Twisted Noodle Cafe
When the Twisted Noodle hit St George, healthy eaters rejoiced! This game changing restaurant is owned and operated by Chef Cameron Payne- As the brains behind the restaurant and the man behind the grill. Did we mention he’s been featured in the NY Times and his original recipes are posted on Oprah’s website? Yup. He is that good.
I have a standing lunch appointment or two…ok three per week at the Twisted Noodle. What can I say? It’s healthy and delicious and that meets my lunch needs.
Have you been to the Twisted Noodle restaurant in St George? Let us know what you thought of it, what your ordered, and if you are going back!
Ali Hill reviews the Twisted Noodle Cafe on StGeorgeNews and says the following-
The spiralized vegetable noodles are easily my favorite feature on the menu. Made with zucchini and squash, this faux pasta is all the rage right now. Add some marinara, creamy pesto or Alfredo sauce and BOOM – vegetables never tasted so good.
If the thought of vegetables doesn’t instantly fill you with happiness, don’t worry – there’s more. Noodles are also available: penne or spaghetti with regular, whole wheat, and gluten-free options.
Payne said the southwest quinoa bowl (quinoa, chicken, peppers, lime juice, black beans, avocado, tortilla chips) is the most popular menu item. Like most items on the menu, it can also be made vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free and with low sodium.
Other noteworthy dishes are: grilled chicken hummus flatbread (chicken, hummus, pesto, provolone, peppers, onions), caprese chicken wrap (mixed greens, chicken, grilled onions, mozzarella cheese, tomatoes, artichoke hearts, cucumbers), and the apple salad (mixed greens, sliced apples, blue berries, candied pecans, feta cheese) topped with white balsamic vinaigrette. Grilled burgers and appetizing soups are also served.