1. Serotonin Eatery, Burnley View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Food usually makes you feel good, right? Well, Serotonin Eatery promises to make you feel actual happiness with their big bowls of bright veggies and other nourishing creations. Don't knock the happy gimmick 'til you try it — how can banana pancakes make anyone feel anything but? 2. Hunters' Roots, CBD View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Just try and finish this bright pink dragonfruit smoothie bowl without posting it to Instagram. Just. Try. 3. Yong Green Food, Fitzroy View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Raw vegan and vego food without the raw vegan and vego vibe. Everything here just feels good, from the macro dragon bowl to the raw caramel slice. 4. Green Press, CBD View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Never have doughnuts of the gluten-free, sugar-free kind tasted like anything other than hard, bland pieces of dough. Except for at Green Press. They've totally nailed it, along with their cold-pressed juices, salads and acai bowls. 5. Patch, Richmond View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Whether you buy into the whole paleo thing or not, Patch is still a safe bet for something super healthy. Get your gratuitous dose of kale in the breakfast salad, go grainless with the Patch Bircher or all-out with the blueberry and almond hotcakes. They come with a drizzle of paleo caramel, which is just as good as it sounds. 6. Mastic, Kew View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Yes, the fact that George Calombaris opened a health food cafe is a little perplexing — but everyone needs a serve of superfoods in-between their souvas, right? If you're feeling particularly greasy from the night before, Mastic's goji berry granola or brekky salad will balance you back out. 7. Combi, Elwood View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Whether you live bayside or not, Combi should be at the top of your health food hit list — that is, if you don't mind waiting for a seat and a smoothie. Once you get your hands on vegan sandwich and liquid passion superfood smoothie, you'll forget that wait in a second. 8. Walk Don't Run, Armadale View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Armadale, superfoods are now in your suburb! Run, don't walk to this immaculate Kooyong Road cafe (and its grilled eggplant), even though its namesake suggests you do the opposite. 9. Shokuiku, Northcote View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Need an elixir? Some healing tea? Yoko at Shokuiku will be able to sort you out. Everything's raw and organic, with lunch, breakfast and a tonne of tonics — including a $25 super smoothie. Head in on Saturday nights for a seven-course raw degustation. 10. BlendCo, Cremorne View this photo on Instagram instagram.com It's a well-known fact that food tastes better out of a van. The smoothie bowls from BlendCo are no exception. The van travels around, but is based in Newton Street when it's not on the road. 11. Heal.Thy Self Co., Yarraville View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Not sure where westies went for their smoothies prior to Heal.Thy Self Co. opening last year, but it's clear that this has become their new go-to. Recommended choice? The Be Awakened, with a double shot of espresso, banana, mesquite and almond milk. 12. Nourished:385, Prahran View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, Prahran-dwellers really don't have any excuses to eat badly. And why would you want to, when you could be eating smashed avo with strawberry jalapeno chutney or fish and sweet potato tacos? 13. Green Cup, South Yarra View this photo on Instagram instagram.com A green smoothie lover's dream. Or a green smoothie hater's hell. Luckily, there are plenty of other yum things on the menu, including porridge, snacks and some solid smashed avo. 14. Vegie Bar, Fitzroy View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Don't fight it — join the cult of Vegie Bar. This place has been around since before health food became a thing, so they know their stuff. From their house salad to their raw tacos to the epic vegan nachos, this menu has been tried, tested and given the vego thumbs up time and time again. 15. Pressed Juices, various locations View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Pressed is well known for their cold pressed juices and smoothies, but now they do food too. Raw zucchini noodles and chia parfait are on the menu — all raw and organic and minimally presented, of course. 16. Monk Bodhi Dharma, Balaclava View this photo on Instagram instagram.com A fave St Kilda cafe among dietary minorities due it its completely vegetarian menu, which also features extensive gluten-free and vegan options. Rumour has it that Monk has started knocking up some vegan croissants, too. 17. Nutrition Bar, Richmond, Windsor & St Kilda Road View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Proving that people will go crazy over a liquefied snack, Nutrition Bar has expanded their little Richmond business with smoothie bars in Chapel Street and St Kilda Road. Your best bet for an acai bowl or a peanut butter almond milk smoothie. 18. Pana Chocolate, Richmond View this photo on Instagram instagram.com If you're going to eat chocolate, it may as well be from Pana. Their raw chocolate and cakes are all free from dairy, gluten and refined sugar. And you won't even notice the difference. It's seriously amazing what these guys can do. 19. Simple Seed, South Yarra View this photo on Instagram instagram.com With Windsor and Prahran hogging all the healthy stuff, South Yarra obviously felt left out. But thanks to Simple Seed, you can now get a salad, raw snacks and smoothies up the top end of Chapel. Phew. 20. Fred Gets Friendly, Fitzroy View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Health food nuts/people with intolerances go to bed dreaming about places like this. With basically everything gluten-free, refined sugar free and vegan, the salads, breakfast pots, falafels and healthy treats (including raw ones from Pana) are all good for you — and surprisingly delicious. 21. Tofu Shop International, Richmond View this photo on Instagram instagram.com All the tofu. All the veggies. All the goodness. Tofu Shop is legend on Bridge Road, and for good reason. After eating a big bowl of tofu and other good stuff, you can even finish off with a tofu treat. Green tea ice cream, anyone? 22. Raw Trader, CBD View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Raw cakes for days. Just try to resist Short Stop's doughnuts next door — it's difficult, we know, but you'll feel much better after one of Raw Trader's healthy slices, vegan cheesecakes or bliss balls. 23. Fresh Organic Goods, Richmond View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Having just opened a few weeks ago, F.O.G is fresh in every sense of the world. Drop in for a fresh salad, a red latte, some raw chocolates from Citizen Cacao, or a bottle of their very own almond milk. 24. Disco Beans, Preston View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Sounds like a lot of fun — and it is. Fresh, light Japanese food made with organic ingredients where possible and without refined sugars. Plus, everything on the menu can be made vegan. 25. Street Organics, Malvern View this photo on Instagram instagram.com A good one if you're living in the eastern suburbs. Street Organics serves breakfast and lunch, as well as raw treats — and they have a fridge full of healthy take-home meals for when you don't have time to cook (or just don't want to). 26. Five Plus Smoothie, CBD View this photo on Instagram instagram.com A sure-fire way to get your five fruit and veg a day, Five Plus packs their smoothies with all the good stuff you need to get your daily fill. There's plenty of kale and spirulina here, but the smoothies also get an extra kick from the house made almond milk and peanut butter. 27. Thr1ve, CBD View this photo on Instagram instagram.com The fact that there is a paleo takeaway joint in a food court says everything. Congratulations Melbourne, you've won healthy eating.