Mumbai has food culture that you will not find in any other city across India. People and their fooding habits are a mix bag of extravagant, flashy, comfort, mindful, healthy, indulgent and experimental. We have a ton of places in the city which will satisfy any epicure, we also have a plethora of places where you can eat consciously and be mindful of what you're putting in your body.

Yet , finding a place which has the perfect balance of indulgent, comfort and healthy food is a rare thing. Which is why, Kitchen Garden by Suzette is a heathy kitchen and bakery at Pali Hill that you have to know more about.

Fresh, Healthy, Organic and Delicious

Kitchen Garden by Suzette is an absolutely brilliant place to get grub that is organic, healthy, and experimental at the same time. In the world where fast food joints are making their home deep in our communities, an initiative like this is laud worthy. The best part about Kitchen Garden os that most pf their veggies are organically grown and they've even partnered with a local farm to supply them the organic certified veggies.

The Kitchen Garden is a healthy eaters dream come true with an open kitchen, a salad bar and a plethora of organic seeds and nuts to pick from, you can have the cleanest and the healthiest of grub. Plus, the dishes that the kitchen serves are some of the most innovative and organically healthy ones we've come across in the city.

What to grab when here

People swear by the mocha latte, the smoothies and the fresh pressed juice served here at the Kitchen Garden. From the healthiest of salads to pita pockets, healthy desserts, smoothie bowls and freshly baked bread, you can find everything here.

The sourdough toast with avocado and pesto is a crowd pleaser, while the buckwheat pancakes a must have for breakfast. The baked eggs with roasted mushrooms tomatoes, baby spinach and a side of whole wheat/ buckwheat bread is our absolute favourite. We would also recommend trying the chicken sandwich with pesto, basil feta cheese paired with their signature Feel Good Smoothie.

Mumbaikars are especially smitten by the healthy breakfast served here, since almost everything from breads to cheese is homemade there is very seldom a compromise on taste. The menu has a ton of other options including a number of salads, toasts, sandwiches and salad bowls, which you just cannot miss on if you're big on healthy food. And anytime you're hit by an intense dessert craving, for the chocolate mousse, berry vanilla panna cotta and the apple raspberry crumble.

Knock Knock

Kitchen garden by Suzette is the place to be at when you're looking for some delicious, tasty and healthy food. The ambience of the Pali Hill branch is quite chill so you can have a nice hangout session here. Head there for breakfast, lunch or a quick snack, order some baked eggs, avocado toast, make yourself a salad, add to that a mocha, a pick of dessert and enjoy a satisfying/delicious meal.

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