It has been a while since we wanted to try Honeygrow, a casual dining place that serves locally sourced high quality ingredients. So we made it and I admit that I was pleasantly surprised by the experience. First, I like the minimalist decor, very naturalistic and zen, with the light colored wood and the black and white photos.
Then there is the food. I did not expect the screen where you can choose either to pick one of their composed dishes or customize one, going from salad to stir-fry.
Once your order is placed, they prepare it in the open kitchen and I think we got it in probably 6 or 7 minutes. Very efficient!
Jodi went for a salad that she made with arugula, romaine, tomatoes, mushrooms, brussels sprouts, pear, egg, parmesan crisps and mustard soy sauce on the side (not enough though).
On my side, I chose to make my own stir-fry with egg white noodles, free-range chicken, egg, carrots, bell peppers, mushrooms, sesame seeds, roasted cashews and a sweet soy five spices.
I only tried the parmesan crisps from Jodi's salad, focussing on my dish that was fantastic. It was very tasty and I have to say that they put a lot of ingredients in the bowl. We paid less than $23 for both of us for just food, so it was definitely a great deal.
Honeygrow has its place in the fast casual dining, proving that it can be delicious and tasty. I definitely liked it and will come back.
Enjoy (I did)!
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