Lunch at Casa De Luz

To start the new year off right, let's dine out at Austin's healthiest restaurant. Casa De Luz is Austin’s only all-organic, dining and community center. If you've never been to Casa De Luz, you're missing one of Austin's best vegetarian meals.

Their nutritionally trained chefs handcraft plant based, 100% organic, vegan, vegetarian, alkalizing, nutrient-rich meals that will improve your health. All of their kitchen water is fluoride-filtered. Their meals are gluten-free, and they are allergen-aware (always ask their chefs if you have any allergies). Lunch meals include:

Soup – Freshly prepared daily with whole-foods

Salad – No oils; they grind nuts, seeds and spices daily for their dressings

The Plate:

Vegetable Entree (changes everyday)

Dark Leafy Greens with a delicious whole-food sauce (no oils)

Whole Grain, like organic brown rice, millet or quinoa, occasionally topped with sea vegetables, seeds or nuts.  They presoak their grains.

Beans - They presoak their beans.

Fermented Vegetables, like Kim Chi, Sauerkraut, etc.

Beverages:

Filtered Water
- Fluoride filtered, carbon filtered & vortex activated (all cooking water is filtered that way)

Hibiscus Mint Tea
- May lower blood pressure and cholesterol; caffeine-free; rich in Vitamin C, calcium and potassium

Rooibos, Lemon Grass, Peppermint Tea
- Contains polyphenols and has been shown to be anti-carcinogenic, anti-mutagenic, anti-inflammatory and anti-viral activity
- Naturally caffeine-free - drink it before going to bed can help with insomnia
- Good for teeth and bones - contains calcium, manganese and fluoride
- Good for the skin - contains alpha hydroxy acid and zinc
- People with kidney stones can drink it because there’s no oxalic acid
- Full of vitamins and minerals - zinc, copper, calcium, manganese, magnesium & potassium

Kukicha Hot Tea
- Alkalizing; Helps digestion; 6 times more calcium than cow’s milk; 2.5 times more Vitamin C than orange juice; may lower blood pressure and cholesterol; low in caffeine; burns fat; promotes kidney, liver and gall bladder function; Kukicha does a body good

Desserts are available, but are not included in the meal cost.  They use organic rice syrup and raw organic agave avoiding processed flours.  Some desserts may contain small amounts of gluten, please ask.

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  • Kate S.

    delicious food as always

    January 14, 2013

  • Linda

    Lunch was excellent. Very much enjoyed meeting some new people

    January 13, 2013

  • Petite plant e.

    Loved the GF vegan food and dessert.

    January 13, 2013

  • Sara

    SO TASTY!!

    January 13, 2013

  • Sara

    How much does it cost?

    January 12, 2013

    • Austin Vegetarian L.

      It still is $12. While you can get/ask for second helpings, keep in mind that macrobiotics recommends against overeating because that dampens our agni (digestive fire).

      1 · January 12, 2013

    • Sara

      Cool, thanks

      January 13, 2013

  • Cheryl

    It's still on regardless of the weather? Just making sure :)

    January 12, 2013

  • Austin Vegetarian L.

    Casa De Luz knows we have approximately 40 people coming for lunch on Sunday and have reserved four tables that seat 10 each. Arrive at 11:45, if you'd prefer to beat the crowd.

    January 10, 2013

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