True Food Kitchen

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3393 Peachtree Rd NE Ste 3058B, Atlanta, Georgia, USA, 30326

Serves meat, vegan options available. Healthier food concept chain restaurant with several ovo/lacto vegetarian dishes and a few vegan ones, marked. Contemporary atmosphere with an open kitchen. Open Mon-Thu 11:00am-10:00pm, Fri 11:00am-11:30pm, Sat 10:00am-11:00pm, Sun 10:00am-9:00pm.

Categories: Vegan-friendly, Lacto, Ovo, American, Juice bar, Beer/Wine, Non-veg

13 Reviews

First Review by calamaestra

Fresh and nice - Edit

Good concept with anti-inflammatory and mainly organic food. Many dishes had a vegan base upon which you could add your so-called protein source. I had the ancient grains bowl which was really nice! However, I am pretty sure that one piece of tofu was chicken.

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delicious food! - Edit

We ordered
1. Tomato arugula pizza
2. Butternut squash pizza
3. Harissa-charred cauliflower
4. Squash dessert pie
5. Kale-cucumber juice

Everything was delicious. Fresh ingredients. The butternut squash pizza has hints of sage -very aromatic! Loved the whole dining experience. Definitely must visit place for vegans

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loveee True Foods - Edit

My favorite thing is their vegan pizza with house made almond ricotta cheese!

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expensive for what you get - Edit

I love the butternut squash pizza. I dream about it. The prices here are pretty high for what you get. The menu is seasonal and changes 2-3 times a year. This summer, they had a snap pea pizza instead of butternut squash (just about everything else was still the same) and it was so bad. I appreciate the ingredients they use (no processed foods) and using the dirty dozen to help determine what is organic. I go here for special occasions.

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Good, could be better - Edit

I went to lunch with a friend here and was happy with my visit. There were a few things I think could be better. I got the Chia cherry limeade and it was delicious but there was barely any chia. I assumed from the price it would have a health dose of chia seeds. Also, I got the tofu grain bowl as my entree. The flavor was good, but it was topped with half an unripe avocado. I would have enjoyed it more if they would have left the avocado out. Definitely want to give it another chance.

Pros: Quite a few veg options, Great if you're in the area shopping

Cons: Busy/loud inside , Parking is a nightmare

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okay-ish - nothing special - Edit

I was in Chicago and had the Pizza with the Cashew-Ricotta and I was in Atlanta and had the Seitan-Sandwich with sweet potato and as dessert the flan because they were out of the vegan key lime pie. Nothing really impressed me - I cannot say that I enjoyed the food. I could do it better on my own. It is nothing special and doesn't suit the cool atmosphere. I cannot recommend. The Cashew-Ricotta is cool and I am curious to try the key lime pie but if there are other restaurants around I'd rather go and try these. It is cool, when you go with an Omni or flexi, because they also have Omni stuff.

Updated from previous review on 2017-05-31

Pros: atmosphere, organic, friendly staff

Cons: boring, pricey, nothing special

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amazing! - Edit

Great vegan options that are amazingly delicious!

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Meh - Edit

great atomosphere. Matcha Horchata was phenomenal. Hummus and pitas were also great. the butternut squah pizza was just okay and the vegan chorizo burrito straight up tasted like weed. Not worth the hour wait.

Pros: Lots of Vegan options, Clearly marked menu, Good atmosphere

Cons: Long wait, inattentive waiters

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Amaze Balls - Edit

A TON of vegan options here. All clearly marked. Apps include charred cauliflower, beet bruschetta, roasted Brussels sprouts, crudités & black olive dip, shiitake lettuce cups, kale guacamole, edamame dumplings & herb hummus. Veggie juices galore. Butternut squash pizza. Brussels sprout & mushroom pizza. Salads. Veggie bowls w tofu. Tempeh, lettuce & tomato sandwich. Quinoa burger. Spaghetti squash casserole. The list goes on. All gourmet. Go here!

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nice restaurant but not as many vegan entrees as you might think - Edit

Not a ton of vegan dishes although, I'm sure they'll accommodate you by piecing together this and that. The TLT (used to be called Andy's TLT) is what I always get there. It's a basic sandwich made with tempeh bacon. It's good. I've tried one of their bowls but it didn't really toot my horn. Vegetarians have a lot more to choose from right off the menu.

I've only been here for lunch. The reason I don't go here that often is because the parking situation is a disaster.



Updated from previous review on 2016-12-28

Pros: nice atmosphere, great TLT sandwich, Service has always been good

Cons: Parking is an absolute nightmare, not as many vegan entrees as you might expect

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yum! - Edit

They were super accommodating to a vegan diet! I had the quinoa salad without feta, the avocado kale dip without cheese, and sweet potato grits. I also had the antioxidant tea juice and it was splendid. If you are in the buckhead area and are looking for a good fresh vegan meal definitely go here!

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Delightful - Edit

I was excited when I found out there was True Food in Georgia. I love the Inside out Quinoa burger with the sweet potato hash. It tasted the same as it does in Arizona where I first tried it. The portions were a bit smaller. I'll be back as that is one of my most favorite things in the world. I also treated myself to a cocktail of sorts it was an organic wine concoction with fruit, I guess it was Sangria. I didn't dig it and won't be having that again. The folks that worked there didn't seem to be too customer friendly and I saw many an annoyed patron struggling for resolution from a manager that they were unable to locate. It didn't seem as welcoming as I would have liked and the service was slow and they didn't follow through. Also I had to valet to park as there as no parking to be found.

Pros: Yummy food, healthy food

Cons: parking , Poor Service

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Tasty but pricey - Edit

My friend and I enjoyed the food here. Unfortunately, there are only a few vegan items on the menu but they are clearly marked. I enjoyed a tempeh and avocado sandwich. The portions were good sized but a little on the expensive side. I guess that's to be expected with organic though. The staff was friendly and our waiter was a vegan. This restaurant is attached to Lenox Mall but enter from the outside of the mall.

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