The girls wanted to eat something light and fresh after a lil yoga in the park. They settled on Seed N Salt so we headed over on a holiday Monday for a late lunch. We dropped in around 1:15pm. The place was bustling with a steady line of hungry people. Lots of room to sit outside on their patio!
It’s right next door to Shokunin.
The inside is slick with lots of inspirational/motivational messages of health and community. Goes with the relaxed vibe.
Terrariums are all the rage these days. They were set up on the long communal tables.
Thought this was pretty slick. Great design.
A couple chalkboards: inspirational quote of the day and where ingredients come from.
Community & kindness. All about the positivity.
You order at the back of the room and work your way down the line to pay. You can see the workers making everything fresh.
All the available toppings and sauces. That salad cutter/slicer in the background is cool.
Couple bowls that were being prepped.
Everything here is healthy. They’ve got salads, bowls, seasonal, seedlings (for kids), custom (make your own bowl), smoothie bowls (acai!) and smoothies.
There’s also coffee, beer and wine if you’re feeling boozy.
Breakfast options coming soon. And avo toast. Obvi.
The owner came over and chatted with us for a few minutes. Apparently, they have access to a back room where they might be able to host a yoga & salad night. I’m sure people/hipsters would be all over that.
Mojito smoothie ($7.50)
This was under their seasonal selection. Kale, spinach, pineapple, banana, lime, mint, ginger and coconut water. They split our drink so that we could share. Quite minty and very reminiscent of a mojito, just in a much healthier format.
Just the slightest amount of heat but everything worked well together to create a balanced, tasty bowl. This one is the regular version.
Not necessarily a place I would pick myself but it’s a quick, healthy spot and I would come back to try their acai bowls!
Seed N Salt
2008 – 4 Street SW