Native Foods adds Katsu Curry to menu as February limited-time offer

LTO launches as fast casual opens third store in Colorado

Vegan chain Native Foods launched Katsu Curry, a new limited-time offer. Its new dish comes with a choice of plant-based chicken or crispy cauliflower, with lemongrass broccoli. Native Foods Katsu Curry comes with rice and is dressed with gomasio.

During February 11 to 25, 2022, the Native Foods Katsu Curry will remain on the menu at all locations. Guests can expect to pay $12.75 for the dish.

Chicago; Denver, Boulder, and Lone Tree in Colorado and Los Angeles, Orange County; Palm Springs; and San Diego in California are markets where Native Foods has opened.

Native Foods debuted in 1994, with a mission to introduce tasty meals, prepared with natural, plant-based ingredients. The brand also incorporates environmental sustainability and animal welfare as important elements of its mission.

Recently, the Chicago-based fast casual opened a new store in Lone Tree, Colorado. Its third restaurant in the state debuted this week sporting a new design that is better aligned with its mission.

“We are so excited to finally be back in growth mode, and cannot think of a better location than Lone Tree,” said Carin Stutz, chief executive of Native Foods. “We felt the area is home to many guests we already welcome at our other locations, and a nice residential and commercial base to support both our lunch and dinner services. We can’t wait for community members to experience the ‘original’ plant-based fast-casual restaurant—after all, we were plant-based before it was cool!”

Native Foods opened in Lone Tree, Colorado with a new design by Tokyo Branding and Design. Photo by Native Foods.
Native Foods opened in Lone Tree, Colorado with a new design by Toky Branding and Design. Photo by Native Foods.

Also, Native Foods previewed its March LTO—Banh Mi Sandwich.

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