Taziki’s Mediterranean Café Adds New Quinoa Bowl for Spring

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The new Quinoa Bowl pays homage to the original Horiatiki, which is a salad traditionally made in Greece.

While visiting Tinos, a Greek island situated in the Aegean Sea, Taziki’s Founder Keith Richards became inspired by the vast flavor that came from the fresh, clean and colorful foods of the island. Beginning April 22, Taziki’s will be sharing this experience with guests in a bowl.

Quinoa is considered a superfood for its high nutrient content, and it has become a staple in healthy eating programs.

Accompanying this bowl of ancient grains, customers will find the Taziki’s Tino’s Salad — a mix of cucumbers, green peppers, onions, tomatoes, garnished with capers, an ingredient endemic to nearly all of the Mediterranean countries.

“Seeing my children sharing these fresh, yet simple flavors during our time in Greece was the moment I knew this item would be perfect for Taziki’s,” said Keith Richards, Founder of Taziki’s Mediterranean Café. “Our culture is about sharing Mediterranean with the rest of the world in an approachable way.”

“At Taziki’s we believe that our guests should enjoy the true benefits of real food that is packed with nutrients and flavor,” said Dan Simpson, CEO of Taziki’s Mediterranean Café. “Our team is committed to developing new menu items that are both unique and healthy.”

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