4 Mumbai Top Spots for Post-Yoga Nourishment

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Celebrating International Yoga Day doesn’t stop after your final pose. Finding healthy and delicious food to refuel your body after a challenging practice is essential for optimal recovery and continued well-being. Luckily, we have a food guide with a vibrant selection of restaurants and cloud kitchens for all the health-conscious foodies out there. TheGlitz explores four very happening eateries in Mumbai that serve up a storm. Not only is the food extremely tasty, it is also very healthy. And for all you yoga fanatics, these are your one-stop place for some post-yoga nutrition. So go ahead, strike a pose and head that way…

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Sante Spa Cuisine (BKC): This haven for vegetarians and vegans is a dream come true for yogis seeking a wholesome and flavorful post-yoga meal. Twirl their Whole Wheat Spaghetti tossed in a vibrant Kale Pesto for a light yet satisfying option. For a taste of something more substantial, their Quinoa Biryani is a reimagined take on the classic Indian dish, offering a complete protein and fibre punch. Feeling adventurous? Dive into their Zucchini Zoodles with a creamy and flavorful Hemp Pesto for a unique and delicious vegetarian take on a classic pasta dish. Sante Spa Cuisine also offers a delightful Beetroot & Spinach Hummus, perfect for dipping or spreading on toasted whole-wheat bread.

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Yoga Munchie: No Bake Chocolate Coconut Date Balls from The Pantry

The Pantry – Guilt-Free Goodness (Worli and Fort): Don’t be fooled by the name! The Pantry – Guilt-Free Goodness is a revolutionary online food delivery service that brings healthy and convenient options straight to your doorstep. This is perfect for those days when you want to unwind after yoga without the hassle of cooking. For a natural energy boost, try their Ragi Millet Laddoos, made with wholesome ragi flour, nuts, and dates or the No Bake Chocolate Coconut Date Balls. On a keto diet? No worries; they have you covered with their Keto Fit fat bowl. If you’re craving a refreshing salad, their Nutrition Boost Salad is packed with fresh greens, crunchy vegetables, and a light vinaigrette dressing.

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Amazonia

Amazonia (BKC): Escape the ordinary and step into a rainforest paradise at Amazonia. This restaurant’s tranquil ambiance, complete with rainforest decor, is the perfect setting to unwind after a yoga session. Refuel your body with their Greek Salad, a vibrant mix of fresh greens, crumbled feta cheese, kalamata olives, cucumbers, red onions, and bell peppers tossed in a homemade Greek dressing. For a warm and comforting option, their classic Minestrone Soup made with a rich tomato broth, zucchini, leek, celery, and leech is a perfect way to soothe your body after a challenging practice.

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Post-yoga soup – The Blue Bop

The Blue Bop (Khar): This trendy cafe is more than just a pretty face. The Blue Bop takes pride in offering food that nourishes the soul while invigorating your body. Post-yoga, consider their Caribbean Hot Pot soup, a vibrant concoction simmered with fragrant spices and packed with vegetables, to replenish lost electrolytes. For a protein-rich and gluten-free option, their Peri Peri Cottage Cheese Burrito Bowl is a delightful combination of tangy peri peri marinated cottage cheese, fluffy brown rice, fresh salsa, and a dollop of cooling guacamole. If you’re craving greens, their salad selection boasts options like the classic Caesar Salad or the more adventurous Pull Me Up Buratta Salad featuring creamy burrata cheese, roasted vegetables, and a balsamic glaze.

These are just a few of the many healthy dining options available in Mumbai. So, after your next yoga session, explore these restaurants and cloud kitchens, discover your perfect post-yoga fuel, and continue your journey to a healthier and more balanced you!

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