Yummi Salads has a brand new home that’s even bigger and better than their prior location, which was behind the Shrimp Plaza by the Chamber of Commerce. They even have a big wraparound neon sign so you can easily spot the restaurant at night (since they are open late) as you drive on Blvd. Fremont, just east of Sinaloa in the Fremont Plaza.
The new menu is very extensive and has been expanded to include more than just Yummi Salads. Some new menu items include hamburgers, paninis, wraps, soups, lasagna, pasta alfredo, beef, pork, chicken and fish. Finish of your meal with one of their fabulous deserts such as crepes, carrot roll (carrot cake), brownie served hot, cheesecake and apple pie just to name a few. They have a large selection of specialty teas, green teas and Tizanos, which are teas made with an infusion of plant, flower, fruit, bark or root…or a combination of all these and even fruit rind.
When we visited the owner, Adriana Saavedra on her very first day open in her new location we were happy to present her with her very first lucky dollar bill. We visited two days before her actual grand opening which was on Saturday, June 14th. Our waiter, Marco Armenta was very helpful in explaining how to order our lunches and how to build our salads including many of the fresh colorful toppings and wide selection of salad dressings. They also have a daily offering of homemade soup which was the Poblano Chowder. It was so creamy and delicious that I could have eaten it for desert! Needless to say we had an excellent meal and will be back for many more.
There is plenty of parking in front of the restaurant on Blvd. Fremont as well as on the side of the Plaza. They open at 12 PM everyday and close at 10 PM from Sunday to Friday. On Saturday you can enjoy live music/salsa on the outside terrace by Agua De Coco until 1 AM. Inside there is table and booth seating or you can place your take out order at the counter. For more information or group reservations call Adriana at (044) 638-113-8822 and be sure to tell her that you were highly recommended by the staff of the Rocky Point Times Newspaper. Buen Provecho!