Situated in a bright 3,572-square-foot space and 1,223-square-foot patio, surrounded by windows on every side with sunshine beaming in, the restaurant has the energy of a buzzing farmer’s market. Artwork is hand-painted and whimsical, and the open kitchen lets you watch the Chefs prepping fresh vegetables all day long. Here, where happy is the culture, guests can expect fresh flowers on every table, yoga mat parking, a to-go waiting area equipped with a grab and go fridge filled with healthy beverages, and a menu offering a wide selection of clean, nutrient-dense items for lunch and dinner.
Flower Child believes healthy food makes happy people. Each dish is created with simple, quality, ingredients that are responsibly grown and humanely raised. The organic produce used is guided by the Dirty Dozen list while proteins are naturally raised without additives. That means 100% grass-fed beef, all-natural chicken, sustainably raised salmon, and organic, nonGMO tofu. The menu offers many options for vegans, vegetarians or those with a gluten free diet. In fact, every dessert offered at Flower Child is gluten free. Plus, everything is made from scratch, so guests know exactly what is in their food and where it came from.
The menu includes a variety of starters, such as Simple and Avocado Hummus and an array of salads like The Granola with organic greens, fuji apple, pomegranate, clementine, sprouted almond, fennel, gorgonzola and chia seed vinaigrette. The heart and soul of the menu includes “build-your-own” Protein Plates with 100% grass-fed beef, all-natural chicken, sustainably raised salmon, and organic, or nonGMO tofu and from the vegetable and grain sides such as the Red Chili Glazed Sweet Potatoes and Simple Steamed Broccoli. For more healthy options, there’s whole grain wraps, like the Flying Avocado with grilled chicken, smoked gouda, romaine, tomato and avocado hummus, that are made from scratch daily and Bowls such as the Mother Earth, a medley of ancient grains, sweet potato, portabella mushroom, avocado, cucumber, broccoli pesto, leafy greens, red pepper miso vinaigrette, and hemp seed, where guests may add their own protein.
Flower Child is located at 10460 N. 90th Street in Scottsdale and open Monday – Sunday from 11:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m. For more information, visit www.iamaflowerchild.com or call 480-240-4400. Stay in the loop on Instagram at @EatFlowerChild #IAmAFlowerChild.