Nutritionist Hena Nafis' Eat Good Food doesn't disappoint a bit. But what amazed me was the place, it was done up so well that you would fall in love with the place. A friend made a sudden plan to meet (read EAT!) and as she had a meeting at Eat Good Food, we decided to give it a try. the entrance is nicely lit up with soft lights and you might feel that it's a tiny place but is quite huge and can fit in quite a many people.
Each section is named after a herb like Thyme, Mint and Basil. They have private dining areas with an impressive Japanese seating arrangement. Located at Tarak Dutta Road this place is quite near to Quest and has quite an extensive menu that offers High Protein, Low Calorie and Low Glycaemic meals.
Although I was not quite hungry probably kind of ended having an early dinner. We didn't order much.We ordered Cinnamon Burst, Apple Lemon and Ginger Smoothie, Roasted Pepper and Feta Stuffed Chicken and Stir Fried Chicken. The Cinnamon Burst was simple amazing and if this is something that cuts down belly fat that I thing every nutritionist should prescribe it to their doctors. We also took a tip to prepare this amazingly refreshing drink at home. The Apple Lemon and Ginger Smoothie was grainy, sugarless and light on stomach. Either the chicken was too delicious or we super hungry, we forgot to take the pictures and just polished off the bowl of chicken. Our second dish took a little extra time for preparation but nonetheless was worth the wait. The Feta Stuffed Chicken had a balanced taste and is something you should try out at this place.
With subtle interiors, the place has a rich feel to it, something I haven't experience in other cafes in Calcutta. I am surely visiting again and so should you.After all healthy eating should be a way of life!