Sole Food Introduces ‘Lunch Boxes’

Time for Americanized bento boxes: Center City’s Solefood is offering “lunch boxes” that sure sound like bento to us.

Here’s the official word from the restaurant:

The “Lunch Box” at SoleFood will satisfy the soul and mid-day cravings without leaving the diner stuffed. Offering four individual-sized items that lunch-goers usually eat during the mid-day meal - soup, salad, sandwich and chips, the “Lunch Box” draws upon Chef Thomas Harkins’ food inspirations of the day.

The “Lunch Box” theme changes daily, depending upon the season and ingredients available at the market. Sample offering would include: grilled cheese with truffle, tomato, fontina, an arugula salad, roasted tomato soup and fingerling chips; tuna slider with wasabi honey aioli, tofu Caesar salad, black bean soup and yuca chips; shrimp po-boy with Creole mustard, tomato salad with maytag blue, fish chowder and vegetable chips. The “Lunch Box” is presented on four, four-inch square plates atop a larger 10-inch square plate.

Sale price is $16.

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Sole Food Introduces ‘Lunch Boxes’