37 "Keeping It Kind Of Healthy" restaurants in San Francisco.
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.
Tartine Manufactory in the Mission is a huge operation with excellent pastries, coffee, and ice cream, and dinner as well.
RT Rotisserie, with a short menu starring roast chicken and cauliflower, is our new favorite spot for a casual dinner in Hayes Valley.
Pita-wrapped meats find their Elysium at Souvla in Hayes Valley. Zeus would be proud.
Beit Rima in the Mission makes Middle Eastern food that’s as delicious as it is affordable.
This low-key Asian-American restaurant in North Beach serves delicious seasonal dishes and fresh seafood.
Food for the Lululemon crowd, and for us too. Jane on Fillmore finely toes the line between healthy and delicious. If only they were open for dinner.
Elephant Sushi in Russian Hill usually has a bit of a wait, so try to head there on the early side (they open at 6).
Nourish Cafe is a neighborhood spot in the Inner Richmond that also happens to be good for you.
The East Coast salad chain comes to San Francisco. We’re glad to have Sweetgreen here.
A safe house from spicy sauce in the Castro, Eiji is one of the best low-key sushi spots around.
Rooster and Rice is a great spot for an easy, healthy lunch in Cow Hollow.
Onsen is a Japanese restaurant attached to a communal bathhouse in the Tenderloin. And it’s definitely better than it sounds.