Company Cafe: Healthy Food Can Be Good. Who Knew?

Try some local, organic, gluten-free food without a 'tude.

Desserts, a source of immense pride for the staff, are misfires. Though the frosting was excellent, the slice of gluten-free red velvet cake was a dry, spongy wedge. (Gluten adds texture and structure to baked goods.)

The restaurant's dedication to a concept frames its success and drives it to excellence, pushing diners like me to return for the likes of the chi-chi Steak Sophisticate, a sirloin accompanied with a wine shallot sauce, a side of vegetables and cauliflower mash.

Company Cafe's clean chic space, 
the perfect spot for enjoying
the Belmont Burger.
Sara Kerens
Company Cafe's clean chic space, the perfect spot for enjoying the Belmont Burger.

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Company Cafe

2104 Greenville Ave.
Dallas, TX 75206

Category: Restaurant > American

Region: East Dallas & Lakewood

Details

Company Cafť Belmont Burger $ 10 Company Migas $9 Deep Bowl $ 13 Challah French toast $5 Chef Fredís Gluten-Free Chicken and Waffles $14 Gluten-free chicken-fried steak $13 Red velvet cake $5 Chicken pesto risotto $ 15 Seasonal salad $6 Southwestern tuna tartare $13 Coffee $2 Sweet potato fries $3

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Company Café is more than a clubhouse for adherents of the crunchy lifestyle bathed in Tom's of Maine products. It's a community center welcoming the hungry, regardless of dietary philosophy.

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Delicioso!
Delicioso!

Post this article, Steven White made a wise decision and included Wholesome Foods Bakery to his Menu. You can now get his burgers on a Wholesome Foods Bakery Burger Bun, which is much better than the before bagel. In addition, you can also indulge in one of Wholesome Foods Bakery's delicious Brownies.... Highly Rated city wide, amongst the Celiac and Non-Celiac alike.

chlorella
chlorella

Even before that, the ancient Egyptians cultivated barley grass for bread (and beer!), and if we jump ahead a couple of millennia, the Prophet Muhammad recommended barley grass for 7 different diseases. In the 1700s, barley wine was a popular alcoholic drink in the new American colonies.

Really?
Really?

I am stuck on the effervescent fish. It was bubbling, hissing and foaming?

 
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