Eatsa review and customization tips

Eatsa is one of those high-tech food stops that is irresistible to a foodie geek like me.

Here’s how my first experience went!

If you’re on the go and want to eat clean, you have to try Eatsa.

Eatsa is ridiculously easy

Download the app, pick (and/or customize) a bowl, wait for your name to appear on a cubbie, and then grab your grub.

Here’s how I picked up my lunch at Eatsa on California St, San Francisco:

It’s super customizable and healthy

Eatsa bowl.

I was able to start with one of their suggested bowls and then customize the heck out of it for a high-protein, low-sodium lunch.

I started with the Bento Bowl as the base, and then swapped out a bunch of stuff and ended up with this custom bowl:

  • Stir fried quinoa with egg
  • Tandoori tofu
  • Edamame
  • Red and green cabbage
  • Smoked pecans (sooooo good)
  • Chile de arbol salsa
  • Green onion
  • Sesame seeds
  • Lime wedge

My custom bowl’s nutritional info:

The app remembers your purchase history so it’s easy to order your favorite next time!

Some photos of my custom creation:

Before mixin’.

After mixin’. YUM!

It’s very affordable

My total came to only $6.95 ($7.84 including SF sales tax and health mandate). For a big bowl of yummy and healthy fixins, it’s totally worth it!

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