Regarding their produce, True Food Kitchen follows the Dirty Dozen/Clean 15 rule. Their beef is 100% grass-fed and their chicken is organic. Their albacore is wild-caught but the remainder of the seafood on the menu is not; it’s farmed responsibly.
Their menu is extensive and includes salads, entrees, bowls, pizzas, sandwiches, and appetizers. A full bar, beer, wine, cider, non-alcoholic specialty drinks, tea, and coffee are also offered. A separate brunch menu is available on the weekends.
What I Ordered
We ordered the Tomato and Arugula Pizza on a gluten-free crust. The pizza was good overall and we were quite impressed with the crust. Definitely, one of the best gluten-free pizza crusts to touch my palate thus far. We also ordered a Pomegranate Chia Limeade and a local dry cider labeled East Ciders Original. The Limeade was really good, quite refreshing, and delish. The cider was nice and light.
This True Food Kitchen encompasses a large and modern space with an open kitchen and a nice bar. The decor is vibrant and earthy. Surprisingly, it’s not too noisy considering the open dining and adjoined kitchen area. Outdoor seating is plentiful as well.
True Food Kitchen does a good job of delivering pretty clean food that is pleasing to the palate in a super nice space.