5 healthy places to eat in Belfast that won’t spoil the budget | drink food

January is the month of resolutions – are you trying to be good this year?

Now that we’re all back to work, it can be hard to find inspiration to eat healthy all week long. Would you trade a glass of wine for fruit juice or a pizza for a salad?

Sometimes when you’re trying to stick to healthy eating, your brain teases you with thoughts of eating out or having fun snacks 24/7.

Just because you’re eating healthy doesn’t mean you get stuck in the kitchen boiling chicken and broccoli all day. Belfast is home to a variety of places that will give your taste buds plenty of flavour.

We’ve tried and tested five local restaurants that offer healthy alternatives.

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chopped ni

The healthy fast food chain Chopped debuted in Northern Ireland in 2017, providing balanced and nutritious meals to its customers, selling over 20,000 salads per week across the island of Ireland. With the ‘skip the queue’ option also available via Freshly Chopped’s online app, customers can order ahead of their scheduled collection time and have their meal ready for them when they arrive at the location.

Slim Healthy Kitchen, Lisburn Rd, Belmont Rd, Market Magravelt Street

With the slogan #ChooseBalance, Slim’s has changed the healthy eating game in Northern Ireland. With the stores in Belfast and Magravelt, making a balanced choice without feeling like you’ve made sacrifices has never been easier. Popular for its variety of wraps and protein shakes, it’s the perfect solution after a run or gym session.

Soul Food Cafe, Ormo Road

It offers a healthy twist on classic comfort food, from fresh soups to superfood salads and Spanish omelettes. This is a hidden gem in the heart of Belfast, with a brunch menu that will make your mouth water.

Home, Wellington Place

With a great downtown location, Home Menu will satisfy all your needs with exceptionally healthy dishes using grains and pulses. It serves the best local produce, and there are also vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free options.

Cafe O, Ormo Road, Botanic Avenue, Lisburn Road, Donegal Square North, Craiga Road

Kaffe O is a Nordic-inspired café but makes great breakfasts and lunches, and soups, stews and salads are always vegan and often vegan and use only the highest quality produce.

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