Although I'm not a native American, I am very frequently here. Being a vegetarian makes the options slim for me in this country. So after a little of search for a place where I can satisfy the need for vegan food, I found this place, Water Courses Foods in Denver, Colorado.
I was simply stunned by the variety of choices they offered in their food. The staff was friendly and the ambiance was really well done. I took a look at the menu and the "pleasant sandwich" from the specialties section of their menu appealed to me.
I must say that was a perfect decision. After waiting for about 5 minutes, I was presented with a wholesome sandwich. As I bit through it, the taste of scrambled tofu and caramelized onions overwhelmed my taste buds.
The grilled bread was perfectly crisp and the cilantro made it smell really tasteful. The fresh fruits served with it, as compliment was a really nice gesture.
The prices were reasonable for the excellent food they provide and I'm sure to pay it another visit whenever I get a chance.
What is Pearl Street, Boulder in Colorado famous for?
The Sunflower Organic Restaurant! During my time in Colorado as a tourist, I spent my days and nights in this restaurant munching organic sandwiches and drinking juices made from natural extracts that made for some wonderful eating and drinking.
Starting from breakfast until dinner, the restaurant offers great recipes and each recipe or food item will keep you craving for more and more.
Special Salad of the Day is the best thing about the restaurant and everyday you will find something special waiting for you at the dinner and lunchtime.
Mixed vegetables served with onion rings and steamed Baby Bok Choy will make your dining experience an unforgettable affair.
As I am not a native American so I could not understand the strange names of the dishes listed in the menu, however there is something for every ethnic taste because they cook something from every country.
The delicious organic food served by them made my days and nights a culinary delight!
If you ever happen to visit Boulder please do not miss The Sunflower Organic Dining Restaurant. It will definitely change the way you think about organic food!
While traveling through Colorado, I discovered the Lamborn Ladle, a small organic restaurant and market in the Old River Road Trading Post in Paonia, Colorado.
This restaurant features a buffet, but with vegetarian meals as well as an organic salad bar. Many of the vegetables and fruits found in their dishes are locally grown. The buffet has a different style each day, varying from Mexican to Middle Eastern.
Buffet items range from salads, burritos and yeast-free bread. I found the sunflower and the cinnamon, walnut raisin breads to be delicious. I also purchased some bread on my way out to take home with me, it was gone within two days.
Whenever I eat at the Lamborn Ladle I stop by the Trading Post next door where I can buy organic produce that is the freshest you can find. If you are ever in Colorado, take time to stop by this great organic restaurant, the Lamborn Ladle.
For my birthday, I wanted to go out to eat at a nice organic restaurant where I could get a delicious meal and some good wine to go with it.
I am a committed locavore so I also wanted to find a place that cooked with food from local farms and growers in my area. I found it all at Potager organic restaurant in Denver, Colorado.
This organic restaurant had a local and organic menu that changed seasonally to reflect what is available in this area at each time of the year. When I went, the menu had just changed a couple of days previously.
I went with my brother and a friend who were both new to this style of eating. We all had an amazing time.
The menu told us exactly where the food was coming from, and I was thrilled that all of the location and farm names were so recognizable to me and I knew exactly where everything was grown and that the quality of the food was sure to be excellent, natural, and organic.
The meals were reasonable priced for this type of fare, and the portion sizes were generous. The restaurant also had a wine menu that incorporated amazing organically grown and responsible manufactured drinks, including some from local suppliers in Denver.
At the end of the meal we chose a dessert featuring some locally and organically grown peaches to share, and it was amazing. The dining experience, for me, really doesn't get any better than this.
Knowing that all of my food was grown within a 100 mile radius, and being familiar enough with the growers to know that it was all responsible and organically farmed, is amazing and gratifying.
It makes a meal that much better! Potager organic restaurant rocks!