Restaurant of the Week: Nurish Fresh Eats

With a mission to provide healthy, fresh and delicious meals, Nurish Fresh Eats is taking the Valley by storm with a food truck concept that offers nutritious bites that taste as good as they make your body and mind feel.

With five handcrafted bowls to choose from, Nourish offers nutritional and flavor-packed bites with globally-inspired tastes, including the Mediterranean bowl (our personal favorite) with hand-chopped cauliflower rice from a whole head of fresh cauliflower, diced chicken, cucumber, roasted tomato, red onion, Kalamata olives, feta cheese, Mediterranean sauce and tzatziki; the spicy stir fry bowl with hand-cut zoodles, diced chicken, roasted broccoli, baked carrots, green onion, cashews, savory stir fry sauce and a sriracha drizzle; the Southwest bowl with a mixed rice blend of cauliflower and brown rice, diced chicken, corn, green salsa, pico de gallo, blended cheeses, black beans and a house-made creamy cilantro-lime dressing; the pesto-parm bowl with fresh zoodles, diced chicken, roasted broccoli, roasted tomatoes, parmesan cheese, garlic Italian dressing and house-made pesto sauce; and, lastly, the Bánh mi bowl, featuring a blend of riced cauliflower and brown rice, diced chicken, cucumber, pickled carrot and onion, jalapeño, green onion, Bánh mi sauce, spicy lime mayo and sesame seeds. Each dish on its menu is used with whole, organic ingredients that have been locally sourced here in Arizona. 

Nurish Bowls

To wash all the goodness down, the spot offers refreshing iced teas, with unique flavors to choose from including black cherry, desert peach and the original iced tea with bursts of black tea, apricot, mango, rosehips, orange peel, cinnamon and gooseberry.

In addition to keeping its visitors healthy and happy, Nurish does its part to try and keep the earth in its best shape as well by only using recyclable and compostable materials in addition to utilizing locally sourced materials.

The Sriracha Bowl

You can find Nurish traveling around various spots in the Valley; keep up with where the truck might be on its website. When the truck isn’t in motion, it’s at its home spot in Tempe Monday through Friday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. But if you’re not feeling up for a drive to the city, Nurish offers delivery from third-party apps like Ubereats, GrubHub and DoorDash.

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