The chicken and eggs are organic and the beef is 100% grass fed. Their albacore is wild caught and fresh, but the remainder of their seafood is farmed responsibly. As for the produce, they follow the clean 15/dirty dozen rule, which for the most part means the only produce that is organic is what is listed on the dirty dozen list, and everything else is assumed to be non- organic. Several wines and liquors are also organic.
The menu at True Food Kitchen consists of starters, grain bowls, sandwiches, pizza, entrees, specialty drinks, teas, beer, wine, cocktails, and cider. Brunch is served on the weekends. Entree offerings include the Poke Bowl, Moroccan Chicken, and Lasagna Bolognese with Fennel Chicken Sausage.
What I Ordered
I ordered the grass fed burger with sides of kale salad and sweet potato cubes. I’m sorry to say that I was very disappointed in the burger, in fact, I only ate a few bites. The taste was off and not pleasant. The sweet potatoes were nothing special, but the kale salad was yum.
The restaurant occupies a large modern space with an open kitchen, full bar, and earthy chic decor. Outdoor seating with sun umbrellas is available as well.
True Food Kitchen has a varied menu and does a good job of delivering pretty clean food that is pleasing to the palate in a beautiful atmosphere.