That's a Wrap! Gets Unwrapped For New Dinner Offerings
Soy-ginger flank steak with quinoa-garbanzo salad and house slaw.
Last Saturday, CenPho's That's a Wrap!, the lunch spot specializing in good-for-you wraps, salads, and rice bowls, announced it would be soft launching a new dinner menu sans the tortilla coverings.
Aptly titled "Unwrapped," the new dinner menu starts after 5 p.m. and will focus on six healthy-themed plates between $8.25 and $11.25 (the new dishes will be introduced one or two at a time, so all may not be available.)
Read on for the full unwrapped dinner menu and my first impressions.
Marinated portobello mushroom.
My soy-ginger flank steak was perfectly prepared and had a wonderfully unexpected mildly spicy flavor along with a touch of sweetness. Sides of quinoa-garbanzo salad and house slaw were satisfying, as well. The marinated grilled portobello mushroom, sometimes a risky order if unfamiliar with the skills of the kitchen, was well-prepared and "meaty" enough to satisfy any vegetarian -- especially with its hint of garlic and soy sauce. Covered in chimmichuri rice atop a house salad, it proved a successful plate.
If all of the new dinner offerings at That's a Wrap! turn out to be as tasty as the two I sampled, patrons of this CenPho eatery are in for a nice, affordable, p.m. outing of the unwrapped kind.
What do you say, That's a Wrap! biters? Have you had the new unwrapped dinners yet? What did you think?
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