When I found out that there was a Nobu at my hotel in Hong Kong, The Intercontinental, I knew I just had to get a reservation. Although I do enjoy meals like this from time to time, I also love everything about living a plant-based lifestyle. It’s been an internal battle for a while and I do like to be flexible, so I made a small exception here. No regrets….
After stalking Two Hands on Instagram, this is one place I’ve been dying to try. I had to find out if the açai bowls really are that pretty in person and if the avocado toast is as good as everyone says it is. The final answer? No doubt. I came here post-Soulcycle, so we were hungry for something healthy, yet filling. On our walk over we found ourselves pacing the streets of Chinatown to find this little gem about 15 minutes later. Oops….
This is my first restaurant review on the blog and felt that Souen is a great first, as it’s a local spot in New York and serves very clean and wholesome meals!
I, like many girls out there, am always looking for a spot that I can depend on for a healthy meal with natural ingredients. I was a very lucky girl to find Souen on a walk around East Village about 8 months ago, and have been ordering from there ever since. Souen is a cozy macrobiotic spot located on 6th st. near 2nd ave. It focuses on providing healthful, organic meals that are made simply and deliciously. They are free of meat (there’s fish though!), dairy, and refined ingredients….