The Uprooted Kitchen

The Uprooted Kitchen is a plant-based eatery that focuses on nourishing our community with organic, whole foods that come from the earth. The food is fresh, flavorful and colorful. Owner Erin Romanoff says the mission of the restaurant is clear, “a lot of it kind of started when we had children. I was trying to be really thoughtful about what I was feeding them and what I was putting into their bodies, and we started to think about ingredients a little bit more.” The Uprooted Kitchen is in the Agritopia neighborhood in Gilbert. It serves breakfast, lunch every day and dinner once a week.

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Restaurant address: 3000 E Ray Road, Gilbert, AZ

Phone number: 480-331-2104

Website: theuprootedkitchen.com

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