Eat well, feel good @ Wild & The Moon 🌙
If you’ve been following me for a while now you would know how much I enjoy healthy food. Most days I’m munching on a kale salad at work and on the weekends I’m usually tucking into an acai bowl. The best part of eating healthy is when you’re full you are content and happy. You do not feel heavy, bloated or sick afterwards.
Disclaimer *I’m not turning vegan anytime soon*
So last weekend we paid a visit to Wild & the Moon in the art district of Al Serkal Avenue in Al Quoz. It’s a cute two level space filled with greenery which makes my heart sing. They have a simple menu on the wall and a fridge of ready to go cold pressed juices and food including dips, salads and treats.
If you’re not familiar with the brand it originated from Paris, France where they have 8 branches in total. In Dubai they support a lot of local events and pop ups so you may have seen their products before like I had a yoga festival. The cafe serves up some additional items that you may not find at these events.
They include items like their new wild tacos, a range of bowls including my all time fav acai as well as moon porridge, sprouted buckwheat granola and my personal favorite, wild cream cheese and guac which are both served with veggie crackers made from dehydrated pulp from their cold pressed juices. Talk about sustainability! I actually couldn’t get enough of these crackers or dips.
W&TM’s range of drinks on the menu board doubles the options of food available to order but from the fridge you can choose items like moon rolls (veggie rice paper rolls), wakame (cucumber & seaweed) salad or super bowls all loaded with fresh ingredients.
They have loads of flavored cold pressed juices all which clearly state their ingredients as well as their health benefits. I liked simply green the best, but if you like a tangy sour taste then moon river would be good for you.
Not only that they also sell super foods like maca powder, matcha, cacao and other healthy snacks.
Despite it’s almost hidden location inside Al Serkal avenue and higher than average cafe prices it still receives a decent footfall. Non vegans would still enjoy a meal here and remember you get what you pay for. All fresh, organic, natural produce and food so good for you it will make you glow from the inside out.
Location: Al Serkal Avenue, Al Quoz, Dubai