A Korean-inspired restaurant has just opened in Atria Watford, bringing 20 new jobs to the town.
Grounded Kitchen, which is inspired by the flavors of Seoul, says it has a mantra of “feeling good” because it offers healthy, balanced meals.
The restaurant started welcoming customers today (August 11) and offers customizable nourishing bowls that can be created according to customers’ taste buds and dietary needs.
They consist of fresh vegetables, such as spinach, carrots, beets, bell peppers, avocado, edamame, sweet potatoes, spring onions, Korean kimchi and fresh chili peppers, on a bed of brown rice or white infused with a range of authentic marinades.
Various vegetarian, meat and fish options can also be added to the bowl.
The approximately 4,000 square foot restaurant will accommodate 66 guests.
Franchisee manager Ralph Llanwarne said Grounded Kitchen “prides itself” on the sanitary balance offered.
For the first month, the restaurant is offering 20% off first online orders at groundedkitchen.com with code RLS20.
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