Napa Valley, CA, January 22, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- Napa Valley, CA-based restaurant Market St. Helena is now inviting guests to explore the new menu items fresh from their chef’s organic garden. The Napa Valley restaurant’s delicious vegetables are grown locally by Market St. Helena’s chef. This ensures the restaurant retains full control over the growing process and can help improve the quality of the vegetables served to restaurant guests.
Organic vegetables are becoming immensely popular across the Napa Valley, as restaurant guests take an increased interest in the source of the vegetables on their plate. Organic options provide guests with a clean, fresh item that is free from chemicals and other elements found within factory produced vegetables and those sourced overseas. It’s for this reason that the team at Napa Valley family restaurant Market St. Helena is using fresh vegetables grown locally within their menu dishes.
The Market St. Helena’s executive chef, Ernesto Martinez controls each element of the garden environment. He chooses the vegetables to be planted in the garden and picks the best vegetables for use within the restaurant’s menu options. It’s a process that allows Market St. Helena to retain high quality vegetables and to provide fresh clean food at cost-effective pricing to their loyal guests across Napa Valley.
Delicious, healthy vegetables are offered throughout Market St. Helena’s menu. To discover more on the organic vegetables now offered at Market St. Helena, please contact the restaurant directly at 707.963.3799 or visit their website at http://www.marketsthelena.com.