Most of the seafood is wild-caught and fresh while the chicken and eggs are organic. The beef is grass-fed and several of the wine, cider, and beer selections are organic. The produce that is organic is what’s listed on EWG’s Dirty Dozen list. Ask for more specifics.
True Food Kitchen serves Classic American fare with a healthy and creative twist. Pizzas, salads, sandwiches, small plates, and entrees comprise the menu which includes tacos, flatbreads, grain and poke bowls, and even lasagna. Mocktails, cocktails, beer, cider, and wine complete the menu.
What I Ordered
Although I’ve eaten at several different True Food locations over recent years, for this review I’ve chosen the Gluten-Free Tomato and Arugula Pizza and the Grass-Fed Burger. Sides chosen with the burger were the Kale Salad and Sweet Potato Browns, along with a Pomegranate Chia Limeade mocktail to wash it down with. First off, the Pomegranate Limeade was off the charts delish and a must-have for me anytime I’m near a True Food Kitchen. The texture of GF pizza crust was excellent with a soft interior and slight crunch along the exterior. Unfortunately, the crust and pizza overall lacked in the flavor department. The burger was a bit of a disappointment as well. Although the toppings of mushrooms and sauteed onions were a hit, filled with flavor and cooked to perfect tenderness, the taste of the beef itself was off and quite dry.
The large open dining area boasts modern decor and stunning lighting with a lively atmosphere. A full bar and tables comprise the interior dining space with seating available on the lovely outdoor patio as well.
With 23 locations in the US and growing, you can always count on True Food Kitchen for a swanky yet casual setting and beautiful surroundings. Although the menu is not totally clean, they do a great job of offering enough clean ingredients for one to order a nice clean meal. The mocktails and specialty drinks are amazing. There is a long list of menu offerings that I’m looking forward to sampling soon.