Church St eatery an app extension

The eat.fit restaurant opened on Church Street a week ago. The restaurant aims to combine good taste with healthy eating. This restaurant is an offshoot of the fit franchise that includes cult.fit and cure.fit as well.

The franchise aims to give a wholesome wellness package where all aspects are covered, including fitness and health.

Before the opening of the outlet, Eat.fit tied up with food delivery apps and then moved on to their own app where users could opt for healthy food choices.

Now, they have entered the market with a restaurant space that has food similar to what is available online.

The restaurant has a design of a fast food restaurant, where the service is quick and the ambience is pleasant.

Aiming to target the calorie conscious crowd in the city, the restaurant says that it ensures that everything is made fresh and uses very less amount of oil. They also make sure that they don’t use preservatives or added flavours.

To put it in perspective, an average lunch is about 1800 to 2000 calories, but eat.fit tries to limit the calories to within 600 to 700 a meal.

Their menu includes food like ‘dal chawal,’ ‘roti and curry,’ paranthas, salads, baked snacks and much more. They also sell cold press juices that refresh, detox and rejuvenate.

They have an aim to have over 50 restaurants across the city by the end of this year.
 

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