Food For Thought Restaurant should be a destination for any Williamsburg trip. The atmosphere is clean and colorful. The background music is soft and subtle, allowing easy conversation and discussion. The décor features biographical pictures of inventors, scientists, and social leaders while the walls display thought provoking quotes used to set the tone for a positive and enjoyable dining experience. Several varieties of discussion cards are found upon the tables and help to spur thought charged conversation.
Diner’s choices vary from classic American dishes such a Fork Tender Pot Roast, Grandma’s Meatloaf, and Fall Off the Bone Ribs, to more ethnic favorites like Pad Thai, Shrimp and Grits, Jamaican Jerk Chicken, and even to healthier vegetarian specialties like the Ultimate Vegetarian, Portabella Stack, and Baked Eggplant Parmesan. Nightly, they offer seafood specials like Hickory Salmon or Blackened Tuna in addition to their terrific Light and Heavy Crab Cakes. The House steak is a Black Angus Filet entrée called “It’s Twins”; which can be topped with Merlot Butter or homemade Roasted Garlic Mushroom Sauce.
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Though Food for Thought sits amid a sea of chain restaurants, the quality and freshness of the food and the caring service of their staff differentiates them from the everyday norm.
The restaurant was awarded the “Best New Restaurant in Williamsburg in 2006” by the Virginia Gazette and “The Best Restaurant in Wiliamsburg, 2009” by the Daily Press. Plus, they have been recommended in National Geographic’s 10 Best Places for Families.
1647 Richmond Road
Williamsburg, VA 23185