The freshest ingredients in the Bay Area, the most healthy and delicious | Little fairy in the vest line, quickly collect this restaurant guide that makes you eat more and more lean!

The bright spring light has already passed by half, and the restless summer will be impatient and eager. The team is the same as you think, really, deserving, healthy, physical, and more.

Even if the body is not moving, the heart of eating will go away. We should consider adjusting seasonal changes in our diet! Do n’t you always have spicy hot pot, high-calorie fast food, or heavy paella?

The light food restaurants established with the concepts of Organic, Vegetarian Vegan / Vegan, Local Friendly, and Non-GMO are our goals for the next time we go out for food.

The San Francisco Bay Area is probably the most prevalent area of ​​light foodism in the United States, so do n’t have too many of these restaurants. Based on a huge number, we give up and choose, comprehensive in-house evaluation magazines, geographic information, etc. List these light restaurants in the Bay Area:

Little gem

As cute as the shop name, a corner restaurant on the street. Located in Hayes Valley, San Francisco is a very stylish neighborhood. Serves breakfast, lunch, dinner and weekend Brunch. The style is more mixed, the official style is Californian style. The highlight is the menu is XNUMX% gluten-free, diary-free and refined sugar-free. (Regarding the various -free series of Meidi, it is really a big deal ... the team will launch an exhaustive article to talk about these sensitive guys!) They will put the source of the ingredients online, or they will be introduced to the customers directly by the staff. Most of them are directly supplied by the farm, and even the discerning diners will not be disappointed by the freshness of the ingredients and the guarantee behind it.

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By the way, if you understand the market, the owner of this store, Eric, is the former COO of the Thomas Keller team—yes, the famous French Laundry man); Chef Chef Dave Cruz is also currently working for Ad Hoc in Napa (With one-star Bouchon and Samsung French Laundry just mentioned are brother restaurants). With such blessings from the gods, it's no wonder that the store is bustling every day. But sometimes dinner is slow.

Recommended dishes:New Zealand King Salmon Dave Cruz signature dishes; Bibimbap -The healthiest bibimbap you can eat; desserts recommendedLemon custard.

Address: 400 Grove St San Francisco, CA 94102

Phone: (415) 914-0501

Business hours: Monday to Thursday 11:00 am – 9:00 pm; Friday 11:00 am – 10:00 pm; Saturday 9:00 am – 10:00 pm; Sunday 9:00 am – 9: 00 pm


Eatsa is the most fun restaurant in this guide, and it is also our representative and proud of the Bay Area. Strictly speaking, it is not a restaurant, because a strong sense of technology will definitely surprise you: order mobile phones and use the smart platform in the store. The machine sells fully automatically, picking up meals in a futuristic small window, and there is no cashier / serving. All menus use Quinoa as a staple food. I believe everyone is no stranger to the nutritional value and health concept of quinoa. In short, Eatsa's novel model has attracted many people to line up, but using high technology, the team can flow very fast no matter how long it is, it is just a healthy box lunch designed for the working family! Popular box lunches are No Worry Curry, Bento bowl and Burrito Bowl.

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SF Branch # 1: 121 Spear St, San Francisco, CA 94105 | (415) 930-4006

SF Branch # 2: 1 California St, San Francisco, CA 94111 | (415) 930-4006

Berkeley Branch: 2334 Telegraph Ave, Berkeley, CA 94704 | 415) 930-4006

Greens Restaurant

This restaurant is highly respected mainly because the location and dining environment are so amazing, you can see the Golden Gate Bridge and the dock full of small sailing boats. The dishes are purely Western, and there are no strict style restrictions. From the Mediterranean to Italy to pure American, all delicious vegetarian dishes are added to the menu. There is a four-course Prix Fixe menu on Saturday nights and brunch on weekends. However, many people think that the price is too high and the taste is average ... then it is better to spend money to enjoy the beautiful scenery ~

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Address: A, Fort Mason, 2 Marina Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94123

Phone: (415) 771-6222

Business hours: Monday 5:30 pm – 9:00 pm; Tuesday to Friday 11:45 am – 2:30 pm, 5:30 pm – 9:00 pm; Saturday 11:00 am – 2:30 pm, 5:30 pm – 9:00 pm; Sunday 10:30 am – 2:00 pm, 5:30 pm – 9:00 pm

Nourish Cafe

A light French restaurant with a little French feel. The blue and white decoration style is very pleasing. I recommend the Hawaiian-style Acai bowl, sweet and sour for breakfast to start the day, and the must-try Nourish Bowl, healthy and nutritious ingredients, sunflower seed avocado quinoa radish hummus hummus and so on. It ’s full of energy!

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Address: 189 6th Ave San Francisco, CA 94118

Phone: (415) 571-8780

Business hours: Monday to Thursday 7:00 am – 7:00 pm; Friday 7:00 am – 3:00 pm; Saturday and Sunday 9:00 am – 3:00 pm


Nopa is the clone of Nopalito, a well-known Mexican organic restaurant in Sanfan. Of course, because it is located in the Nopa neighborhood, the boss named it so. Although the menu is full of fish and meat, you can also find good food in pursuit of vegetarian light food, and all the ingredients come from the farmers market around the Bay Area. A small door came in, but the ceiling was divided into two levels, and the kitchen is now a popular open plan. The brunch here is also very popular, they serve BLUE BOTTLE specialty coffee. recommendMoroccan Vegetable Tagine;French Toast / Avocado Toast; And meat lovers want to try their Pork Chop!

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Address: 560 Divisadero St, San Francisco, CA 94117

Phone: (415) 864-8643

Business hours: Monday to Thursday 5:00 pm – 12:00 am; Friday 5:00 pm -1:00 am; Saturday 11:00 am – 1:00 am; Sunday 11:00 am – 12: 00 am

True food kitchen

It was this restaurant that gave me the urge to summarize the light food vegetarian restaurants in the Bay Area. With a little candlelight and succulents on the table, coupled with high ceilings and original wood-colored structures, the sense of space is memorable, and you can feel the atmosphere of elegance, casualness, liveliness and enjoyment flowing in the air. The service is very attentive (the brother is a bit handsome), and the decoration is also exquisite. To judge the quality of a restaurant, you can feel it from the smiles on the faces of the surrounding diners. The menu includes a full selection of Vegans, and is a carefully designed seasonal version that is changed regularly. And relative to the price, its weight is really not hesitant.

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Palo Alto Branch: 180 El Camino Real, Palo Alto, CA 94304 | (650) 272-5157

Walnut Creek Branch: 120 Broadway Ln, Walnut Creek, CA 94596 | (925) 952-7314


National chain, a small shop specializing in salads. At a glance, there are food sources that appear in every restaurant. With the exception of fish and shrimp, all are supplied directly by California farmers, and the entire operation process is completely transparent. The menu is very rich, and you can choose how you like it. There are three Vegan Menus in the Bay Area.

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Palo Alto branch: 581 Ramona St Palo Alto, CA 94301 | (415) 212-7385

Berkeley Branch: 1890 Shattuck Ave Berkeley, CA 94709 | (510) 990-8262

SF branch: 171 2nd St San Francisco, CA 94105 | (415) 855-7653

Asian Box

This restaurant mainly makes healthy lunches with Vietnamese flavors. If you like Vietnamese / Southeast Asian flavors, such as fish sauce, tamarind, curry, crunchy bean sprouts, millet peppers and even Pho ... then it's very suitable. Office workers and students love this place very much. Most of the ingredients are also contracted with the farm. It originated in our Bay Area, and now it has opened to Nanjia ~

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More branches:

The Plant Café Organic

How does Burlingame exist in everyone's mind ~ In my opinion, it's a foreign character. The exquisite and compact downtown hides a lot of low-key cuisine. The Plant is such a quiet place without too much decoration and fancy menus. You can come here for breakfast, brunch, and dinner. You can choose gluten free. recommendDino Kale Sandwich, Roasted Beet. Obviously ordinary sandwich, but it is better than other homes ~

In fact, this is also a chain store. There are many locations in the Bay Area, and even the TOGO portable version is available at Terminal 2 of Sanfan Airport. One Yelper described it this way: "If you are stranded at the airport because of a delay, you will want to be stranded only at T2. Then you can eat the Plant ~ " 

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It started in LA and went to the Bay Area. Feel free to spell your own salad bowl. There are many types of vegetables and protein (including various types of fish with Poke flavor), and each one is marked with nutrition info. Advocating "eat rainbows every day" means that people should eat a lot of fruits and vegetables of different colors every day to achieve a balanced nutrition. His drink is a big bonus, summer is coming, a salad, a cup of detoxCucumber mint juiceLet's eat in the sunshine outside.

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LYFE means "Love Your Food Everyday". It is a long-established light chain restaurant in the United States, and it gradually makes the concept of light food gradually popular. That wayArt's unfried chickenIt’s actually grilled chicken. The meat is of good quality, but the side dishes taste more surprisingly delicious, because it is full of the taste of the soup, which is very mouthwatering. Cupertino has opened a new branch, the location is very conspicuous, at the Plaza in.

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Palo Alto Branch: 167 Hamilton Ave, Palo Alto 94301 | (650) 325-5933

Cupertino Branch: 19399 Stevens Creek Blvd, Cupertino, CA 95014 | (669) 231-4910

Mission heirloom

The environment is lovely. The open-air design of the backyard has attracted everyone. In fact, the details are in place. For example, the tableware is not a uniform white porcelain plate, but a more innovative design. The menu is hand-painted and updated seasonally. It also has to go through the nutritional mix of the chef ... I love drinking a variety of vegetable soups. I recommend the broccoli spinach thick soup here. pureed soup!

In addition, it is also great to have a Brunch on weekends. The sunshine and green plants in the courtyard will give you a good mood for the day ~ The backyard location may be a little hot, it is recommended to go early.

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Address: 2085 Vine St, Berkeley, CA 94710

Phone: (510) 900-1307

Business hours: Monday to Saturday 9:00 am – 7:00 pm; Sunday 10:00 am – 7:00 pm

Urban Plates

It is conveniently located in the shopping district of Pleasant Hill. Entrée has some stews to try, such asMoroccan Chicken Braise, Slow-cooked with low heat, chicken is not tight, add onion pumpkin and various spices to taste. This branch is also popular in Dublin.

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Pleasant Hill Branch: 60 Crescent Dr, Pleasant Hill, CA 94523 | (925) 378-5919

Dublin Branch: 5111 Martinelli Way, Dublin, CA 94568 | (925) 750-8011

Tender greens

Farm-to-table concept, the environment is generous and bright, very casual atmosphere, just bring your own plate and pick up vegetables. In terms of menu design, we also pay attention to environmental protection and sustainable development. After all, Eat sustainable foods is now a mega trend and a topic that Laomei is very concerned about. Veggie laden Salad and optional Protein are quite popular. Or try their fried bean pastefalafel ball, The dipping sauce is rich, and the gherkin and spinach are paired with a kind of just crispy. The shop Yelp in Walnut has the highest ranking, and the other four are in SF (x2), Berkeley, Palo Alto.

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At this moment, the editor had just finished a bowl of salad, and suddenly felt that the anger in his body had subsided, the poison was gone, the stomach was relaxed, and he became immortal... (I'm still hungry, but the season is changing, so I have to discipline!)

If you still have a light food restaurant you want to recommend, please leave a message below, we are looking forward to seeing more options.

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