Photos courtesy of b.good.
As the King of Prussia Town Center continues its expansion, the dining options get better and better. Highly-anticipated restaurants have started opening, including Fogo de Chão. Next to open is healthy fast-casual concept b.good.
The eatery started in 2003 in Boston by two boyhood friends, Jon Olinto and Anthony Ackil. Deb Lutz opened the first Philadelphia-area location in Marlton, N.J. Leaving corporate America after over 20 years, Lutz has continued to expand her new endeavor, opening a b.good in Wynnewood last summer and the upcoming location in King of Prussia.
Known for its fresh ingredients from local farmers and producers, b.good serves house-ground burgers and sandwiches, kale and quinoa bowls, homemade veggie burgers, fresh fruit and veggie smoothies, shakes and hand-cut fries. Many vegetarian and vegan options are available, and 95 percent of the menu is gluten-free.
Highlights include Cousin Oliver, which has a choice of protein or veggie burger, topped with lettuce, tomatoes, onions and homemade pickles, and the Adopted Luke, with mushrooms, caramelized onions, smoked swiss cheese and barbecue sauce atop a choice of protein. Nutrient-packed kale and quinoa bowls brim with organic quinoa, marinated kale, sautéed veggies, avocado, black beans, queso fresco, cilantro, chipotle sauce and more. The menu changes seasonally.
b.good will be open Monday–Saturday from 11 a.m.– 9 p.m. and Sunday from 11 a.m.– 8 p.m.
King of Prussia Town Center, 150 Main St., Suite 160, King of Prussia, (484) 322-2110.