Deciding what to get for takeout can be frustrating when everyone wants something different. A new concept out of King of Prussia offers the perfect solution. With Pure Roots Provisions, Savona Restaurant managing partners Yohann Zinier and chef Andrew Masciangelo have managed to assemble seven different restaurants under one roof. Every dish is made fresh to order and delivered by their team. “We believe the greatest meals of the world are made in a language we can all understand,” says Masciangelo. “That’s why we’ve made it our specialty to provide classic dishes from a whole world of cuisines.”
Pure Roots chefs operate out of one kitchen, working with local vendors like Tlush Family Farms in Plymouth Meeting, R.L. Irwin Mushroom Company in Kennett Square and Rothrock Hives in Huntingdon. They source their meat and seafood from leading distributors in the area, including Samuels & Sons and Metropolitan Meat. There are options to accommodate dietary restrictions and allergies, and chefs will customize any dish (if possible).
Pure Roots restaurants include:
Hook’d: A twist on traditional Japanese and Hawaiian cuisine. Serving fresh sushi, savory sides and poke bowls.
Upstate: Fully customizable American classics, from burgers to wings.
Grazia: Traditional Italian cuisine, including a handmade pasta and more.
Wonderleaf: Healthy salads, including Kale and Classic Caesar, or create your own.
Sparq: Brisket, ribs and endless sauces.
Breadbox: Classic sandwiches, home-cooked plates and crispy flatbreads.
Sunup: Breakfast fare.
Delivery areas include Conshohocken, King of Prussia, Bryn Mawr, Villanova and Wayne. That radius will expand once road construction wraps up this spring. The one-time delivery fee is $3.99 (plus tip).
Catering is also available.
411 Swedeland Road, King of Prussia, eatpureroots.com.