Upon entry to Misfit, customers are taken back by the décor that resembles a beautiful European library with soft, comfortable seats. The restaurant not only provides seasonal gluten-free dishes all day long – they are perfect for sharing.
Possibly known for the best gluten-free baked mac and cheese in Santa Monica. Goat cheeses are sprinkled throughout the dishes. The Vegan Superfood Granola is composed of thinly drizzled honey, blackberries, raspberries, blueberries, roasted nuts and dried cranberries, served with nut milk made from brazil nuts. Fall Panzanella presents creamy goat cheese, well-balanced vegetables, and mild pickled radishes served on top of Udi’s gluten-free bread.
These fulfilling dishes will bring you back for more.
Notable Dishes – Fall menu
Vegan Superfood Granola
housemade nut milk, pudwill farms fresh fruit (sub-Greek yogurt n/c)
Café Brussel Sprout Salad
the original, almonds, dried berries, manchego (pancetta +3.)
Bacon Wrapped Dates
smoked almonds, goat cheese, balsamic
Baked Mac + Cheese
green Chile, brown rice pasta – gluten-free! (housemade chorizo +3. or pancetta +3.)
Cauliflower Fried Rice
sugar snap peas, corn, chilies, Bartlett pears, spicy sambal, fried egg
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