Conscious and delicious? | Greenhabit now serves breakfast

Conscious and delicious? | Greenhabit now serves breakfast

Opened in October, Greenhabit is a health-conscious spot in the 11th district that offers fresh and seasonal delicacies without sacrificing good taste and creative dishes. They now serve breakfast, as well.


For breakfast, they make toasts with sourdough bread: tomato and pesto, beetroot with goat’s cheese and eggs. You can also choose between a traditional omelet made with egg whites only, served with roasted red pepper sauce, and topped with cheese, vegetables, and bacon according to taste. For those who usually start the day with something sweet, you can also order coconut-milk plum and cinnamon oatmeal.

They open at 8 am on weekdays and 9 am on weekends. Saturday and Sunday mornings at Greenhabit can stretch well into the afternoon, with freshly squeezed orange juice and coffee followed by a Mimosa. If you prefer to stick to a low-key hedonism, you can sip on beetroot, charcoal and matcha lattes, completely decaffeinated.

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Photos: Nóri Puskás

Source: Press release

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