Mom and I ordered some of their house specialties to taste, and a few other items from the menu.
Winner, winner, chicken dinner! Their BBQ chicken panini was sweet and tastey.
If you go, you also have to try the feta and farro risotto. Amazing!
Mom ordered the white bean and turkey bacon soup with the spring salad. I'm seriously not a fan of any kind of soup, but this soup was pretty good. I liked the spices. Mom was so surprised I ate so many bites of the soup.
Mom loves salad, so the spring salad was perfect for her.
We also ordered The Grilled Deliciousness. It's made withgrilled peaches, salted pecan crumb, crispy Prosciutto, burrata, and a balsamic reduction. It looked like art when they brought it to us. Another surprising thing is I don't like peaches at all, but I actually ate this dish, and it was pretty da-lish. Mom was shocked, yet again.
The people that work at Greenleaf Gourmet Chopshop are super cool!
Everyone is really happy and friendly. Even the people that eat there seem happy when they're there. Taylor gave us a tour around the restaurant, and their bakery and market.
She told us some history about the owners. They do all kinds of fun things for kids during the summer and holidays in their garden. Greenleaf also does a lot to help out with the community, like donating to local schools.
Of course my favorite part of this visit was the DESSERT! They have a lot of gluten-free choices to choose from. I ordered their chocolate chip cookie sandwich and Mom ordered the coconut cupcake. They also have gourmet pop tarts. We ordered an apple one to bring to my Papa. Ivote...Get Up & Go!
Thank you Greenleaf Gourmet Chopshop for an awesome experience at your restaurant! We'll be back!