Healthy Eating in Brisbane City

From organic chocolate and fresh fruit juices, to acai bowls and salads, eating healthy and nourishing your body has never been so easy thanks to these eateries in Brisbane City.

Asana, Capri by Fraser

Frasers Hospitality has partnered with well-known chef and paleo ambassador Pete Evans to launch Asana Capri Brisbane restaurant and bar, and Asana Capri Brisbane cafe inside Australia's first Capri by Fraser. With a focus on fresh, nutritious and delicious food, you can enjoy all-day dining or food on-the-run that is good for you. The Pete Evans designed menu showcases Queensland produce, and the cafe serves The Sensory Lab coffee.

Chopp’d, Post Office Square

Chopp’d is the place to go in Brisbane City if you’re on the hunt for anything that is going to nourish your body quickly. It offers the choice of fresh juices, smoothies, soups, salads and wraps made daily. For an added nutrient boost, Chopp’d have the option of an acai bowl or smoothie to give you a superfood serving on the go. 

Deetox Health Cafe, Queen St

Deetox Health Cafe

Deetox Health Cafe prides itself on beautiful healthy meals ranging from gourmet salads, wraps, paleo pulled meats, sandwiches, gourmet burgers, acai bowls, balance bowls to take away, or to dine in the cafe where you can enjoy the sit-down breakfast and lunch menu.

Felix Espresso, Burnett Lane

Nestled next to Super Whatnot on Burnett Lane, Felix Espresso serves up a wholesome menu using fresh, organic local ingredients. Venture inside this cosy light-filled space and enjoy vegan cakes, cashew cream chia fruit cups, salads, sandwiches and green juices.

FJ's Fresh Juice, The Myer Centre

FJ's juice is made fresh daily, contains no extra sugars, preservatives or concentrates. It's made from fruit only, which means you are getting the vitamins your body needs. As well as fruit juices, FJ's offer fruit cups and frozen yogurt.

Govinda’s Pure Vegetarian, Elizabeth St

Govinda’s Pure Vegetarian is the place to go in The City for arguably, the best purely vegetarian dishes. Located in a little hole in the wall on Elizabeth St, Govinda’s gives you the dine-in or take-away option, ensuring fast service for workers on the go. If you’re on a budget, this is the best lunch choice for you. 

Green Bean, Wintergarden

Located within the Wintergarden, Green Bean is the perfect choice if you’re in a rush on your lunch break. It provides the option to create your own salad from fresh ingredients prepared daily, and can be topped with a delicious dressing of your selection. If your creativity is lacking, you can also order from the seasonal salad menu. Green Bean also enables you to order online if time is of the essence.

Harvest HQ, Ann St

Located within Cathedral Square, Harvest HQ cafe prides itself on made to order sandwiches, healthy salads, and nourishing home cooked dishes. If you’re an early bird, it also provides healthy, hearty but wholesome breakfast options, and great coffee. 

Kiss the Berry, Creek St 

Acai bowl topped with fruits

Acai (pronounced ah-SAH-ee) is a little purple berry considered to be one of the most nutritious superfoods on the planet. It contains high levels of essential fatty acids, and is super rich in antioxidants, minerals and vitamins. Low in sugar, acai is an excellent source of dietary fibre and natural energy. Kiss the Berry serve a range of delicious acai bowls and smoothies, as well as organic coffee and slices and goodie balls.

Kitchen Sanitarium, Eagle St

Kitchen Sanitarium focuses on nourishing fare that involves preparing, sharing and appreciating simple combinations of nature’s whole plant foods to sustain body, mind, heart and spirit. Dine outside on the terrace, with its lemon trees, rosemary hedges and herb garden, or inside on a comfortable cube chair.

Little Saigon Grill, Albert St

Little Saigon Grill serves up modern Vietnamese restaurant purveying authentic, delicious and healthy cuisine. The dishes on offer are inspired by the alluring and nostalgic Vietnamese street food hawkers using quality sustainable ingredients with no MSG, artificial additives or preservatives, and every meal is made fresh to order. You will find Vietnamese classics on the menu including an extensive range of Pho, Bánh mì, vermicelli noodle salads, pork skewers, sizzling crispy crepes, Hanoi chicken rice and crispy skin chicken.

Nom Nom Mobile Food, Jan Powers Farmers Markets 

Operating every Wednesday at the Jan Powers Farmers Markets, Nom Nom Mobile Food is the perfect lunch option for a vegetarian friendly diet. Offering freshly prepared raw, plant-based salads, you can be sure you are nourishing your body with the highest quality food possible. 

Oasis Juice Bar, Queen Street Mall 

This is the place to go in The City for arguably the best smoothies in town. Made from fresh fruit and vegetables (not concentrate), Oasis has been providing city folk with delicious juices and smoothies for many years. It offers a special selection of flavours, or you can make up your own for a healthy treat on the go. 

Pando Cafe, Adelaide St

Pando Cafe serves up an organic and nutritious menu in a casual and warm setting. Enjoy healthy breakfast options such as an egg-white omelette, big breakfast, pumpkin pancakes, a smashed avocado toasty or beetroot-cured salmon on sourdough bread with capers and scrambled eggs.  If you are wanting something quick and healthy for lunch, grab one of the gluten-free wraps with a variety of filllings or sit down and savour a poached chicken salad, salmon fish cakes, zucchini pasta or lamb back-strap salad paired perfectly with a side of sweet potato fries.

Pressed Juices, Adelaide St


Pressed Juices provides you with fresh cold-pressed juices of the vegetable and fruit variety, combined with a seasonal offering of healthy eats. The juices are cold pressed within 24 hours of sale, bottled, sealed and constantly kept refrigerated to ensure your juice is as fresh as possible. 

Raw Energy, Cnr of Edward & Mary St

Raw Energy provides fresh food, juices, coffee and smoothies, and serve it in a fast and funky environment. Enjoy delicious, unprocessed wraps, burgers, sandwiches and salads made with local ingredients that are made on the premises.

Raw N’ Juicy, Adelaide St

Everything Raw N’ Juicy serves is prepared in-store using raw organic fresh ingredients, ensuring 100% retention of all nutrients, proving healthy food can be tasty and exciting! Pop in for a nutrient dense cake, chia cup, juice, smoothie or salad for an instant energy kick.

Sparrow & Finch, Adelaide St

Sparrow & Finch offers delicious ready-to-go meals for workers and shoppers on the run. It is the perfect place to head for lunch thanks to a wide selection of salads, sandwiches and pizzas. 

The Cutting Board, George St

The Cutting Board is the perfect place for a quick breakfast or hearty lunch in the Brisbane CBD. Offering a large range of options including ever-changing hot meals, salads, cooked breakfasts, coconut yogurt and smoothies. Its food is tailored to suit everyone, with gluten free, dairy free and paleo options available daily.

Thrive on George, George St

Thrive on George is the ideal spot if you have no time for lunch. Offering a wide range of healthy grab and go options such as salads, sandwiches, fresh fruit, nuts, yogurt and soups. It also gives you the choice between various smoothies, juices and coffee options. It is fresh food prepared daily, perfect for when you’re in a rush. 

Thr1ve, Post Office Square

THR1VE is a wholefood cafe serving nutritionist-approved paleo-inspired meals. With a focus on Paleo and Primal philosophies – think high protein and low carb with no added sugar – the menu at Thr1ve features takeaway breakfasts, salads, snacks and smoothies.

Vege Rama, Adelaide St

Vege Rama is well known for delicious and nutritious vegetarian cuisine, cooked fresh daily from the finest ingredients. You can choose from delicious salads, curries and burgers, to cakes and thirst-quenching juices, all produced from local, natural, organic ingredients, free of preservatives, additives and colouring.

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