Austin is on a roll with the new healthy restaurants that are opening this year! Last weekend I visited the newly opened True Food Kitchen in the heart of downtown’s new Seaholm project — the new and unique ‘urban oasis’ under the historic Austin power plant. Incredible location right next door to Trader Joe’s!
True Food Kitchen offers a generous selection of vegan, vegetarian, naturally organic and gluten-free options that are nutritionally dense, packed with vitamins and antioxidants but surprisingly delicious! True Food Kitchen is inspired by Dr. Andrew Weil’s inflammatory diet, a blueprint for a lifestyle of optimal nutrition. Responsibly sourced proteins like grass-fed beef, sustainability raised fish and local produce from Brother’s Produce is found throughout the menu as well as a nice selection of Austin craft brews and spirits.
The 6,776 square-foot Austin restaurant features a one-of-a-kind, hand painted graffiti art mural by a HOPE – commissioned artist Samson Barboza.
What To Order: Huevos Rancheros, Spicy Thai Curry, Red Chili Noodles, and plenty of cocktails
Table of Contents
Daikon radish, dashi, and white truffle oil. Vegetarian
Wild Caught Albacore Tataki
With avocado, jalapeño preserve, toasted garlic, and yuzu ponzu. Gluten-free
Organic corn tortillas, roasted chile, sunny side up eggs, and cotija cheese. Favorite pick for brunch!
Spicy Thai Curry
Organic potatoes, long beans, bok choy, ginger, lemongrass, basil, and coconut milk. Gluten-free
Spaghetti Squash Casserole
Organic tomato, caramelized onion, zucchini, and fresh mozzarella.
Seared Albacore Tuna
Avocado, grapefruit, cabbage, watermelon radish, thai basil, toasted sesame, and chili garlic dressing. Gluten-free
Red Chili Noodles
Chinese eggplant, gai lan, snow pea, shiitake mushroom, cashew and cilantro. My favorite dish that we tried!
True Food Kitchen
222 West Ave
Austin, TX 78701