39 "Keeping It Kind Of Healthy" restaurants in Seattle.
When you’re sick of pizza, but not quite ready for a 10-day juice cleanse, the happy medium is a restaurant that’s “kind of healthy.” It’s a place where you can have a nice piece of fish, but with a side of something fried.
D’La Santa is a family-owned Mexican spot in Capitol Hill that’s easy to miss, but worth going out of your way for.
Deru Market is part farm-to-table restaurant, part classy deli in Kirkland, and you need their cake.
Tamarind Tree serves excellent Vietnamese food in the International District, best enjoyed on the patio for a low-key lunch.
Samara is an American restaurant in Ballard that specializes in grilled dishes and excellent baked goods.
Mala & Satay is a Vietnamese restaurant in South Lake Union that serves pho and the best banh mi in the neighborhood.
Michou is an excellent deli Downtown at Pike Place Market that serves pressed sandwiches.
Urban Gyro is a Middle Eastern restaurant in South Lake Union that works well for a quick lunch or takeout.
Cafe Hitchcock is an all-day coffee shop downtown serving sandwiches, salads, and grain bowls.
No Bones Beach Club is a tiki bar in Ballard with excellent vegan takes on beachside food.
Pho Than Brothers is a reliable local Seattle chain serving casual Vietnamese noodle soup, and this one’s in Capitol Hill.
Bounty Kitchen is a great brunch spot in Queen Anne that serves avocado toast, grain bowls, tacos, and griddle cakes.
The Whale Wins isn’t the best spot in Wallingford, but the veggie-focused menu is good for something light. And the patio is highly charming.
Due’ Cucina Italiana in Capitol Hill is a counter-service spot serving grain-based pasta.
Joe & The Juice is a coffee shop and juice bar at the bottom of a South Lake Union office building.
Acadia is a counter service lunch spot in Wallingford that serves Southern-style bowls, smoothies, and sandwiches.