I've visited this spot before not realizing that it was for the "health conscious diner." I thought the food was pretty good but nothing to write home about. So now that health and wellness have become part of my personal brand, I decided to revisit with a H&W perspective that I can share.
I had the portobello mushroom burger which was
very tasty and filling but truly confusing. Usually a portobello burger
is made of mostly the mushroom as the "meat" in between the bun. In
this one, there were slivers of the mushroom on top of a veggie-type
burger made of quinoa, buckwheat and some other grains that escape me
(and are curiously missing from the online menu). It clearly was not
gluten-free because I was "Gas-sius Clay" all day. (I'm probably dating
myself with that reference).
Anyhoo, the butternut squash soup
was great- the right amount of sweet and salty. The grilled calamari
was surprisingly tasty as I wasn't sure how I would respond to un-fried
While the food was good, I'm only giving 4 stars for the
lack of gluten-free options on the menu. And I'm giving 4 stars
instead of 3 for the menu being organic and natural with cage-free meats
and eco-friendly seafood.