Healthy comfort food at Church St

Looking for a quick meal on Church Street? You can now head to Eat.fit that opened just about a month ago.

Though the brand is an old one, as a delivery-only service, the Church Street one offers a physical space for diners to stop.

Boasting a menu of ‘superfood’ vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes, we eagerly tucked into their food for lunch.

The restaurant is part of the Cult.fit franchise, which specialises in fitness, wellness and food.

Eat.fit has items like Oatmeal Bowls, Curry and Biryani on the menu. The head of the food design team, Manasa Rajan, told us the ethos is “guilt free comfort food”.

All ingredients are sourced locally — with Manasa emphasising the menu’s inclusion of superfoods like flaxseed, and the exclusion of ingredients like oil and sugar.

We enjoyed the Veg Thali with Dal Makhni, Paneer Khatta Pyaaz and Roti, which can be customised to include different curries of your choice.

Both curries were rich in flavour; the dal gravy was particularly tasty and would go down well when you’re looking for something cosy on a rainy day.

The whole wheat rotis were light and easy to devour and did not drench in oil.

Accompanying the meal, we sipped on the Snickers Smoothie. It was a delightful chocolate hit that’s made and bottled fresh in-house.

For the sweet lovers, the eatery offers bite-sized Chocolate Brownie and Lemon Chia Bake which are a healthy treat after a nutritious meal.

While Eat.fit is well worth a visit, for the environmentally-minded, be aware that drinks and food are served in plastic bottles and disposable trays.

It’s a work in progress with Manasa saying the company wants to get biodegradable options.

Eat.fit is located at No 24 Church Street. It is open from 10 am to 10 pm.

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