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Vegan, Paleo Or Raw: Eat Healthily In Dubai

Vegan, Paleo Or Raw: Eat Healthily In Dubai http://www.visitdubai.com/en/dff/experience/casual-dining/eat-healthily-in-dubai 20161226T144019 20170220T123619:636231909799459994 Casual Dining As a recognised gastronomic destination, Dubai has been expanding its culinary landscape to incorporate healthier food options for both residents and tourists as they become more aware of how nutritious food impacts their health. This DFF, several participating restaurants are creating delicious dishes prepared with ‘clean eating’ in mind, including The Acai Spot, Soulfull, Iwok and Wild & The Moon at etisalat Beach Canteen. Dubai encourages healthy lifestyle of foodies through various participating restaurants. As a recognised gastronomic destination, Dubai has been expanding its culinary landscape to incorporate healthier food options for both residents and tourists as they become more aware of how nutritious food impacts their health. This DFF, several participating restaurants are creating delicious dishes prepared with ‘clean eating’ in mind, including The Acai Spot, Soufull, Iwok and Wild & The Moon at etisalat Beach Canteen.

Each restaurant has taken into consideration specific dietary requirements diners might have and incorporated them into the menu in the tastiest way possible. Their menus feature a fantastically healthy variety: from vegan to raw, from paleo to gluten-free and 100% organic. DFF’s restaurants cover a diverse scope of cuisines where natural ingredients and simple cooking processes take centre stage.

Start your day on a good note at The Acai Spot with a breakfast bowl of Brazilian acai berries heaped with Greek yogurt, strawberries, blueberries, bananas and dates. Or tuck into one of their super salads packed with white quinoa, baby spinach, cherry tomato and walnuts, and served with protein bread.

If you are looking for an oriental meal, go to Soulfull, a Moroccan place with a twist on healthy eating. Try their chicken salad that is steeped in nutrient-packed ingredients such as kale, chia seeds, semi-sundried tomatoes. Be sure to enjoy their sugar-free and dairy-free meals – perhaps oat pancakes with jam made from chia berry or exotic fruits.

If you love Asian flavours, dishes made from shitake mushrooms, capsicum and cabbage from Iwok are a must. Head down to etisalat Beach Canteen to enjoy ‘veggie-milks’ by Wild & The Moon made with sprouted almonds, sprouted rice and cacao beans to name a few. Healthy eating never tasted so good. 
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