It may not seem like it but I’m always looking for healthy eats around the metro. The choices are increasing but I just find it quite on the pricey side. Besides, the dishes are constantly evolving here that it’s quite tempting to do away with being healthy. But on one Saturday midday, it was just apt that I dine here and nourish myself in a very good way.
Why did I say that it was apt? Well, it was after my yoga class, and I didn’t want anything that’s too filling. I wanted something fresh, light and satisfying. Salad Stop’s branch was just across from the yoga studio that I was destined to dine here. Surprisingly, their space here was big. I loved the pop of green hues in this branch that it made the place seem lively and relaxing.
This warm grain bowl had a lot of components in such as quinoa, kale, corn, orange and grilled tofu. It had a slight sweet taste to it. At first, I thought that I would easily finish it. I was surprised that the serving was quite huge that I easily got full (but in a light and satisfying way). It kept me going throughout the day. 🙂
I wish I could dine more here. But I find it pricey, and sort of a weekly/monthly indulgence. That has been the image for healthy eats. Still, dining here was well worth it. I know that I nourished my body with something good. It was perfect too for those after-workout sessions or those light Saturday mornings.
G/F One Palanca Building,
100 C. Palanca Street, Legaspi Village,
Official website: https://www.saladstop.ph/en/