Beach season is approaching, and although we’ve enjoyed the “winter” months in Hong Kong, it’s time to buckle down and start eating healthy again. Lunch we always find is the hardest part, especially if you’re like the BloomMe Girls and don’t have time to cook or make a healthy lunch to bring to work the next day. However, Hong Kong being Hong Kong, a lot of places either cost an arm and a leg, or you’re left starving all day. Luckily for you, the BloomMe Girls have been trying and testing lunch spots around Sheung Wan so that you don’t have to- it’s a hard life, but someone’s gotta do it!

Purple Tomato

The friendliest salad shop you’ll ever come across. Rina and her small team whip up generous portions of salads, wraps and paninis, all done with a beaming smile. You can choose from their menu or create your own salads from their fresh ingredients on the dot. We love Purple Tomato for their western portion sizes, they never skimp on giving you meat and the fact you never pay extra for avocado! Their standard salads are all around $70-$85, and you can whatsapp in advance to beat the lunchtime rush.

Address: Shop A, Kai Fun Building, 2, 2 Jervois St, Sheung Wan
Phone: 6695 3623 (Whatsapp Rina)
Hours8:30AM–9PM

NOSH By Secret Ingredient 

If you’re a regular reader of the blog, you’ll be  no stranger to hear about our love for Nosh. The BloomMe Girls tried Nosh for the first time last month and loved it. If you’re the type of person that loves the idea of meal planning, but doesn’t necessarily have the time or kitchen space, then Nosh are perfect for you! Head Chef Kevin James from the W Hotel and his team prepare different delicious healthy meals delivered to your home or office every day and the best part is that it doesn’t make you feel like you’re dieting- we particularly loved the chicken and chorizo jambalaya with mixed peppers and brown rice. Each day is totally different so you’re never bored with the same meal twice!

Use code BLOOMMENOSH when signing up to get 10% OFF every time you order!

 

SupaFood

Jervois Street serves up another hot spot for healthy food with SupaFood. A wide range of meals including salads bowls, casseroles and hearty but healthy dishes such as their Organic Australian Beef Bolognaise. Dishes range from around $50HKD to $100 depending on what you’re buying and the size. Their cool laid back vibes and nostalgic 90’s tunes are perfect for those who want to pull up one of the few stools outside and eat to the beat.

Address: 1 Jervois St, Sheung Wan

Phone: 2812 6088

Hours: 12–8:30PM

 

Cadobox 

Cadobox is a healthy food delivery system that you order all through Facebook messenger, Whatsapp or e-mail via AI technology. Everyday the menu changes with delicious meals such as gluten free chilli con carne with brown rice or a classic chicken salad starting at $75 with free delivery delivered right to your office! Although they make most of their own meals, they also get in some of Hong Kong’s best healthy eateries such as Nosh, MANA! and Foodie. Simply shoot them a message and their automated system will send you back responses as if it was a real person! The magic of technology never falters to baffle us! Want to try? Use voucher code #BLOOMME20 for your $20 off your first order.

Monsieur Chatté Now the French are known for great food, there’s no doubt that bread, cheese and cured meats has a strong place in our hearts, but healthy food isn’t what generally springs to mind. Which is why we were so delightfully surprised to stumble upon , a French delicatessen that serves up all your French delights from the finest cheeses to pastries…but with a twist. They also serve salads ($65) packed full of delicious and fresh ingredients, including fresh herbs on top to give them that French je nais sai quoi. If you’d like to create your own salad, upstairs holds their salad bar where you can choose up to 4 ingredients for the same price! Merci Monsieur!
Address: 121 Bonham Strand,

Hours: 10AM–8PM

Phone: 3105 8077

Know any other healthy spots we missed off? Let us know!

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Beach season is approaching, and although we’ve enjoyed the “winter” months in Hong Kong, it’s time to buckle down and start eating healthy again. Lunch we always find is the hardest part, especially if you’re like the BloomMe Girls and don’t have time to cook or make a healthy lunch to bring to work the…