While I agree that this is a healthy dining establishment, your review is unfair and inaccurate for those who are on restricted diets. Once you begin to take offending foods from your diet, you palate changes (and I question yours at this point.) Let's face it, we all want to see & taste something fabulous on our plates! Many nutritionists and RD's will tell you that overcooking vegetables depletes their nutritional value. When we dine out we allow the restaurant do the cooking by using their talents and recipes. I would like to know how you can be so critical of these ingredients and how they were presented to you? Do YOU have a plethora of food allergies? Do YOU personally have experience with a limited DAILY diet? Is it possible that you are one of the many people following the Standard American Diet (SAD) diet that considers bread, pasta, corn and pizza as staples? As a consumer and someone who must adhere to a limited diet, I thoroughly enjoyed all that was put before when I dined at Nourish. I find your review closed minded and unhelpful for those who NEED Nourish's enlighten cooking style.