Vancouver’s North Shore has many delicious but healthy options so you can still enjoy eating out but keep that new year’s resolution.
Here are six places you can get healthy, veggie-packed meals!
Buddha-Full fuels Vancouver’s North Shore with healthy organic, gluten-free, vegan, and raw food from it’s two locations in Lower Lonsdale and Northwoods. Both locations have a relaxed West Coast atmosphere where you can pick up smoothies, acai bowls, buddha bowls, and sandwiches and wraps.
Glory Juice Co in Lower Lonsdale was created by a group of friends who are passionate about their own health and committed to making fresh, clean + simply delicious juices, shakes, bowls + other healthy good stuff. Glory juices are raw, 100% certified organic + cold-pressed.
Tao Organics in Lower Lonsdale has a menu of healthy and nutritious vegan, raw cuisine. Their varied menu includes vegan delights such as Rawsagna, nori rolls, burgers, and pizzas. It’s a great place to go for a filling and nutrient rich meal.
If you’re looking for a gluten-free or vegan treat, Two Daughters Bakeshop is the place for you! Their location in North Vancouver offers cookies, cakes, pies and tarts to take away, all suitable for those of you with special dietary requirements.
The Anchor Eatery in West Vancouver is a coastal surf town-inspired eatery specializing in fresh and conscious eating. Their new tuna poke is a must-try and they are well known for their wholesome breakfast menu.
The Workshop Vegetarian Cafe in North Vancouver is a Japanese-inspired restaurant created by a team of Chefs, Artisans, Bakers, Nutritionists, Educators and Personal Trainers with a shared vision. Their menu of noodles, rice bowls, and baked goods is made from locally-grown, organic, and fairly-traded ingredients wherever possible.
For other appetizing dining options on Vancouver’s North Shore, check out our listings.