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Clover in Burlington just opened.

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They just added this location to their small empire of restaurants and food truck in the Boston area. It's located at 100 Mall Road in Burlington.
It's their second day, the first official day of being open and today was free sandwich day! You could get either BBQ Saitan and Chickpea Fritter sandwich and I went with the chickpea sandwich. I also sprung for an order of Rosemary Fries. The fries were tasty but could have been cooked a bit longer. The sandwich was good with crunchy slaw, carrots, pickled cucumbers and also some cucumber salad in there. They also had a quite delicious homemade chili sauce.

Clover
100 Mall Road
Burlington
Website http://www.cloverfoodlab.com/

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  1. Hi Ferrari,

    Just for my bearings, where is 100 Mall Road? Is it the little strip mall on the right hand side where Chipotle is?

    thnx

    www.saffron215.blogspot.com

    1. Yes, its near to the Chipotle

      1. Yeah, pretty much across from TITS.

        1. Hi,

          I went around 5pm tonight and it was a ghost town. Only one other customer in the place beside me.

          I ordered the falafel sandwich, with the tahini sauce on the side (thanks Ferrari), and it was good. Although, the falafel itself was a bit dried out and pretty flavorless. It could have been leftover from lunch, don't really know for sure though. The slaw was tasty and so was the tahini sauce, but I'll have to give it another try to know for sure. The people behind the counter were friendly and helpful. As I said, I'll go back for lunch and give them another try.

          www.saffron215.blogspot.com

          1. When starting the Food Trucks in the Hinterlands thread, I hoped it would aggregate posts like this, including specific location and hours.

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            1. re: greygarious

              grey, it doesn't appear to be a truck, but rather a brick and mortar location.

                1. re: greygarious

                  It's brick and mortar across from Tavern in the Square, in the same complex as Chipotle, bgood, and a yogurt place. They're open from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. We went on Saturday night around 7 and there was hardly anyone there. We tried the smoky tomato soup (delicious!), chickpea fritter platter (excellent and fresh-tasting, so they must have just made them) and the BBQ seitan sandwich (husband said it was good enough to order again).

                  I don't know if they serve beer yet. The strawberry lemonade was nothing special and not worth the money.

                  1. re: Isolda

                    I went at 6 on Wednesday and was the only customer. The chickpea fritter sandwich, as pictured upthread, is a filling meal for $6. It's on whole wheat pita.

                    I liked the rhubarb agua fresca, $3 for about 12 oz. but the lids don't fit. I told them my order was to go so they should not have put it in the plastic cup, although they promptly poured it into a paper cup, for which they had the correct lid.

                    It's a limited menu, though probably the healthiest in the immediate area. But they won't be around long unless they have a crush for breakfast and/or lunch. Sounds like dinnertime isn't catching on.