Karma Farm is a Certified Gluten-Free restaurant. Everything is made from scratch, non-GMO, dairy-free, and nut-free. The beef is grass-fed and they ensure the produce listed on EWG’s Dirty Dozen list is organic. The Verlasso salmon is sustainably farmed and not fed GMOs. Sugar and salt are used very minimally, with sugar and eggs only used in the fresh-baked donuts and treats. Vegan options are plentiful.
Bowls, arepas, and entrees are the base offerings with a nice selection of mouth-watering sides. There are 7 different arepas on the menu, which are made from a base of yucca. Vegan, chicken, and beef stuffed arepas are offered. Bowls include the Salmon Avocado Bowl, the Slappin Spicy Vegan Hellabowl, and the South of the Border Bowl to name a few. You’ll find Southern Black-Eyed Pea Caviar, Truffle Shroom Chickpea Pasta, and Organic Vegan Potato Salad as a few of the side choices. Several iced and hot teas are also offered as well as house-baked desserts.
What I Ordered
I ordered the Meatloaf & Mushrooms with sides of their famous Truffle Oil Avocado Tomato Salad, and Braised Purple Cabbage. Served on a bed of fresh kale, the tasty meatloaf was topped with a savory mushroom sauce and plump sauteed shrooms. The Avo Tomato Salad was super fresh and moist with truffle oil and seasonings. The beautiful braised purple cabbage was tender and delish as well.
Located in the Aramore building in Atlanta, Karma Farm occupies a well lit modern space with earth tones and pops of orange. Table seating is provided indoors and on the pup-friendly patio.
Karma Farm restaurant dishes out great tasting real food, made from scratch without all the bad stuff. It serves as a safe place to eat out for those with allergies and food intolerances, as well as clean eaters, omnivores, and vegans. They also practice sustainability as all of the packagings are 90% compostable. Karma Farm is a rare find; clean food to the extreme without sacrificing taste. Bravo Karma Farm!