The options at Zentu Café don’t disappoint. As someone who isn’t vegan but appreciates the lifestyle, I’m excited to see what’s about to happen at the mobile kitchen. I met up with Chef Tim to talk about his idea for Zentu and what he sees in the future for the kitchen. Here’s a peek:
Blanchard is also the owner of The Human’s Mechanic in Seminole Heights, while Fedorko is one of the previous owners of Farmacy Vegan Kitchen & Bakery.
Fedorko handles the culinary brain while Blanchard finesses the finances and played a huge role in securing the location for the mobile kitchen.
The kitchen opened in February shortly after Valentine’s Day, and has been making plant-based lovers’ hearts throb ever since.
The menu at Zentu Café is a 100% plant-based cuisine using fresh and locally sourced ingredients.
Each month a new menu is rotated in to keep customers’ taste buds on high alert. Currently, a 4/20-inspired menu is available, with options like the Burnt Joes, a spicier take on the traditional Sloppy Joe; the Woke Wendy sandwich, a riff on a spicy chicken sandwich made with yucca, chickpea, and cauliflower; and a sweet concoction of roasted jackfruit and mango BBQ sauce called the Hill Billy sandwich.”