Now Balfes have teamed-up once again with Dublin’s renowned BodyByrne Fitness to create a selection of new, light additions to the summer menu, with health-conscious diners in mind.
The new wholesome BodyByrne lunch and dinner options, include the Body Byrne whole meal wrap(€12) with sweet potato, roast pepper, chicken and hummus and the grilled chicken salad, guacamole, sweet piquillo peppers, baby gem and coriander (€13/€19).
Dinner guests can look forward to further virtuous choices, served until 10pm, including Baked salmon with quinoa crust, green beans, pickled radish & black garlic alioli (€20) and a delicious Turkey burger topped with guacamole, paprika sweet potato wedges, salsa & healthy coleslaw (€18).
Other summer highlights include on-trend drinks, Turmeric Latte (€4.50) and Coconut Latte(€4.50).
Siobhan Byrne of BodyByrne comments, “You don’t have to punish yourself with summer diets to see results, you just need to eat mindfully and make smarter food choices. It is 80% nutrition and 20% exercise; abs really are made in the kitchen and with our new Balfes menu additions, summer wellness doesn’t mean compromising on taste.”
Following on from success of 2016’s BodyByrne breakfast, the new lunch and dinner options will feature in addition to the ever-popular power boosting breakfasts; BodyByrne Eggs Florentine with wholemeal toast and yogurt dressing (€8.50).
The perennial breakfast favourite, pancakes, have been given a totally healthy revamp.
At Balfes the BodyByrne oat pancakes, cooked in coconut oil are served three ways – with berries & agave nectar, with scrambled eggs & avocado or with almond butter & banana (€8.50).
The BodyByrne Menu at Balfes is available Monday to Friday 8am to close with a selected offering served on Saturday and Sunday from 10am until close as part of the weekend menu.