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We’re sure you haven’t missed the Cult.Fit gyms, Mind.Fit studios and Eat.Fit restaurants popping up all over town in the last year or so. Eat.Fit is the food portion of this health and fitness powerhouse- delivering nutritious meals via their app as well as serving you fresh food at their food outlets. Here comes our fifth Healthy Eating Review company- Eat.Fit.


COMPANY NAME:  Eat.Fit from Cure.Fit 

ABOUT THE COMPANY: Cure.Fit is a healthcare and fitness company based in Bangalore offering gyms, yoga and meditation studios, health centers and online food delivery. Eat.Fit believes that, “You are what you eat!” and provide wholesome food free of any preservatives both in their outlets as well as delivered right to your door. All the chicken is Halal certified and their ingredients are sourced locally with an emphasis on in-season products.

TYPE OF FOOD: Weight Watch, Home Style, Light Meals, Gourmet, Salads, Athletes, HRX Light

DIETARY OPTIONS: Veg, Non-Veg, Dairy Free

PRICE: Rs. 90-140 for a breakfast item, Rs. 140-280 for a lunch item, Rs. 90-200 for snacks, Rs. 145-280 for a dinner item

ORDERING OPTIONS: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Snacks

DELIVERY SCHEDULE: On-demand delivery is available on their app or website as well as Zomato and PhonePe apps, subscriptions can be ordered for daily delivery at a variety of different slots

WHY WE LOVE IT: Eat.Fit has a variety of different meal plans to cater for every diet including HRX Athlete (as well as HRX light) which are meals high in calories which include performance enhancing ingredients (think beetroot and chickpeas). Other plans include Salad Bar which are meal-sized salads meant to be filling enough even for dinner, Weight Watch which promotes lighter meals full of good carbs and salad, and Fit Curries which substitutes high fiber ingredients like brown rice or foxtail millet for your standard rice.

GREAT FOR: Wholesome meal subscription plans to suit everyone’s preference- 

CONTACT: Check out their website and download their easy to use App



For this review, we tried a one-week subscription of HRX Light Non-Veg dinners. The description of HRX light reads: “Walk 10,000 steps a day? Lead a fairly active lifestyle? Try the HRX Light meal pack that will help keep you energized and poised for fitness. We’ve handpicked performance ingredients like chicken, lentils and nuts to supercharge your day.” 


DAY 1: 

Sri Lankan Chicken Curry

INGREDIENTS: Chicken in a curry sauce, side salad, brown rice

NUTRITIONAL INFO: 542 Calories, 31g of protein, 28g of fat, 14g of fiber and 52g of carbs

I am a long- time fan of Eat.Fit for light, healthy office lunches so I jumped on the opportunity to review them for a week. I live just behind the newly opened Eat Fit restaurant on 12th Main, so I assumed delivery would be seamless and fast. I was wrong. The first day, Monday, I didn’t receive the food and for the rest of the week it was a pain- phone calls, navigating and delays. However, they did make up for it to a certain extent by sending an extra meal on Day 6.

Back to food: the curry was lovely! It is a large portion and quite filling, so I had enough for lunch the next day as well. The chicken is very tender and not bland at all, which is always my issue with healthy meals. The curry is not too spicy but it does have a depth of flavor. I like how Eat.Fit always adds a small side salad a small superfood pot to really round off the meal.


DAY 2:

Light Egg Masala and Roti

INGREDIENTS: Eggs, curry, roti, side salad

NUTRITIONAL INFO: 590 calories, 35g of protein, 22g of fat, 17g fiber and 62g of carbs

I was sooo excited for this! I love egg curry! It was nice, but it could definitely use a bit more heat. The gravy was very thick, perfect for soaking it up with the roti. The roti was soft and fluffy. The small green side salad didn’t necessarily add much to the dish, but it cut nicely through the richness of the gravy. All in all, a very satisfying Indian dinner minus the guilt and the heaviness. This is the only meal I transferred to a bowl, it is a bit messy to eat curry from a plastic container.


DAY 3:

Chicken Patty and Tomato Relish

INGREDIENTS: Chicken, tomato-based gravy, small Mediterranean salad, mixed fruit salad

NUTRITIONAL INFO: 509 calories, 34g of protein, 19g of fat, 13g of fiber and 46g of carbs

Nigella Lawson and I have one thing in common: we are both fans of brown foods. It might not be too photogenic but it is homely and usually packs a ton of flavor. Most of my Cult.Fit meals were not Instagrambale but hit the spot. This I actually kept for lunch the next day and it made for great desks eat. Patties were soft but not too crumbly and the relish complimented them nicely. I liked the addition of a fruit salad, it helps with the sugar craving I always get around 3 PM. I was, however, hungry very soon afterward.



DAY 4: 

Arrabiata-stuffed Chicken Meal

INGREDIENTS: Stuffed chicken breast, lime rice, carrot salad and a mixed corn salad

NUTRITIONAL INFO: 385 calories, 31g of protein, 12g of fat, 10g of fiber and 37g of carbs

Chicken again!! This is why I never stick too long with meal subscriptions- there is a ton of ways to eat healthy that don’t involve chicken. This was also the lightest meal calorie-wise so much better for dinner. The chicken was tender and not dried out (I still shared it with my husband because No. More. Chicken). Yay for lime rice, my South Indian heart was very happy. Salads this time actually made sense with the dish and I happily ate them both. I have to say that at this point everything started to taste pretty similar and I would have liked to see more of a range in spice use.


DAY 5:

Jamaican Chicken and Millet Meal

INGREDIENTS: Chicken, vegetable curry, millet, and a small side salad

NUTRITIONAL INFO: 513 calories, 38g of protein, 14g of fat, 17g of fiber and 52g of carbs

I am sensing a theme with the protein here… But to be fair this was a very tasty chicken. I am not a fan of millet so I warmed up some chapaties to dip into the curry. The gravy was not as thick as some of the other ones I had, which wasn’t a bad thing for dinner. Like the Sri Lankan curry, I found this to be a heavier meal and finished it for lunch the next day. I am a fan of curries but four out of five days was a bit much.



The delivery was an issue. My house is not too hard to find and it is a three-minute walk from the Eat.Fit restaurant, so I don’t understand why it was such a pain every day. However, the food was always warm and fresh and the delivery guys were always very nice. I like Eat.Fit, especially the fact that they have plenty of menus and healthy eating options, but to eat just HRX Light for a week got a bit one note. I will definitely keep ordering my lunches from them, but I will continue to switch between different programs for variety. The gravies were always very nice and the chicken was never dry, but I would have liked everything just a bit hotter. Some of the dishes were a bit heavier so I got two meals out of them- I do prefer my dinner a bit lighter. However, the patties and the egg curry I could have again and again and again. I rate it a very solid 6 out of 10, with a point taken down because of the hassle with delivery.





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Tena is a gender and development expert who has spent the past six years working between Dubai and Bangalore before settling in Bangalore. When she is not talking about gender rights and equality, she is eating her way around India and the world. She is a lover of sparkling wines, great manis and long books. Tena is a proud cat mom of two rescue boys and an even prouder Indian daughter in law.


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