Where we are going today: Hustle n’ Flow Eatery

Nada Alturki

Hailing straight from sunny Marbella, the award-winning Hustle n’ Flow Eatery is one of the latest trendy editions to Riyadh’s culinary scene. Its open interior, complete with aesthetic wall murals and lush green accents, gives off the illusion of walking off the beach to a vacation brunch.

The restaurant’s menu concept aims to “bring healthy back” without compromising on taste. What needs no introduction is the gorgeous food presentation, as the wait staff leave every dish on your table looking like it stepped straight out of a tropical dream.

From their superfood signature acai bowls to their extensive brunch menu, Hustle n’ Flow creates an indulgent, but certainly nutritious, dining experience. They also offer vegetarian and vegan options, too.

One of their best selling dishes, the “French Touch,” is an Instagram-able delicacy if there ever was one: caramelized French toast topped with mixed berry compote and a vegan salted caramel vanilla whip, as well as toasted walnuts and pistachios — and maple syrup, of course. The “Sweet Dreams Are Made of This” is a similar concoction, but pillared with a stack of pancakes.

Their signature and original acai bowl, “Acai You Baby,” is also a great breakfast choice. Diners can opt for the “Cheat Day” bowl for a more decadent option.

Their brunch menu, however, truly takes the cake. Their “Morning Glory” bestseller is a must for those who are craving an eggs benedict with a twist. In lieu of traditional English muffins is a sweet potato rosti, topped with mashed avocados, poached eggs, hollandaise sauce and chili flakes.

They also offer an assortment of burgers, wraps, pizzas and sharing plates. Their “Chapo’s Nachos” plate is perfect for larger groups, offering a tray of tortilla chips and heaps of guacamole, jalapenos, gouda, pomegranate, sour cream and pico de gallo. Their tacos also pack an extra punch, with a choice of either chicken or beef.

The restaurant drinks menu bursts with variety. The “Spirulina Lemonade” is one of Hustle n’ Flow Eatery’s bestsellers, along with the “Passion Fruit Sour” and assortment of healthy smoothies.

Dishes are reasonably priced and the restaurant’s kind staff make the experience all the better. They are extremely accommodating with adjustments and substitutions, and tend to crack a few jokes here and there to maintain the light and fun feng shui. The manager tends to also check in on diners.

The restaurant hosts branches in San Pedro, Gibraltar, Marbella, Benahavis, Doha, and most recently, Riyadh.

You can visit the spot at Al-Nafal, or for a cozy night in, opt to get all the same flavors delivered to you via the HungerStation or Jahez apps.

Courtesy: arabnews