Manna Life food is a Superfood Juice bar & plant based café now opens at Downtown Miami. At Manna, they believe that nature is perfect on its own. They only use the purest ingredients nature gives us in their original unaltered form, in order to encourage a better way of eating. Wellness starts from proper nourishment, and food, our life fuel, has to be carefully designed to support our bodies, health, energy and well-being. They create food that respects the body, cleanses it and restores balance, by using only fresh organic produce and superfoods that taste amazing and make us feel great from the inside out. Here is more information about Manna Life Food :
According to New Times :
“Manna’s massive menu reflects a creative eye. There are life bowls, baked treats, raw desserts, hot soups, nori wraps, nut mylks, and other items packed with superfoods, from chia seeds and goji berries to kale and spirulina. Aside from the occasional use of raw honey, the entire menu is vegan and gluten-free, and many of the options are raw. Highlights include superfood arepas such as the avocado with spirulina chimichurri and hemp hearts ($8); PB&J with natural peanut butter and raspberry-strawberry chia jam ($7); “noritos” nori wraps, including raw falafel with red quinoa, cucumber, red pepper, and tzatziki ($9); sweet bowls like the white soursop with banana, coconut meat, vanilla, agave, berries, passionfruit, and Manna granola ($12); and the raw passionfruit cheesecake, made with raw honey, pecans, raw cacao, and coconut flakes ($10). ” written by Hannah Sentenac.
According to Eater :
“If you’re looking for another place to get your healthy on in Miami, we’ve got another spot to add to the list – Manna Life, which has officially opened its doors inside the DuPont Building in Downtown Miami. The space is the brainchild of wellness and nutrition expert Sabra Seligman, who is a 16-year wellness and plant-based nutrition veteran. On the menu expect healthy versions of popular comfort foods like “superfood arepas,” a take on the burrito called the norito made with nori, and raw falafels, along with homemade soups, cold pressed juices and healthy-ish desserts made with cashew crusts and vegan ingredients.” written by Olee Fowler.
According to Yelp :
“Happy to see a new little healthy spot in downtown Miami. The food and drink choices are ample and everything is incredibly fresh and healthy. The owner is very friendly and happy to talk to her customers about the menu. She knows a lot about health properties of different foods and helped me pick out a good meal to eat after I spent the weekend sick with a stomach virus. The minestrone soup and yellow energy juice were perfect to replenish my system. The decor and place are impeccable and the ambiance is peaceful and comfortable. I highly recommend this spot for vegans or anyone who wants healthy and wholesome food. Remember, you get what you pay for.” written by Dany R. (rated 5 stars)
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