Nature’s Table is dedicated to using fresh and healthy ingredients to create food that not only tastes great, but can also be good for you. From fresh fruit used in their salads and smoothies to spinach and kale in their protein bowls, you can always feel good about choosing Nature’s Table for lunch.
All protein bowls at Nature’s Table include red quinoa, baby kale and spinach – ingredients that are rich in iron, protein and fiber. These foods will help you focus and give you the energy to power through your day. Below are two of Nature’s Table’s most popular bowls.
The Sesame Thai Bowl is a blend of different grains and vegetables topped with all-natural chicken breast, scallions, sliced almonds, and Sesame Thai aioli sauce. The sauce adds a slight spiciness to the bowl.
The Carnitas Bowl was my favorite with its tender marinated carnitas, especially if there’s extra lime to add a fresh citrus touch to the bowl.
Nature’s Table plans on bringing Mexican and Mediterranean twists to their dishes throughout this year. This Greek Protein Bowl includes Tzatziki and olive tapenade created by Michael Navarro.
Each Nature’s Table may include items on the menu that isn’t found at other locations. At the RDV location, you can find a number of desserts and other to go items for your fast pace schedule after a nice workout. This Coconut Creme Pie was light and tasted like a healthy version. It won’t leave you guilty about having a delicious dessert.
If you’re not convinced about the pie, how about supercharging your day with an Açaí Bowl full of superfoods? It was the first açaí bowl I have eaten and I feel as if I now have a new addiction to them. These bowls are made to order and is only $6.99. These may only currently be found at the RDV location along with the coconut creme pie.
Watch your meals be made through a glass window whether it’s a salad, smoothie, bowl, etc.
Nature’s Table is also going green. They fully recognizes the importance of sustainability and has recently joined forces with World Centric to offer compostable bowls in their restaurants. The goal is to eliminate the use of petroleum-based foam containers, and instead use compostable bowls made from sugarcane and wheat straw fiber, complemented by plant-based plastic lids.
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