The beef is 100% grass-fed, the chicken and eggs are organic and most of the seafood is wild-caught and fresh. As for produce, True Food Kitchen follows the dirty dozen rule, which means for the most part the only produce that is organic is what is listed on the dirty dozen list and everything else is assumed not organic. Several wines and liquors are organic as well.
True Food Kitchen offers soups, small plates, salads, pizza, grain bowls, sandwiches, and entrees such as Spaghetti Squash Casserole and Grilled Fish Tacos. They also serve desserts, organic coffee, wine, beer, cocktails, refreshers, and teas. True Food Kitchen offers a kid’s menu and a brunch menu on the weekends. In addition, they provide many gluten-free, vegan, and vegetarian options.
What I Ordered
I ordered the grass-fed burger with sweet potato browns and kale salad. To be honest the burger was quite disappointing. The taste was off and it was a bit dry, I did not take more than a few bites. The potatoes and kale salad were decent. On another occasion, I ordered the Tomato and Arugula Pizza on a Gluten-Free crust and a Pomegranate Chia Lemonade. The pizza crust had an excellent texture with a soft interior and slight crunch along the edges, along with a hand-tossed thickness and nice flavor. The Lemonade was rockstar worthy, so yum!
True Food Kitchen occupies a large open and modern space with an industrial chic feel. The kitchen is open and in clear view. Because of the open space, it can be a bit loud inside the restaurant. Outdoor seating is available as well.
True Food Kitchen is a national chain with locations in 14 states. As far as I can tell, the menu is the same at all locations, although it does rotate with the seasons. The atmosphere and decor are always impressive. They do provide lots of clean food choices but I’ve never been “wowed” with any entree or food I’ve ordered to date.