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True Food at Biltmore Fashion Park


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True Food at Biltmore Fashion Park

PopcornSally | Nov 13, 2008 01:00 PM

Had a chance to eat at this place a couple of days ago. Apparently, the menu is based on Dr. Weil's recipes and recommendations.

I had a "chopped" salad. The ingredients were fresh and simply prepared. I could tell when I ate it there was not a lot of salt, butter, oil, etc. More like what I would make at home. Hubby had the Ahi tuna sliders. These were absolutely fabulous. Delicious, possibly perfect, rare-cooked Ahi tuna with pungent wasabi sauce (mayo or something like it) on a small soft bun. The order came with two of these. I can't stop thinking about how good they were!

The wine list offered some interesting selections by the glass and many were priced very reasonably. I believe I had Tangent Pinot Gris for $6. The entire bill was $48 including tip for an entree salad, the sliders with a side of roasted sweet potatoes and two glasses of wine.

The patio decor was lovely, service prompt and with the mild weather, it was surprisingly relaxing for a mall setting. The only thing that I did not enjoy was that the tables are spaced very closely. We had to listen to a couple of grouchy people complain about God-knows-what the entire time.

I will be visiting again soon, and won't mind the 20 minute wait for a table :).

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