Best Restaurant Salads on the Upper West Side

Sometimes we want to eat out but eat light at the same time. We’re going to avoid the obvious “salad places”, and put the focus on Upper West Side restaurants with great starter or entree salads on their menu.

Protein-packed kale salad at Peacefood Cafe

On their special menu, served daily from 11am to 5pm. Kale leaves, diced seasonal tofu, tempeh bacon, pumpkin seeds and raisins tossed with the chef’s secret dressing. $14.50. 460 Amsterdam Ave. 

Best Restaurant Salads on the Upper West Side

 

Kefi Salad at Kefi

Shredded lettuce and fennel, tomato, cucumber, olive, pepper, onion and feta. $12.25. 505 Columbus Ave.

Best Restaurant Salads on the Upper West Side

 

Farmer’s Chop Salad with Chicken at Community Food and Juice

Romaine hearts, green apples, kirby cukes, radishes, carrots, mizuna, chives, tarragon, celery, lynnhaven local feta, sunflower seeds, champagne-cider vinaigrette.  $10 without chicken, $16 with chicken. 2893 Broadway.

Best Restaurant Salads on the Upper West Side

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Pickled crudites at Maison Pickle 

Seasonal Pickled Vegetables, Herb Aioli. $11. 2315 Broadway.

Best Restaurant Salads on the Upper West Side

 

Country salad at Cafe Luxembourg

This appetizer salad is made with Frisée, fourme d’ambert, bacon lardons, poached egg, croutons, bacon vinaigrette. $18. 200 West 70th Street.

Best Restaurant Salads on the Upper West Side

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Poached Organic Salmon Nicoise Salad at Spring Natural Kitchen

Organic mesclun, chickpeas, black olives, baby artichokes, haricot verts, cherry tomatoes, herb-lemon dressing. gluten free. $18. 474 Columbus Ave.

Best Restaurant Salads on the Upper West Side

 

Som Tum at Thai Market

This spicy salad comes with Green papaya, bird’s eye chili, long bean, tomato, peanut. $6. 960 Amsterdam Ave.

Best Restaurant Salads on the Upper West Side

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Mike Mishkin

Mike Mishkin

Blogger & Native Upper West Sider
Mike is a native Upper West Sider. He's lived in the Lincoln Center area, Morningside Heights, and pretty much everywhere in between. You can frequently find him eating through the many great restaurants on the Upper West Side or awkwardly taking iPhone photos for @ilovetheupperwestside.
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