Top 10 Best Healthy Food Spots in San Francisco, California

 

 

We know finding the best Healthy Food Spots in San Francisco, CA can be difficult, so we put together this detailed list of the best of the best so you can make your choice wisely.  Each location gives its own unique answer to the age-old question, “What should we have for dinner tonight?” so you should be sure to check them out on your next visit! If you know another location that should also be included in our list - or one that should be removed - please let us know!

1. Nourish Cafe

     189 6th Avenue, San Francisco, California 94118, United States

About: Located in the Inner Richmond district, Nourish Cafe offers fully plant-based meals in a welcoming atmosphere.

 

From acai bowls to veggie wraps, there are plenty of amazing options at the restaurant, and their chocolate chip cookies are simply divine if you’re looking for an alternative to traditional baked goods.

 

Nourish Café is a plant-based restaurant that serves tasty, wholesome, and nutritious food made from organic, whole grains, and non-GMO ingredients. Just natural sweeteners and a small amount of oil are used.

2. Shizen Vegan Sushi Bar and Izakaya 

      370 14th Street, San Francisco, California 94103, United States

About: This fully vegan sushi place is not only phenomenal, but highly original. The atmosphere is wonderful and welcoming, and like many good restaurants in San Francisco, you will have to wait to get in.

 

The menu includes basic vegan sushi items such as avocado and cucumber rolls, but it also features items like the ‘Surprise Ending,’ which is a kind of Russian roulette plate, one of the pieces of sushi is spicy, and it is up to you to figure out which one.

Whoever ends up with the spicy piece has to take a shot, so watch out!

3. Urban Remedy 

      1957 Union Street, San Francisco, California 94123, United States

About: New and pressed juice shops abound in San Francisco, but Urban Remedy is a welcome respite from some of the trendier establishments.

 

If you're looking for a healthy, fast lunch, don't miss Urban Remedy, which offers to-go meals as well as juice.

 

There is also a small spot in the Ferry Building that is ideal for grabbing lunch (and dessert, as it is right next to Pepple’s Donuts, one of San Francisco’s best vegan donut shops).

4. The Plant Cafe Organic

       2335 3rd Street, San Francisco, California 94107, United States

 

About: The Plant Cafe, which has several locations across San Francisco and the Bay Area, is a great place to catch a fast bite to eat.

 

The cafe has gluten-free and vegan choices that are clearly labelled, and offers everything from breakfast burritos and scrambles to turkey burgers and kale salad.The Plant's menu is diverse, with a focus on contemporary California cuisine with Asian influences.

 

Freshly squeezed juices and smoothies, salads, sandwiches, wholesome grain dishes and pastas, poultry and fresh seafood, and 100 percent organic house-made pastries and desserts are among the menu items.

 

The diverse menu aims to satisfy meat eaters, vegetarians, and vegans alike with organic choices.

5. Asian Box

  2031 Chestnut Street, San Francisco, California 94123, United States

About: Asian Box, a California chain that has been dubbed one of the city's worst-named restaurants, is a go-to for those who avoid gluten (it's gluten-free) and those who are picky, as each box can be personalized to order.

 

With proteins like pork, chicken, and shrimp, as well as a variety of vegetables, the possibilities for salad combinations are endless.

6. Wildseed

      2000 Union Street, San Francisco, California 94123, United States

 

About: Wildseed is an all-day space that allows visitors to make informed decisions – a place where they can feel confident about their choices.

 

Wildseed's room is well suited for hosting groups large and small for snacks and drinks at happy hour, or a full meal during the day, thanks to its full bar, which is also motivated by the concept of using natural, organic, and seasonal ingredients in its cocktails.

 

With its menu of fresh, vegan, and seasonally inspired dishes like its "reset" salad (kale, frisee, beets, and more) and its donburi super-grain bowl, Adriano Paganini's plant-based restaurant and bar quickly gained a following among the yoga pants and running shorts set. Outdoor seating is available, takeout orders can be put here, and Caviar delivery is available.

7. Blue Barn Gourmet

     3344 Steiner Street, San Francisco, California 94123, United States

 

About: The Blue Barn, a new kind of neighborhood deli committed to high-quality produce, both in terms of taste and harvest.

 

The menu features chef-driven salads, toasted sandwiches, grilled cheese, and soups for the customer who values quality, ingredients, and convenience from a local artisan. Blue Barn has two sites in San Francisco: 2237 Polk Street and 3344 Steiner Street. (They also have locations in Corte Madera and Novato.)

 

All specialize in salads, with at least ten options on the menu at each place, ranging from quinoa-laden Waldorfs to spicy tuna with ahi tartare and crispy soba.

8. Konomama

       4601 Geary Blvd, San Francisco, California 94118, United States

 

About: Takahiro Hori of Ken Ken Ramen's vegan-friendly Japanese curry shop offers a veg-heavy menu of dishes, many of which have the gut-friendly addition of homemade sauerkraut.

 

Items like their konomama curry, which is filled with greens, rice, and a chicken-based sauce, can help soothe upset stomachs; vegans can also order extra vegetables with their vegan curry for a super-virtue meal.

9. Little Gem

      90 Charter Oak Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94124, United States

 

About: Little Gem might not scream "health food," but its menu is chock-full of thoughtful, nutritious fare. Bibimbap and hen of the woods mushroom with beans and rice, as well as brined chicken and salmon with bok choy, are common bowls.

 

They are extremely concerned about the origins of their food. How it's progressed. It is grown by whom. What's in season, too. All of their produce is grown without the use of pesticides, preservatives, toxic chemicals, or processing.

 

They collaborate with farmers and artisans who share their values, growers and creators they respect for their environmental stewardship.

10. Kitava

     2011 Mission Street, San Francisco, California 94110, United States

 

About: Let's talk about a transition that is both empowering and motivating: In place of fast food burgers and fries, a former McDonald's on Mission Street has been reborn as Kitava, which serves organic, gluten-free, and paleo diet-friendly food.

 

The menu focuses on “recognizably familiar and comforting” dishes such as zucchini noodles with meatballs and general Tso's-style chicken, all prepared with oils that are considered healthier than traditional vegetable or canola oil, like extra virgin olive oil or coconut oil cooked at low heat.

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