Our food and juices are made fresh daily with all-natural and organic ingredients.
All hot and cold Buffet items are weighed for pricing.
Vegetables & Grains $11.99lbs
Spinach, Broccoli rabe, Saute Kale, Squash, Eggplant, Stew Red Bean, Chickpea, Ginger Pumpkin, String Beans, Wild Rice, Ginger Plantain, Vegan Mac, Quinoa, and other seasonal items.
A neighborhood favorite, try one today!
with Door Dash
BBQ Jack Fruit, Jerk / Fried Oyster Mushrooms, Curry Chicken, Stew Chicken. Braised Beef
Road House Salad
Oriental sweet potato salad, Quinoa Salad, WheatBerry Salad, Couscous Salad, Garden Salad, Kale Salad, and seasonal blends.
Pan-seared Wild Salmon (Pescatarian diet) weight plus $8.99 each.
Wild salmon Waffle Burger
A 6oz Alaskan wild salmon steak pounded and stuffed with organic kale, spices, and herbs.
Quinoa Black Bean Burger ( vegan)
All-Natural & Organic Fruits And Vegetables
Spinach, Flax Seed, Maca, Banana, Cinnamon, Nut
Mango, Strawberry, Banana
Banana, Nuts, Spice.
Banana and Sea Moss.
Peanut. Banana and Spice.
$10.00 reg / $12.00 Lg
Turmeric lemon, Apple, Ginger
Carrot, Lemon, Apple, Ginger
Beet, Celery, Carrot, cucumber.
Kale, Lemon, Apple, Cucumber.
$10.00 reg / $12.00 Lg
Cakes $8.75 slice
Red velvet cake
Chocolate Layer Cake
Specialty cakes are available.
Apple Crumb pie
pecan Pie per slice
Cranberry Walnut Pie per slice
Apple Pecan Muffin
Ginger & Cayan pepper
Stress $6.99 each
The New York Times
ROAD HOUSE NATURAL FOODS, a cross-cultural, organic shop and cafe a 20-minute walk south from Maria Rose, at 129-32 Merrick Boulevard (718-527-7684), open daily from 11 a.m.
A few counter stools allow immediate consumption of spectacular spelt flour roti folded over a spicy blend of wild salmon, chickpeas, carrots, kale and pumpkin. At $14, it is enough for two. Additional vegetarian variations are available, the often changing menu written on blackboards.
Desserts are nearly as salubrious as the fruit and vegetable smoothies. Moist red velvet cake is stained with beet juice, and intense chocolate layer cake benefits from raw cacao, making this a place where a sweet tooth and a health nut can find common ground.
A version of this article appears in print on August 23, 2015, on page MB2 of the New York edition with the headline: Inanimate, Perhaps, but Soulful .
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