Salads, wraps & more from Rawleaf

By 23:40 Tuesday 24 April 2018 , , , ,

Where: Order online here
What: Healthy meals and drinks
Cost: INR 200 onwards for a box of salad, INR 140 for a bottle of juice

Rawleaf delivers fresh ready to eat salads, ready to use leaf bags, cold pressed juices and smoothies and whole wheat wraps! It  was one of the first brands I read about for cold pressed juices in Delhi NCR. The USP is the usage of fresh produce, either home grown or sourced from the hills, served within 48 hours of the harvest. If you're all about eating healthy and nutritional, Rawleaf's gotta be on your speed dial. The website is great too- along with easy shopping and payment options, it has all the information about the products including nutritional specifications- so you know exactly what you're paying for. Here's what I tried:

Juices and Smoothies

Cold press juices have recently gained popularity- they are produced without any heat/friction and thus, have all the nutrients in tact. Since there are no artificial flavours or preservatives, the juices must be consumed on the same day of the production. Rawleaf has some exciting flavours to choose from, each with specific properties/effects:

Zest {Pomegranate+Watermelon+Mint}: The combination of watermelon and Pomegranate boosts haemoglobin, instantly re-energises and is great for hair and skin. The freshness of mint just adds more zing. Perfect for summers!

Trim- Green apple+Cucumber+Kale+Spinach+Celery+Ginger+Lettuce. Like the name suggests, this power combination is perfect to get the flab off. Taste wise, it had stronger flavours of Cucumber and Green Apple and was one of the most refreshing drinks I've had recently. Another great option to beat the heat!

I am not a big fan of Smoothies but the banana smoothie was quite alright. If you're extremely serious about weight loss, they recommend having 4-6 smoothies in a day {without any carb in your diet} to reduce a good 1 kg in one day- WHOA!

Salads and wraps

The salads come neatly packed in handy plastic boxes with good quality disposable cutlery- so you can very well have your salad on the go. The dressing, thankfully, comes separately. I absolutely loved the Raw Papaya salad- raw papaya, sprouts, cherry tomatoes, carrot and peanuts. It was sweet, tangy, nutty and crunchy all at the same time and everything comes together beautifully with that kickass sweet chilli dressing. Corn and broccoli salad had a mix of Corn, broccoli florets, black olives, cherry tomato, with olive oil dressing- all good but I only wish that the broccoli chunks were a little smaller. My least favourite was the Lettuce and herb cottage cheese salad with assorted lettuce, herbed cottage cheese, bell peppers, cherry tomatoes with honey mustard dressing- the herbs in the cottage cheese were too over powering and I'm not super fond of anything mustard- this is just however, my personal preferences.

The Fresh Garden Wrap was a delight! The stuffing has got lettuce, tomatoes, cucumber, carrots, capsicum, onion, bean sprouts, jalapenos, gherkins, olives with mint mayo dressing and a generous spread of Tzatzaki on the wheat Pita wrap. Super filling!

Everything else

If you're aware about the miraculous health properties of wheatgrass, you'd be excited to know about Rawleaf's wheatgrass juices- I have observed that they sell out really fast so keep an eye out here! They are also planning to add rice bowls, sub sandwiches and salad jars to the menu soon!

You need to place your order at least two hours in advance- they deliver all seven days of the week. Minimum order must be Rs. 200. You could check out the combo deals everyday on the website homepage or go for the Subscription plans to get more bang for your buck.

Rawleaf Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato


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