With something for everyone’s taste, fresh ingredients, fair prices, and impeccable service, Dinner Revolution in south Vero sets itself apart from the norm. If you haven’t checked them out, please do and thank me later.
The menu rotates frequently, which is dictated by the local, fresh ingredients procured by Chef Nick Haddad and his wife, Danielle. You might at first be disappointed that the great dish you had last time isn’t on the menu right now, but do not fear, as you can count on the next new thing you try to be equally as good.
This is a casual atmosphere, walk up to order and food is brought to your table. Because they have a large meal prep operation as well, carry-out orders are a huge segment of the business. The meal prep options are popular with those who monitor their macros, as the meals come with all of that info right on the menu. You will see both meat and meatless options, keto friendly, gluten-free, and the like. They also make smoothies and offer decadent desserts. The cake I tried was topped with freshly made whipped cream and a mint sprig from Chef’s garden. It was delicious!
I decided on my first visit last week to try a carry-out order for my husband and me. I was pleased to be able to meet Chef Nick briefly, and discovered that both our families are Vero transplants from Colorado! When I noticed he carries two beers from Breckenridge Brewery, I knew he had to be a good guy (ha!)
Carey, the friendly gal behind the register, shared that the fish tacos are very popular, so I ordered that entree for my husband. I had a hard time deciding for myself but whenever I see Eggplant Parmesan on a menu, it just calls out to me. I worried it might not be the best choice because it’s not an Italian restaurant, but I was not disappointed! The sauce was just as I like it, hearty and packed with flavor. The eggplant (fresh sliced and hand breaded) was sliced to just the right thickness, and the crusty bread with herbed butter on the side was well worth the add-on ($16 plus $3 for the bread with herbed butter.)
The fish tacos were exceptional. Flash-fried haddock with white cheddar cheese, cabbage, pico de Gallo, and tarter creme fresh in flour tortillas, served with chips and salsa for $14. I don’t believe I could have made these entrees for these prices on my own, honestly. Every trip to the grocery lately is such sticker shock, and no doubt I wouldn’t know how to replicate the marrying of all of these flavors anyway!
Dinner Revolution is a keeper for me! Check them out!