The restaurant was built from ground up on a 7,000-square-foot prime plot beside the mall. This allowed True Food to design its eatery with lots of natural light and a hospitality focus.
True Food offers a range of healthy foods, including kale salad, torched avocado, and a grass-fed burger and is open from lunch through dinner. But the real treat is the open kitchen. This gives guests a full view of the whole meal preparation process.
This latest addition brings True Food Kitchen to twenty locations which are all based on a concept envisioned nearly a decade ago by restaurateur Sam Fox and holistic physician Andrew Weil.
“We look at a lot of locations where there are residents with active lifestyles, who are healthy eaters and appreciate the environment we are trying to provide,” said True Food’s CEO, Christine Barone. Adding that King of Prussia seemed like a perfect place for the concept’s first expansion in Pennsylvania.
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