Franklin Street welcomes Bowlsome, the salad bowl joint making it easier than ever to eat mindfully. Franklin street is the second location for Bowlsome, with a Henley Beach store already up and running. Despite the new location, their concept stays the same – to provide wholesome goodness served in the simplest of vessels.
What’s new at the CBD location?
Breakfast from 8am
A cafe concept rather than the takeaway focus their Henley Beach store offers
Power Up coffee made with an espresso shot, one teaspoon Luke Hines by Cocolife MCT Keto Tonic (a highly concentrated coconut oil), one teaspoon grass fed ghee and milk of your choice
Sweet Bowls (rocky road, fresh fruit and peanut butter combinations, YUM)
Along with all the new features Bowlsome CBD has to offer, just like at their original Henley Beach store, you can still personalise your own bowls by choosing from tonnes of fresh veggies, a variety of dressings and chicken or vegetable broths.
We’ll let these pics speak for themselves:
For more information including the full menu, head to the Bowlsome website.
Header Image via Bowlsome.
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