We carefully select ingredients with healthful purpose and marry them with fresh California Asian flavors to create a flavorful menu that not only delivers on taste, but also promotes and encourages a healthy balanced active lifestyle.

Whether it is our organic lemongrass chicken pho w/ brown rice noodles or our famous kale & quinoa salad, offered since 2009, our food and drinks are abundantly rich with Superfoods rich in nutrients — all designed for the sake of health and wellness.

Below is a sampling of our nourishing ingredients:

Urban Picnic Healthy Eating


One of the first to offer the city kale salads in 2009, this form of cabbage is an excellent source of antioxidant vitamins A, C, & K.  Studies support healthy immune system, reducing cancer risk, and lowering cholesterol.

Organic Quinoa (keen-WAH)

Believed to provide strength and stamina, this grain-like seed is known as the “mother seed” by the Incas and is high in protein, low in fat and gluten free.

Fresh Pressed Juices

Three options to choose from: kale & ginger juice, beets & apple juice, and carrot & mint juice to keep you nourished and hydrated throughout your day.

Flax Seed

Rich in omega 3, antioxidants, and fiber;  this seed may help reduce risks in heart disease, cancer, and diabetes.

Non-Hydrogenated Oils

All our dressings use non-hydrogenated oils and contain zero trans fat.


A relative of ginger, this spice contains antioxidants, cancer-fighting, and anti-inflammatory properties and is often used to remedy joint pain.


A popular spice, cinnamon helps reduce blood sugar and cholesterol levels.

Nori Seaweed

One of the richest protein seaweed with fiber and omega 3 fatty acids; nori supports thyroid and metabolism functions.

Wakame Seaweed

Loaded with osteoporosis-preventing calcium and magnesium, wakame is also a diuretic, helping to reduce bloating.

Daikon Radish

A low calorie root vegetable w/ an excellent source of vitamin C and anti-cancer properties, daikon is a popular pickled veggie in our Vietnamese sandwiches.


Known as the alphabet fruit containing vitamins A, C, E, K and B6, avocados help reduce the risks of heart disease, improves absorption of nutrients (aids in fat burning), and protects against cholesterol.


Low in calories and high in antioxidants, this fruit aids in reducing belly fat, lowering cholesterol and risks of heart disease and diabetes.


Containing vitamin A and C, this vegetable is high in fiber w/ anti-inflammatory properties, and also supports skin and eye health.

Whole-Wheat Wraps

Offered as a lower carb substitute for our sandwiches, whole-wheat tortilla has more fiber than white counterparts and aids in digestive health.

Rooibos Tea (roy-BOSS)

‘Red bush’ in Afrikaans, rooibos is naturally caffeine free and high in antioxidants w/ cholesterol lowering and immune supporting properties.

Green Tea

Antioxidant rich w/ disease fighting properties, this tea reduces risks in heart disease and cancer.

Kombucha Tea

A popular fermented tea believed to aid in digestion and support the immune system.


High in antioxidants, beets detoxify the liver and helps protect against heart disease and certain cancers.

Content provided is for informational purposes only and should not be used as specific medical advice; always refer to your physician and/or nutritionist for more information.

References include, but may not be limited to: The Visual Food Encyclopedia, The Encyclopedia of Healing Foods, Michael Murray, N.D., www.webmd.com, www.mayoclinic.com, www.prevention.com, www.sourcewatch.com, www.whfoods.com, and www.organicfacts.net, www.doctoroz.com, www.oprah.com