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Restaurant Review: Lyfe Kitchen

Full Disclosure: I paid for this meal with my own money and am not being compensated in any way for this post.  As always all of the opinions are completely my own.

Before leaving town, we decided to stop somewhere quick for lunch.  Lyfe Kitchen was suggested and to be honest I was a little bit concerned that there wouldn’t be anything that I’d like there.  I mean, I like healthy food, but from what I had seen of this place it seemed too “granola” for my picky tastes. Fortunately, while there weren’t a ton of things on the menu that I was super interested in, I did find a couple of things that I thought about trying. (On the way out I saw some delicious looking pancakes with fresh berries that I wish I would’ve seen on the menu!)

I ended up ordering the Margherita Flatbread.


I was kind of skeptical about the whole wheat bread, because I’ve had it in the past at other places and in my experience it has been dry, or so thin that it didn’t even stay together, or just generally grainy.  This crust, however, was delicious.  I wish it had been a little bit crispier throughout (the edges were the best) but other than that I wouldn’t have ever known it was a whole wheat crust.  The pizza as a whole was quite tasty.  The sauce was actually really good and flavorful as well.

Taste: A, fresh and tasty.
Cost: A-, it did seem a bit on the high end, but considering the quality ingredients I was pretty reasonable.

Would I go there again? I’m not sure.  I do like knowing that there is at least something there that I would like if it happens to be one of the only options available.

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