

Wahu, Manchester
Serving up high protein meals that are both fresh and satisfying, Wahu is changing lunches in Manchester one meal at a time. The self titled express food bar serves up a range of delicious and guilt free meals including tasty wraps, protein boxes and you have the option of designing your own using the ingredients available. Meals are packed full of greens, lean meats and a lot of flavour.
The Avenue, Spinningfields, Manchester, M3 3AP
wahufood.com

Evelyn’s Café Bar, Manchester
Evelyn’s is a gorgeous café in the Northern Quarter adorned with plants and its own Fig tree. The café strays away from the popular American style menus and instead gives you something entirely different, and it’s good. The menu is filled with fruity dishes like the calamari, papaya, lotus root, nuoc cham and the lamb, chilli mint, quinoa, pomegranate salsa verde combo.
G18, Smithfield Building, Tib St, Manchester M4 1NB
www.evelynscafebar.com

Cowherds, Manchester
Cowherd’s is a vegan lunch wagon and café parked up in Greengate Square. If you’re a fan of juice cleanses, there are lots of exciting flavours to choose from including Tumeric Nut Milk, Phat Beat and The Alkaliser. The van serves breakfasts, salads, hot food and snacks high in protein. If you’re in the area stop by for a Chia Breakfast Pudding, packed with Almond Milk, Chia Seeds, Coconut Oil, Dates, Cinnamon, Vanilla, Seasonal Berry Chia Jam & Coconut Chips.
Greengate Square, Victoria Bridge Street, Manchester, UK M3 5AS
www.cowherds.org.uk/food/

Leaf, Liverpool
Leaf of Bold Street has its own unique vibe and personality; it serves wholesome food and a huge range of loose leaf teas. It started life as a small tea shop ran by friends, but these days Leaf serves hearty breakfasts ranging from cinnamon porridge or granola with soy milk to full breakfasts suiting a variety of dietaries.
Leaf, 65–67 Bold Street, Liverpool, L1 4EZ
www.thisisleaf.co.uk

Etsu, Liverpool
Taste authentic Japanese food at Etsu in Liverpool, the restaurant serves a full Japanese menu as well as an extensive range of freshly prepared sushi. Enjoy small plates trialling several items from the menu, each prepared with a delicate mix of fresh vegetables and exotic fish.
25 The Strand, Liverpool, L2 0XJ
www.etsu-restaurant.co.uk

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