our menu is seasonal and reflects the beautiful, fresh, vibrant bounty of small california farms.
What makes our offerings so good?
Superfoods are not a new “fad,” but actually ancient food wisdom passed through indigenous communities for centuries. We draw on this knowledge with reverence and respect, honoring the labor through fair trade and we lovingly incorporate these nutritious foods into our menu.
Acai: a berry that the indigenous peoples of the Amazon have relied on for sustenance with high levels of healthy fats, fiber, antioxidants and omega 3s.
Dragonfruit: also known as pitaya, first grown in Central America, now used by peoples all over the world, is rich in magnesium, iron, fiber and antioxidants.
Turmeric: with original roots in Southeast Asia, turmeric has been used medicinally by the Indian and Egyptian peoples for over 5000 years. We source our Turmeric from Diaspora Co.
Medjool Dates: a sacred fruit for the indigenous people of North Africa and southwest Asia, are an important food source for nomadic peoples across the Sahara. They are rich in b vitamins and potassium.
Matcha: Japanese growers have produced matcha for more than 1000 years. It is rich in antioxidants and boosts metabolism. We source our Matcha from Mizuba Co.
Orange Blossom Water and Rose Water: used widely in the Arab world, North Africa, and Iran, are distillations of the orange blossom and rose flowers. Both have powerful antioxidants, and orange blossom water aids digestion. Our waters come from Lebanon.
Cacao: Known as cacahuatl in Nahuatl and kakaw in Maya, it is a fruit of the cacao tree, revered by indigenous peoples throughout Central and South America. This culinary treasure is high in antioxidants, minerals, and fiber.