Eat.fit is a lean and green food delivery service
This new food delivery service is all about high protein, low carb comfort foods
While working in the e-commerce and delivery domain, former Flipkart head Mukesh Bansal, and the former chief business officer, Ankit Nagori noticed that there was an increasing demand among millennials for healthy and nutritious food over restaurant food, especially on working days. This sparked the idea for Eat.fit, under their fitness and wellness startup, Cure.fit. Eat.fit is an online food delivery service focussing on healthy food.
“Our menu primarily consists of the most popular, favourite and homely dishes that span Indian, fusion food, salads and snacks. They are low in calories and carbs and have high protein to keep you full for longer,” Ankit tells us. For example, their most popular dish is the Butter (less) Chicken, a healthy version of the extravagant dish.
We sampled the service with their Tex-Mex Veg meal. With 32 grams of protein, the meal has soft lentil and cottage cheese patties, and is served on a bed of Mexican green rice. On the side are mashed beans, roasted pepper salsa, tossed vegetables and a yoghurt dip. We especially liked the surprise superfood box that comes with each order, a small pack of salted almonds or caramelised walnuts for that extra kick of energy.
We also sampled the Indian box, which had Chana Masala, Paneer Korma and rotis. Even though Indian curries are usually on the heavier side, Eat.fit ensures that’s not the case with their guidelines. They have many rules in their kitchen about keeping their food healthy. “We only use skimmed milk and never cream or butter in our gravies. There is no refined sugar in our kitchen at all, only natural sweeteners such as jaggery or honey,” Ankit divulges. Other options on the menu include Gremolata Grilled Chicken With Pesto Quinoa, Moroccan Tabbouleh Salad With Roasted Veggies, Veg Kachori and Chana Chaat & Chutneys. They also have seasonal drinks such as Aam Panna and smoothies.
Their research declared that food is nutritious when had within 90 minutes of preparation, so
their meals, packaged in biodegradable material, are only served in Koramangala and HSR Layout, in pockets that are three kilometres from their kitchens. Whitefield and Indira Nagar are next in the pipeline.
Rs. 100 upwards. For lunch and snacks only. Details: cure.fit/eat