From ghost kitchen to dine-in
“Our customers loved Melita’s Table as a delivery-only concept. By adding a dine-in option, we can serve more people who are interested in healthy food that tastes amazing,” said owner Kori McClurg, who also owns Ori’Zaba’s.
The expansion provides another option for those looking for more gluten-free, oil-free, nut-free and soy-free plates.
Appetizers include homemade empanadas, street corn, and cashew-lime queso and dip. There’s also artichoke bites, Latin poppers and sampler platters.
For entrees, choose from eats like flautas with rice and beans or taquitos plate.
In addition, there are items like a Latin skillet. The dish is made with quinoa, lentil picadillo, citrus portobello, cashew lime queso, verde enchilada sauce, homestyle sweet potatoes and fajita strips. The menu also has enchiladas, street tacos, chimichangas, burritos and bowls.
Even more, there’s the Cultivate Your Own Entree options. This lets diners customize dishes from nachos to burritos, street tacos, bowls and more.
Sides at Melita’s Table include single versions of the entree options, so you can mix-and-match.
Finally, for dessert Melita’s offers a tres leches cake, tiramisu and chocolate cheese cake.
Food is available for delivery, pick-up and dine-in inside Ori’Zaba’s.
1263 E. Silverado Ranch Blvd., 89183, Mon. – Sat.: 10:30 a.m. – 9 p.m., Sun.: 11 a.m. – 8 p.m.
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