True Food Kitchen, the famed restaurant brand from Fox Restaurant Concepts founder Sam Fox and integrative medicine expert and author Dr. Andrew Weil, is set to open in King of Prussia on July 19. The 7,000-square-foot, health-driven restaurant will make its Pennsylvania debut with its signature summer menu featuring seasonally driven dishes and cocktails.
Inspired by the principles of Dr. Weil’s anti-inflammatory diet, True Food Kitchen merges nutrient-rich ingredients with a flavor-forward menu that rotates regularly to let guests experience great-tasting ingredients at the peak of their freshness and flavor.
Signature dishes on the new summer menu will include the heirloom tomato pizza with grilled artichoke, roasted garlic, vegan almond ricotta and black truffles and pan-roasted chicken with corn, green garbanzo, Fresno chili, feta, cilantro and a pumpkin seed pesto. Additional menu items include flavorful bowls, sandwiches and antioxidant-packed desserts. Fresh-pressed fruit and vegetable juices, seasonal cocktails, wine and a selection of local beers can be found behind the scratch bar.
True Food Kitchen King of Prussia will feature a large open dining room and kitchen, designed to bring guests closer to the brand’s culinary craft. Natural woods and vibrant, locally inspired artwork add a contemporary touch to the earthy color scheme. Greenery, including indoor and outdoor garden basins filled with fresh herbs and spices, add to the ambience. Eco-friendly materials are utilized throughout the restaurant, such as the hardwood floors, which are made of reclaimed wood and dining chairs made of recycled soda bottles.
The King of Prussia location will also feature a private dining room available for small- to mid-sized private group gatherings. Open daily for lunch and dinner, as well as weekend brunch, the full-service restaurant caters to nearly every food preference with a variety of gluten-free, organic, vegetarian and vegan offerings.
239 Mall Blvd., King of Prussia, (484) 751-1954, www.truefoodkitchen.com.