True Food Kitchen

  • Veg-options Veg-options
    ( 3 reviews )

5375 Tamiami Trail Ste 15 (at Waterside Shops), Naples, Florida, USA, 34108

Serves meat, vegan options available. Casual-nice chain offering a healthier concept with several marked vegan dishes, including savory bowl with tofu option, a pizza, vegetables, starters, vegan chorizo breakfast burrito, and a TLT sandwich with tempeh. Open Mon-Thu 11:00am-9:00pm, Fri 11:00am-10:00pm, Sat 10:00am-10:00pm, Sun 10:00am-9:00pm.

Categories: Vegan-friendly, Lacto, American, Pizza, International, Mediterranean, Juice bar, Take-out, Fusion, Non-veg

3 Reviews

First Review by BevinCox

Tasty unique food - Edit

They seem to have unique food you don't see elsewhere. I loved their Roasted Artichoke Pizza and their Coconut & Chia Seed Flan for dessert. (Both are vegan). The flan was decadent and delicious. And the roasted artichoke pizza tasted fantastic. I loved the sugar snap peas and vegan almond ricotta on it. So I'd recommend going there.

Pros: Unique food., Vegan options., Seasonal menu that changes.

Cons: It can get busy sometimes.

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Good concept, but meh food. - Edit

Health-conscious? Vegan-friendly? Yes please! Naples could really use more places like this. But my dinner here last night was a disappointment. Out of the three vegan dishes we had, only the shiitake lettuce cups were somewhat good. The charred cauliflower, albeit dressed in a tasty sauce, had no charred flavor whatsoever and had a mushy texture that was kind of unpleasant. Tasted like cauliflower that's been frozen.

The ancient bowl was another letdown. Way overpriced to begin with at $17 with add-on tofu even though it was surprisingly nicely cooked — I'll give them that. But the whole dish was poorly executed, too wet and heavy with these strong flavors all over the place. You have your grains in the middle, overcooked to a goo. Then your sweet potato chunks to the right, doused in a sharp miso dressing. I don't know why they felt necessary to top them off with another tangy green sauce, but there it was. I didn't have any avocado as there was supposed to be according to the menu, but I did find two pieces of chicken among the tofu cubes.

If you're already at Waterside and have omnivores that you must accommodate, I guess this place may be the best choice as far as vegan options are concerned over there. Their menu is clearly marked for different dietary restrictions, which always makes things easier. The interior is spacious with a clean, modern décor. But for better, cheaper, and all vegan food in a contamination-free environment, the Loving Hut is just right on the other side of US-41.

Pros: spacious interior, clearly marked vegan options

Cons: mediocre food, sloppy preparations, cross-contamination

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Amazing - Edit

Had lunch here and it was almost a spiritual experience. Started with the charred cauliflower. I had the terriyaki quinoa bowl and added tofu. Husband had the TLT (smoked Tempeh, bib lettuce, tomato and avocado) with kale salad as the side. Several more vegan options on the menu and they will adapt almost everything. Can't wait to go back!!

Pros: The food, The atmosphere , Service

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