Clean fresh juice, salads, bowls, and wraps for every type of diet.

Pulp Lifestyle Kitchen –

Sandy, UT – Cafe – $ to $$ – Casual
Sifter Critique

Nicole O. - Pro SifterJan 16, 2018

Overall 4.1

4.5

Food

3.5

Service

4.5

Ambience

4.0

Value

Overview

Pulp has three locations and it makes sense why. Local to Utah, their food is simple but delicious and something you could eat every day without feeling gross (or bored). They have a variety of dishes from avocado toast to burgers to bowls full of all the nutrients.

Value

The food is more expensive because of the bountiful fresh ingredients involved. It was worth it to me because I walked away feeling great and full and satiated.

3 most popular dishes

Hot mess, Uma bowl, and Sano bowl.

What I ordered

We ordered the hot mess with Moroccan lentil soup and the Uma bowl with ahi. We also got The Nog juice and a face plant shot.

Food quality

The food was of the utmost quality. The ahi was very fresh and the veggies were cooked perfectly. Their cold-pressed juices and shots are made with the freshest ingredients.

Hot mess with lentil soup – The turkey burger was juicy and fresh. All the toppings on the burger were delicious and the soup had a nice heat and flavor to it.

Uma bowl with ahi – The seared ahi was very fresh, although not warm when it came out. The veggies had a good sauce to them and were perfectly al dente.

The nog – This healthy eggnog-like drink is made with fresh almond milk, spices, and dates. Tasting decadent yet nourishing, this drink was loved by all who tried it.

Faceplant – Made with turmeric, ginger, lemon, honey. It had enough ginger to give it a little zing, lemon to cover the turmeric and honey to make it feel like a treat.

Ambiance

The space was set up nicely with lots of trendy decorum and ambient light. We were the only ones with a kid and so we drew some attention.

What I liked most

The spotlight is placed on the flavors of the veggies, meat, and grains. This means there aren’t overpowering spices or sauces so you come away feeling full yet light. I also liked that they have fruit-infused water to drink.

What I disliked most

The price for The Nog and other nut-milk concoctions was a bit expensive in my opinion ($8 per bottle). The cold-pressed juices are around the same price but feel more reasonable considering the raw cost of the ingredients. 

The verdict

If you’re looking for a place to eat that will leave you feeling great, try this. Their dishes are interesting enough that you won’t get bored.

 

Overall 4.1

4.5

Food

3.5

Service

4.5

Ambience

4.0

Value

Overview

Pulp has three locations and it makes sense why. Local to Utah, their food is simple but delicious and something you could eat every day without feeling gross (or bored). They have a variety of dishes from avocado toast to burgers to bowls full of all the nutrients.

Value

The food is more expensive because of the bountiful fresh ingredients involved. It was worth it to me because I walked away feeling great and full and satiated.

3 most popular dishes

Hot mess, Uma bowl, and Sano bowl.

What I ordered

We ordered the hot mess with Moroccan lentil soup and the Uma bowl with ahi. We also got The Nog juice and a face plant shot.

Food quality

The food was of the utmost quality. The ahi was very fresh and the veggies were cooked perfectly. Their cold-pressed juices and shots are made with the freshest ingredients.

Hot mess with lentil soup – The turkey burger was juicy and fresh. All the toppings on the burger were delicious and the soup had a nice heat and flavor to it.

Uma bowl with ahi – The seared ahi was very fresh, although not warm when it came out. The veggies had a good sauce to them and were perfectly al dente.

The nog – This healthy eggnog-like drink is made with fresh almond milk, spices, and dates. Tasting decadent yet nourishing, this drink was loved by all who tried it.

Faceplant – Made with turmeric, ginger, lemon, honey. It had enough ginger to give it a little zing, lemon to cover the turmeric and honey to make it feel like a treat.

Ambiance

The space was set up nicely with lots of trendy decorum and ambient light. We were the only ones with a kid and so we drew some attention.

What I liked most

The spotlight is placed on the flavors of the veggies, meat, and grains. This means there aren’t overpowering spices or sauces so you come away feeling full yet light. I also liked that they have fruit-infused water to drink.

What I disliked most

The price for The Nog and other nut-milk concoctions was a bit expensive in my opinion ($8 per bottle). The cold-pressed juices are around the same price but feel more reasonable considering the raw cost of the ingredients. 

The verdict

If you’re looking for a place to eat that will leave you feeling great, try this. Their dishes are interesting enough that you won’t get bored.

 

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