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Yap! As much as I love to please my eyes and stuff my tummy with all the decadent foods we often see.. Sometimes all I really want is a healthy (and also yummy) meal especially during this winter season.. The colder it gets, the more I crave for comfort foods!

Healthy foods are not limited to mere salad bowls or raw fruits and not having desserts at all.. There is no need to eat bland and boring dishes since there are so many healthy eateries nowadays..

So, we've gathered the 12 best healthy eats in Sydney and here's what we've got for you..

1. Earth to Table, Bondi Junction

Earth to Table's created by Julie Mitsios, an Australia's leading raw food chef in 2012 and mainly serves organic raw vegan food.. Everything on the menu is gluten free, sugar free, dairy free and paleo-friendly.

(Think of paleo as an effort to eat like a caveman used to hunt or find back in the day.. This means they use organic produce from local growers and prepare all the ingredients from scratch to be used in the dishes)

They have a quite extensive menu with some daily specials to choose from.. This one is their Green Superfood Bowl topped with fresh fruits and Greenola (Spirulina mixed with Buckwheat Granola and seeds).. This super-bowl is definitely nutrient-packed, filling and absolutely delicious!

Try their Alfredo Pasta if you feel like something solid for your lunch (available from 11.30am).. A fettuccine made from zucchini is well dressed in a fine creamy cashew based sauce and served with some wilted spinach, peas and mushrooms.

Tips: check their daily specials and don't forget to save some space for their awesome raw cakes from the dessert cabinet.

Earth to Table
85 Bronte Road, Bondi Junction

Opening Hours:
Wednesday to Friday 8am - 5pm, Saturday to Sunday 8am - 6pm
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2. Sadhana Kitchen, Enmore

Sadhana started as a pop-up store but they have a permanent store on Enmore Road now.. Their menu is seasonal and everything is prepared at temperature below 40 degree Celsius and definitely plant-based. 

I tried their Not-ella Crepes.. It's banana and flax seed crepe served with their house-made not-ella spread, berry cream, fresh banana, berry compote, coconut yoghurt and chocolate fudge sauce..

Tips: Their Zucchini Lasagna is a must try if you don't feel like something sweet.

Sadhana Kitchen
147 Enmore Road, Enmore

Opening Hours:
9am to 4pm daily
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3. Bread and Circus, Alexandria

Tucked inside a spacious industrial warehouse, Bread and Circus stands out with their feminine colours and rustic canteen style.. Their menu changes daily based entirely on which fresh ingredients they have and they also offer an all-day breakfast menu on weekends..

Their Foxy Winter Porridge is a must try if you prefer a creamy oat porridge in the morning.. Served with syrup baked pears, crunchy granola, lots of hazelnuts and a dollop of organic clotted cream (optional), this comforting bowl will surely leave you with a big smile.. You can opt for their Six Hour Organic Chicken Brown Rice Congee if you feel like having a savoury porridge.. This soothing, warm and tasty bowl is served with wedges of sourdough and butter. 

You also can't miss their Sandwich Boxes if you are looking for a lighter meal.. They have varied options to choose from and let you assemble the ingredients yourself..

Ps: I'd suggest you to pair your breakfast bowl with Preston, they steam a dark Callebaut chocolate with earl grey milk and served it with a piece of dark Belgian chocolate 

Bread and Circus
21 Fountain St, Alexandria

Opening Hours:
Monday to Friday 7am - 3pm and Saturday to Sunday 7am - 4pm
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4. Henley's Wholefoods, Bondi and Alexandria

Henley's defines themselves as a wholefoods cafe proudly serves foods, coffee, cold-pressed juices and protein shakes that are gluten free, dairy free and refined sugar free.. Their food selections are made from high quality local produces, have lots of nutrients and relatively few calories.. 

Try their Pumpkin Hazelnut Meal Bread that's served with zucchini ribbons, smoked salmon and dressed with Coyo coconut yoghurt dressing and some herbs. Add poached egg if you want extra protein or order Henley's Benedict (weekend only) that comes with poached eggs, sauteed spinach, your choice of bacon or salmon on Henley's sprouted bread with their own Hollandaise sauce..

Don't forget to order CocoWhip as this dessert is made from coconut water with no added sugar and surprisingly tastes so smooth and light.. Ask the staff as they regularly run some specials.

Henley's Wholefoods
38 Mitchell Road, Alexandria 
9/310-330 Oxford Street, Bondi
(They'll open another 3 stores in Double Bay, Paddington and Surry Hills soon)

Opening Hours:
Alexandria: Monday – Sunday 7am – 4pm
Bondi: Monday to Saturday 6am – 4pm and Sunday 7.30am – 4pm
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5. Bondi Wholefoods, North Bondi

Bondi Wholefoods is commited to use 100% organic ingredients and they also have great selections of organic and healthy products you can purchase from their small "mart".. They have quite a wide range of things on their menu as well as some specials you'll hear from the staffs as soon as you're seated..

Try their Acai Breakfast Bowl with generous granola, slices of strawberries and banana on top as well as their famous BWF Paleo Bread! This savoury loaf is made from Papanui eggs, organic almond meal, zucchini, red capsicum, olives and sun-dried tomato.. It's delicious, nutrition-packed and definitely gluten free, dairy free with no added sugar.

Bondi Wholefoods
1/30A Hastings Parade, North Bondi

Opening Hours:
7am - 7pm daily
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6. Suzy Spoon's Vegetarian Butcher, Newtown

It's quite interesting when you read a butcher sign but you don't see any meat inside the shop.. Suzy Spoon's Vegetarian Butcher is Australia's first and only vegan butcher where you can buy their own brand of handmade vegan sausages, burger patties, schnitzels, smoky rasher bacon and bolognese or eat it the form of delicious meals from their deli cafe..

I tried their Spoon Burger, made with Spoon's own rosemary and garlic patty, onion, tomato, beetroot, lettuce and their own homemade tomato sauce and mayo.. It tasted saucy good and had that texture that aligns with the idea of a patty.. 

Suzy Spoon's Vegetarian Butcher
22-24 King Street, Newtown

Opening Hours:
Tuesday to Wednesday:
10:00 am - 7:00 pm
10:00 am - 9:00 pm
Friday to Saturday:
8:00 am - 9:00 pm
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
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7. Superfood Sushi, Newtown

Superfood Sushi has finally opened its door as a first Vegan Sushi Cafe in Sydney.. I could say it's a new approach for eating sushi with healthier alternative and definitely cruelty-free.. 

I tried their Mango Chick Sushi Rolls.. They use Forbidden green organic rice as the base with asparagus, red capsicum, cucumber and rocket with mango chilli hummus sauce on top.. This roll came prettily and each bite was fresh and definitely tasty!

They also offer sushi in pieces if 8-pieces sushi rolls are too much for you.. I ordered one of their Gunkan style sushi and it's called Magic Mushroom Soy.. Forbidden black rice's wrapped with Turmeric soy wrap and topped with marinated Portobello and Shiitake mushrooms.. It had a strong salty and sour taste from the garlic and plum vinegar but went well with the succulent mushrooms.. 

Superfood Sushi
69-77 King Street, Newtown

Opening Hours:
11am - 9pm daily
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8. Thr1ve, CBD and North Ryde

Junk food is not the only option you have if you're in a rush.. Thr1ve offers a real delicious healthy food and real fast (most importantly).. The stores can be easily found in city as well as in Melbourne, Canberra and Brisbane.. 

The ordering process is pretty simple, you can choose from their menu suggestion or create your own bowls and smoothies..

MLC Centre: Shop 28, level 6, 19-29 Martin Place, Sydney
Westfield Sydney: Shop 5005, Westfield Pitt Street, Sydney
Macquarie Centre: Level 3, Bus stop entrance Herring Road (opposite TGI's) 17 Herring Road, North Ryde
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 9. The Gardens, Wynyard

A hidden gem in Wynyard area offering a wide range of healthy foods for breakfast and lunch.. From the first bite, I couldn't believe these ball-shaped Organic Almond Pancakes were actually dairy free, sugar free, yeast free and most importantly they were so delicious, fluffy and had that light nutty flavour.. 

The Gardens
Shop T1, 259 George Street, Wynyard

10. Nook Urban Fresh Bar, Sydney CBD

In the middle of hectic nature of the CBD, Nook presents themselves in the form of freshly made healthy foods.. They also have salad and juice bar if you want to take away some food.. On top of their salads, sandwiches and burgers, Nook also offers new creative seasonal menu and freshly made soup everyday..

Order their Rotolo for your proteins intake as they stuffed the succulent chicken breast generously with linseed, sunflower, almond, organic quinoa, coconut yoghurt and melted brie cheese. It was then served with enoki fries and creamy leek sauce.. 

Don't forget to ask the staff to get you a bottle of Breu's creamy and healthy Lavender and Mint Infused Cashew Milk to go along with your meal..

Nook Urban Fresh Bar
4/83 Clarence St, Sydney

Opening Hours:
Monday to Friday 6.30am - 4.30pm
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11. Ritual, Northbridge

Taline Gabrielian, the one behind the famous "Hippie Lane" range has opened Ritual in Northbridge.. Like the old saying that good things come in small packages, Ritual's thick and rich Acai Bowl and a hearty bowl of Quinoa and Chia Porridge are two must try whenever you visit this place! 

1/160 Sailors Bay Rd Northbridge

Opening Hours:
6am - 3.30pm daily
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12. Culture Bean, Kogarah

Culture Bean is famous for its Instagram-worthy Acai Bowl you can easily see being posted.. The menu is all written on the wall and you need to order at the counter as there's no table service.. Their banana-y creamy acai bowl is served icy cold and topped with fresh blueberries, banana, strawberries, passionfruit, granola and coconut..

Culture Bean
15 Gray St, Kogarah

Opening Hours:
6am - 4pm daily
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