Curry Bowl with Salmon
More Than Just Good Food
The SolFood Kitchen opened in Surrey Center in late August, introducing fresh new cuisine to Augusta’s dining experience. Their community-first mindset is a modern take in the restaurant industry, focusing on sustainably conscious efforts that positively impact their neighborhood. While their mission is simple, their plates are packed full of complex flavors that are vibrant and unique, creating possibly one of the most inclusive menus locally. The menu encourages patrons to order outside of their comfort zone and never look back with vegan, vegetarian, and gluten-free options.
And although the kitchen is closed on Sunday, SolFood is open for wellness events. Be sure to follow them @thesolfoodkitchen for updates.
The BIG Dill with Tuna Pasta Salad
Mediterranean Bowl with BBQ Jackfruit
Greek Salad with Green Goddess Dressing
Over the RAIN-bowl with Tofu
Butternut Squash Soup
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