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Spring Street Natural review

The outside of the restaurant

The outside of the restaurant

The outside of the restaurant

The outside of the restaurant

Shannon Ryan, Emily Jackson, and Megan Mali

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Spring Street Natural is an all organic and paleo restaurant , located on 98 Kenmare St, in the heart of the up and coming Soho District. We took a quick 10 minute subway ride from Grand Central to Spring st., leaving us a block away from the restaurant. Upon approaching, the bright blue color of the outside of the restaurant left us skeptical. However, we were pleasantly surprised. The indoor decoration was simple, but nice and homey. They had a big flat screen TV at the front of the restaurant, which had a channel of college football games turned on.

We started off with fresh guacamole and chips, which tasted flavorful, with hints of lemon and salt. For entrees, we ordered the Dry-Aged burger, which included white organic American cheese, bacon-onion jam, Gruyere and hand cut fries for 18 dollars. We also ordered the Spring Street Natural Taco Salad, which included black beans, brown rice, guacamole, queso fresco, sour cream, pico de gallo, roasted corn-tomato salsa, and crispy corn tortilla chips for 16 dollars. The burger was cooked at a perfect medium-rare and the french fries were perfectly crispy. While eating, we could tell the meat was very good quality. Everything in the taco salad blended together nicely, and it tasted like it was straight from the garden.

The Dry-aged Burger

The service was very good, and our waiter was super friendly. The overall meal was not to expensive and definitely worth the subway ride. It was a very enjoyable experience, and we would recommend this restaurant to anyone looking for a healthy and interesting meal.

 

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