Philadelphia, PA - A salad is a delicious lunch option. Not only is salad light and healthy, but they're also portable. And, if you want to get the most bang for your buck in Philly, you can find a delicious salad just about anywhere.
Nothing is Better Then A Salad in Philadelphia
Our staff has searched Center City Philly for the top five favorite lunch salads around town. They all sound genuinely delicious. So next time you have a free half-hour at work, grab a co-worker and test out one of these healthy picks.
Sweetgreen's - Super Green Goddess
Sweetgreen, multiple locations. Simple, seasonal, healthy salads and grain bowls made in-house from scratch, using whole produce delivered that morning. Try the "Super Green Goddess," black lentils, chickpeas, roasted sweet potatoes, raw carrots, spicy broccoli, shredded cabbage, raw beets, toasted almonds, baby spinach, shredded kale, green goddess ranch
High Street Philly – Chopped Chef
High Street Philly, 101 S 9th St, Old City. Eli Kulp's edgy American cooking with a rustic twist & an artisanal bakery in a country-chic space. We recommend trying out the" Chopped Chef" romaine, chickpeas, turkey, pastrami, provolone, cucumber, egg, oregano vinaigrette. You can also add a soup to your order for an additional cost.
HipCityVeg – The Jerk Caesar
HipCityVeg, multiple locations. Dine-in or take-out vegan food & smoothies, plus breakfast served in a cheerful, chill space. Jerk Caesar is a grilled jerk chicken, organic romaine, jicama, crispy plantains, & creamy caesar dressing. Side note they can make it gluten-free - sub avocado or organic tofu
Talula's Garden - The 'Garden' Salad
Talula's Garden, 210 W Washington Square. High-end charmer creates seasonal American cuisine in a chic farmhouse setting with a summer garden. The 'Garden' Salad comes with vinaigrette, walnuts, butterscotch pears, and warm goat cheese
Cafe Lutecia - Provence Salad
Cafe Lutecia, 2301 Lombard Street, Fitler Square. Looking for a salad with a European vibe? Look no further! This salad combines tuna, hearts of palm, egg, tomatoes, corn, and olives -- a common European combination. Watson says this salad is flavorful and straightforward but full of new and surprising textures.
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