With a menu inspired by ingredients that make up Dr. Andrew Weil’s anti-inflammatory food pyramid, True Food Kitchen at Lenox Square offers healthy lunch and dinner options to hungry shoppers and the Buckhead neighborhood.
Sunlight floods True Food Kitchen’s corner space, spotlighting the restaurant’s fresh and vibrant décor featuring vegetal green seating and unfinished wood from floor to ceiling. A spacious patio with bright yellow chairs echoes the sunny atmosphere inside. Guests are invited to sip an all-natural cocktail at the inviting bar near the entrance. Try an Acai-Blueberry Mojito or select a glass of wine from their list of organic wines made with sustainably farmed grapes.
Antioxidant-rich organic fruit and vegetable juices are shaken and stirred to create refreshing and healthy tonics like the playfully named Kale-Aid made with kale, cucumbers, celery, lemon, ginger and apple. Or, if you had too many mojitos the night before, the Hangover RX made with electrolyte-replenishing coconut water may be just what the doctor ordered.
True Food Kitchen offers a variety of healthy starters, salads, pizzas, sandwiches, and entrees, many of which are vegan or vegetarian and can be requested gluten-free. Pair your healthy tonic with a signature vegetarian “Inside Out” Quinoa Burger made with a satisfying combination of quinoa, tomato, cucumber, avocado, red onion and feta.
Poultry and fish eaters can enjoy a variety of diverse dishes including Turkey Lasagna and Miso Glazed Black Cod. Salads are substantial enough to share or make a lunchtime entrée. The Chicken Chopped salad, for example, is a texturally pleasing composition of chewy dates and dried cranberries, plus crunchy sprouted almonds and julienned jicama, all ingredients that help combat inflammation, according to Dr. Andrew Weil.
True Food Kitchen is a welcome addition to the restaurants at Lenox Square and is sure to please diners with healthy recipes that taste great.