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Get your power bowl at plant-based Inwave

by Robin Garr » Wed Jun 13, 2018 9:35 am

Get your power bowl at plant-based Inwave

LEO's Eats with Robin Garr

Inwave’s build-your-own grain bowl on a base of quinoa, striped with spicy chimichurri.
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I’d been meaning to make a stop at Inwave, a locally owned fast-food spot near Middletown that features power bowls, acai bowls, vegan fare, juices and smoothies. It’s a fast-casual setup in which you walk down the line choosing grains, nuts, seeds and toppings for your individualized bowl. It’s an interesting concept, with the glitzy look of a chain-in-the-making.

A plant-based Beyond Burger cheeseburger ($12) and fries hit the spot. Similar to the offering at Morels without Morel’s tongue-in-cheek riff on fast-food Steak’n’Shake, it features the excellent Beyond Burger – a dead ringer for the real thing – with vegan cheez on a light gluten-free bun. The fries were crisp and fresh.

We may not have made the best choices in our build-your-own grain bowl ($9). ...

Read the full review on LouisvilleHotBytes,
http://www.louisvillehotbytes.com/get-p ... sed-inwave

You'll also find this review in LEO Weekly’s Food & Drink section today.
http://www.leoweekly.com/category/food-drink/

Inwave Restaurant & Juice Bar
10310 Shelbyville Road
916-2177
http://inwave.org
https://facebook.com/InwaveLouisville

Robin Garr's rating: 78 points

Noise level: The environment was quiet thanks to a nearly empty room, but hard surfaces could kick up the noise if there’s a crowd. (Average sound level 63-62 dB.)

Accessibility: All entrances and restrooms are easily accessible to wheelchairs, but most of the tables are high-tops; only two regular-height tables appear to be practical for wheelchair users.

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