December, 2022 Prices may vary by location and are updated frequently.
Below are the latest True Food Kitchen menu prices.
|Butternut Squash Soup||$7.17|
|Fig & Gorgonzola Flatbread||$10.53|
|Wild Caught Tuna Tostada*||$17.63|
|Roasted Beet & Goat Cheese Flatbread||$10.45|
|Charred Cauliflower, V GF||$17.31|
|Summer Corn Soup, V GF||$8.80|
|Watermelon Salad, V GF||$13.82|
|Edamame Guacamole, V||$13.62|
|Herb Hummus, VEG||$16.20|
|Edamame Dumplings, VEG||$13.95|
|Seasonal Vegetable Crudités||$15.00|
|Roasted Brussels Sprouts||$9.69|
|Spaghetti Squash Casserole||$14.56|
|Family Meal for Six||$81.33|
|Family Meal for Two||$32.00|
|Family Meal for Four||$58.60|
|Moroccan Chicken Pita||$72.10|
Refreshers & Tea
|Sparkling Prickly Pear Tisane||$5.32|
|Sparkling Peach Tea||$5.46|
|Iced Black Tea||$4.40|
|Iced Green Tea||$4.40|
|Dr. Weil's Wellness Shot||$5.00|
|White Peony “Bai Mudan” Tea||$5.00|
|Original Ginger "O.G."||$5.00|
|Sparkling Antioxidant Tea||$5.00|
|Pomegranate Chia Limeade||$5.00|
|Adaptogenic Tulsi Tea||$5.00|
|Cinnamon Vanilla Latte||$6.00|
|Cascara Cold Brew||$6.00|
|Hot Apple Cider||$7.00|
|Jasmine Pearl Green Tea||$6.00|
|Genmaicha Green Tea||$4.00|
|Wood Dragon Oolong Tea||$6.00|
|Classic Chai Tea||$5.00|
|Peppermint Herbal Tea||$4.00|
|Chamomile Herbal Tea||$5.00|
|*Organic Tuscan Kale Salad||$11.62|
|*Spinach & Mushroom Pizza||$17.42|
|*Dark Chocolate Quinoa Brownie||$4.96|
Salads & Bowls
|Tuscan Kale Salad, VEG||$17.59|
|Good Earth Kale Cobb, VEG GF||$17.73|
|Chopped Salad, VEG||$19.97|
|Teriyaki Quinoa Bowl, V GF||$21.67|
|Ancient Grains Bowl, V||$17.36|
|Spaghetti Squash Casserole, VEG GF||$22.28|
|Korean Noodle Bowl, V GF||$20.80|
|Spicy Panang Curry, GF||$18.64|
Soup and Salads
|Creamy Tomato Soup||$7.06|
|Organic Tuscan Kale||$10.63|
|Good Earth Kale Cobb||$14.29|
*Refreshers & Tea
|*Traditional Black Tea||$5.00|
|Spinach and Mushroom, V||$19.51|
|Fennel Chicken Sausage||$15.14|
|Tomato & Arugula||$13.41|
Burgers & Sandwiches
served with choice of kale salad or sweet potato hash / substitute gluten-free pita or bun
|Vegan Double Cheeseburger, V||$19.29|
|Grilled Chicken and Mozzarella Panini||$16.72|
|Grilled Chicken Avocado Wrap||$24.76|
A La Carte Proteins
|Spicy Panang Curry||$14.47|
|Inside Out Quinoa Burger||$15.05|
|Organic Green Tea||$17.50|
|Organic Black Tea||$17.50|
|Flourless Chocolate Cake, VEG GF||$9.66|
|Flourless Chocolate Cake||$7.13|
|Chocolate Chip Cookie V GF||$2.20|
|Cookies and Ice Cream, V GF||$8.80|
|Chia Seed Pudding||$7.13|
|Half Dozen Chocolate Chip Cookies V GF||$12.15|
|Vanilla Ice Cream V GF||$2.75|
|Vegan Vanilla Ice Cream||$5.16|
|Baker's Dozen Chocolate Chip Cookies V GF||$24.30|
|Summer Mango Tart, V GF||$9.90|
|Grilled Chicken Parmesan||$21.64|
|Grilled Korean Steak*, GF||$30.57|
|Thai Coconut Sea Bass*||$29.33|
|Poke Bowl*, GF||$25.30|
|Grilled Sustainable Salmon*||$25.90|
|Grass-Fed Steak Tacos*||$18.02|
|Pan Seared Sea Bass*||$36.32|
|Lasagna Bolognese, GF||$25.80|
|Grilled Fish Tacos*||$19.65|
|Grilled Sustainable Salmon*, GF||$29.94|
|Side Seasonal Vegetables, V||$6.60|
|Side of Beans||$3.03|
|Side Quinoa Brown Rice||$4.03|
|Side Sweet Potato Hash||$5.33|
|Side Pita Chips||$1.00|
|Side Kale Salad||$6.03|
|Side Cucumber Salad||$5.39|
|Kids Mozzarella and Organic Tomato Pizza, VEG||$9.92|
|Kids Almond Butter, Banana & Apple Sandwich||$6.00|
|Kids Chicken Teriyaki Bowl, GF||$9.50|
|Kids Chicken Teriyaki Bowl||$8.00|
|Kids Grass-Fed Burger*||$9.71|
|Kids Mozzarella & Organic Tomato Pizza||$8.39|
About True Food Kitchen
There are too few restaurants that truly cater to the culinary needs and wants of people on a healthy diet, whether it’s a Mediterranean diet or a Paleo diet. Many people then prefer to prepare their meals at home instead of risking unhealthy amounts of carbs, proteins and fats in restaurant-prepared dishes. This is such a shame as the dining out experience is one of the pleasures in life.
Fortunately, there’s True Food Kitchen! The chain of full-service restaurants (i.e., with waiter service) offers a wide range of truly healthy dishes from appetizers to entrées. These dishes address the unique needs of vegans, vegetarians, and gluten-allergic people, as well as people on specific diets like the Paleo and Mediterranean.
True Food Kitchen was established in 2008. The concept restaurant is owned and managed by Fox Restaurant concepts, which also owns more than a dozen other concepts with over 50 locations. The True Food Kitchen, for its part, is based on the idea that healthy eating is always trendy.
What They’re Famous For
Every True Food Kitchen restaurant offers its diners with a healthy dining experience from its dishes and desserts, as well as with a fun atmosphere and fabulous interiors. The menu features a wide selection of naturally organic dishes suitable for people on a vegan, vegetarian, and gluten-free diets, although many non-vegans and non-vegetarians also like the food. The bestselling items include signature dishes like the Inside-out Quinoa Burger, Lasagna Bolognese, and Flourless Chocolate Cake – truly, proof that healthy food doesn’t have to be boring and bland.
Why Eat Here
The True Food Kitchen’s interiors and exteriors aren’t fancy but the décor is definitely chic and contemporary in a put-together way. The casual vibe has a trendy touch to it, too, as befitting a restaurant that provides efficient waiter service for its diners. The mix of couples and groups including young professionals add to the casual yet chic atmosphere while the average noise level still makes for good conversations.
The restaurant also offers free Wi-Fi access, a convenient service in the social media age, and the television sets are usually showing entertaining shows. The kids will then be entertained while surfing the Internet or watching the shows, while the adults can even get in some work done.
But it’s the food and drinks that you came here for, after all, with the ambiance, services and facilities as secondary to your visit. You will not be disappointed with the quality of the food here at True Food Kitchen although there may be issues about the smallish serving sizes. Think of it as getting more quality at the expense of quantity so you get more value for your money, in comparison with fast-food chains with their low quality, large quantity approach.
The menu includes a wide selection of starters and entrées although the desserts are limited with the Flourless Chocolate Cake as the bestseller. Your meal can start with the Edamame Dumplings in Ponzu Sauce, an absolutely delicious dish with a smooth and savory sauce, and the Torched Avocado with its thinly-sliced cucumbers and avocados.
Your meal’s highlight can be the signature Lasagna Bolognese, a yummy dish that rightfully deserves its favorite status due to its creamy taste. You and your group can share the Kale Salad and the Wild Mushroom Pizza, which are both full of flavor. You can even add the Albacore Tataki and Pan-roasted Chicken, if the dishes are still too small to satisfy your large appetite.
There are other healthy yet yummy items on the menu, too. We highly recommend the Ancient Grains Bowl. Kale Guacamole, and Quinoa Burger, which can be substituted with a turkey patty in case you aren’t a vegetarian. We also suggest the watermelon mojito, citrus skinny margarita, and ginger margarita on the rocks, which have a refreshing quality to them.
One of the best things about dining at the True Food Kitchen is that you feel energized after your meal, in contrast with eating at restaurants with less-than-healthy dishes. This isn’t surprising as the dishes and desserts offered here are filled with nutritious fruits, vegetables and whole grains, and nuts and seeds, which provide the body with much-needed energy. These dishes aren’t just about empty calories but nutrients that are good for you so much so that even the chocolate cake is filled with antioxidants!
Before coming to a True Food Kitchen, you are well-advised to make reservations because it can become crowded. This is a fantastic place to bring your family and friends for brunch, lunch and dinner. There’s an outdoor seating for al fresco dining as well as free Wi-Fi access – you will want to upload photos of your meals to social media – and television shows.
To learn more about True Food Kitchen or to find a location near you, visit their website at www.truefoodkitchen.com.
True Food Kitchen FAQ
How much is True Food Kitchen's Ancient Grains?
Ancient Grains – $14.44
How much is a Teriyaki Quinoa at True Food Kitchen?
Teriyaki Quinoa – $14.44
How much are Roasted Brussels Sprouts at True Food Kitchen?
Roasted Brussels Sprouts – $9.27
How much does a True Food Kitchen's Margherita Cost?
Margherita – $13.50