The Holy Bowly Story

Holy Bowly is about healthy, clean, honest, refreshing, grab and go food. Fast food that’s good for you.
You don’t have to be health conscious to get the Holy Bowly vibe, you just need to be life conscious.
Take home bowls of goodness, smoothies & cold pressed juices, holistic salads and raw treats.
They’re all delicious… and they just happen to be really healthy as well. Using market fresh, raw, seasonal and organic produce of only the highest quality ensures that what we provide you to put in your mouth is guilt free! We are motivated and passionate about bringing superfoods into peoples everyday lives and diets to improve overall health and wellbeing. We aim to make Bayside a healthier place, one superfood bowl at a time.

Holy Bowly… eat yourself happy.

Our Foods

The Holy Bowly menu is healthy. Healthy in the true sense of the word, and healthy in that it’s never stale. Our menu is always changing and evolving. We base our menu around what’s in season, what’s fresh, what’s tasty, what looks best at the markets. Expect something to change on a weekly, or even daily basis.

We only make and sell fresh, tasty and healthy food, so if we’re at the market and we see something that grabs us, we jump on it. If Spinach and Kale are going off, you’ll find Spinach and Kale based bowls on offer. Berries in season? More than likely you’ll see berry smoothies and acai berry treats. Broccoli, Sweet Potatoes, Lentils, Beans in season? Expect some delicious curries and hearty yummy winter soups.

Items like our single origin coffee and organic teas are available season round, but the idea is everything is made to demand as we swap and change around what’s ‘freshest, bestest and healthiest’ we also react to what our customers want. Our expert inhouse ‘Raw Chef’ has been given the brief to pretty much do whatever he wants… that why he’s an expert Raw Chef…


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What is Superfood?

You may have heard the term ‘superfood’, but wondered what makes these foods so ‘superior’ to others.
A superfood is considered to be a food that is particularly dense in nutrients. Superfood is typically presented in its ‘raw’ state, meaning unprocessed, unrefined and not heated above 47 degrees. Many foods are regarded as superfoods including Kale, Spinach, Acai berries, Blueberries, Pomegranates, Chia, Spirulina, Barley grass, Chlorella, Chlorophyll, Wheatgrass and others, as well as fatty fish such as Salmon & Mackerel. These foods pack a lot of punch for their weight and are superior sources of antioxidants and essential nutrients needed by your body.

Why is superfood or raw food good for my body?

Clean eating with superfoods / raw foods keeps your body moving on the inside and aids detox. The high levels of Phytonutrients present can aid in cancer and chronic disease prevention and help your body build a stronger immune system. The enzymes present help aid digestion and break down food for your body to process. Many superfoods are also naturally rich in antioxidants, which helps minimise damage to the body’s cells and tissues caused by normal body processes and exposure to toxins and chemicals. They’re also a source of important vitamins and minerals for whole body support. Raw superfoods such as sprouts, green juices and wheatgrass are highly alkalizing and reduce acidic levels in the body.

Get in Touch with Holy Bowly

Come in, have a chat, have a browse around, check out what’s on offer, we don’t bite.
If you want to find out what all this Superfood talk is about we’re happy to get you up to speed.
You’ll find us right on Hampton street in the heart of Bayside. Join us on social media, we’re active on Facebook & Instagram, get connected for the latest menu updates, treats and tasty tit bits.




VISIT

531 Hampton Street
Hampton, VIC 3188

OPEN

Weekdays & Weekends
7am – Early afternoon

TALK

Phone: 9521 0722
eathappy@holybowly.com.au

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