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    Eating Healthy in Norwalk

    June 3, 2013

    Eating Healthy in Norwalk

    Everyone knows the benefits of eating healthy: you feel better, look better and it’s better for the environment. But after a long day at work or exploring, settling in to cook a healthy meal can be exhausting. Thankfully, there are lots of delicious and healthy dining options in Norwalk just right outside the doors of your home at The Waypointe.

    If you like pizza (and who doesn’t) head over to Savor. Located at 430 Main Street, this pizza place serves up delicious and healthy pizzas, pasta style entrees, wraps and salads -- all at a reasonable price. They use organic, natural ingredients and even have some gluten-free options. Savor is also committed to being environmentally-friendly; they support many local eco-friendly farmers and vendors.

    Another option in Norwalk is Saffron Indian Cuisine, located at 333 Westport Avenue. Saffron is a family-owned and family-style restaurant that offers traditional Indian dishes made with fresh ingredients. Indian cuisine is typically great for vegetarians and Saffron is no exception. Try the Vegetarian Sample Platter, which features Paneer Tikka and a selection of their other delicious vegetarian appetizers. They also deliver!

    If you’re looking for a new healthy spot to regular, try Lime, an organic and natural restaurant located at 168 Main Street. Lime is a cozy, well-loved restaurant that’s known for it’s atmosphere almost as much as it’s menu. They serve fresh, homemade bread and feature a huge menu, with everything from blackened salmon to veggie loaves. They’re a great option for both lunch and dinner.

    With access to so many great restaurants, yoga studios and farmers markets, it’s easy to stay healthy and mindful in Norwalk. Supporting local restaurants who support local farmers and vendors is a great way to live local, even when you don’t have time to scope out the farmers markets yourself.

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