True Food Kitchen has locations popping up all over the country, and their fresh food philosophy is the reason for their continued success. The newest spot is in Arlington’s Ballston Quarter, and it boasts the same vegetable-centric dishes, sustainably farmed meat and fish, and whole grain staples that make the other locations so popular.
True Food Kitchen has food you can feel good about eating, but it’s not the same old salads and sandwiches as other fast-casual cafés. Unusual and thoughtful menu items like kale guacamole, cauliflower polenta, and poke bowls are all available, as are more indulgent entrees like Lasagna Bolognese and the Umami Burger. As unique and lovely as the food is, you’ll equally fall in love with the atmosphere. The open-air dining area feels like you’re eating outdoors, and they also have a seasonal patio to take advantage of the warmer weather.
True Food Kitchen opens at 11 a.m. on weekdays, and 10 a.m. on weekends.