14 Charlotte Restaurants For A Healthy Reset

If you are ready To replace heavy holiday meals and high-sugar foods with veggies, grains, and lean meats, Charlotte has plenty of healthy options. Focusing on the Mediterranean and vegetarian options, these menus are so delicious, you’ll forget that they’re healthy, too.

Featured Resturant: joy factory
1801 N. Graham St., Ste. 101
Camp North End offers plenty of opportunity to have fun, but when you need a good meal, head to this powered kitchen. Enjoy locally sourced, nutrient-dense vegetarian dishes like rainbow toast and falafel tower. For a colorful mix, try Socca and Salad, a refreshing dose of kale, beets, and turnip rubbed with sesame served on a hummus crepe that will satisfy whether you’re a vegetarian or not.

Cashew Kid
1608 East Blvd.
This Mediterranean-focused menu includes bowls of kale, quinoa, wood-fired vegetables, skewers, and grilled chicken.

Kidd cashew grill chicken with sides. Photo by Peter Taylor.

Verne, Flavors from the Garden
1419 East Blvd. , Ste. a
This vegetarian restaurant serves vegetarian appetizers, sides and desserts.

Cilantro Noodle
2001 Commonwealth Street.
Your meals, styled like Chipotle, include a basic starch (egg noodles, vermicelli noodles, white rice, or fried rice), one protein, and five toppings.

Eight + sand kitchen
135 New Berne Street
Handcrafted bread and pastries are hard to resist, but for a healthy and filling meal, order the Shakshouka, a skillet of poached eggs in a spicy tomato sauce with turnip, chickpeas, onions and garlic.

live kitchen
2000 South Avenue, St. 300
This vegan gem is known for its gluten-free vegan quinoa burger, sweet potato sushi roll, and lemon-and-lemon cheesecake made with cashews, coconut, and lime on a pecan crust.

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Yafu Kitchen Chicken Shawarma Plate. Photo by Peter Taylor.

Yafu Kitchen
720 Governor Morrison St., St. 120
With additional locations in Dilworth and Plaza Midwood, this fast-casual concept serves Middle Eastern and Mediterranean-inspired cuisine in wraps, salads, and cereal bowls.

Basil Thai
210 N. Church St.
Thai lovers can satiate their cravings with the traditional Pad Thai dish, while those with more daring palates can try dishes like Crispy Red Curry Duck, which is a rich half of a duck fried in a spicy sauce.

kosina estia
609 North Street, Belmont
This upscale Mediterranean restaurant serves healthy and delicious dishes such as gyro pitas, lamb burgers and hearty salads.

flower son
1537 Camden Rd
Whether you are vegetarian, vegan, paleo or just hungry, you can find something at this colorful restaurant.

Roots Café
2135 Southend Drive, St. 109
This restaurant offers a simple menu of breakfast burritos, cereal bowls, sandwiches and coffee.

Oh my soul
3046 N. Davidson St.
Enjoy bowls of Buddha, vegan nachos, fruit smoothies, and dairy-free lattes on the patio where dogs are always welcome.

Crunch Bistro
401 N Street. you try
Order fresh salads, wraps and bread that help you stay on track with your nutritional goals and never leave you hungry.

village juice company
1115 N Brevard Street
This juice bar inside Optimist Hall serves smoothies, cereal bowls and salads.

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