There's a new restaurant in West Asheville that marries healthy eating with fun and unexpected flavors. BimBeriBon, located along Haywood Road, is one of only two restaurants in Asheville that are completely gluten free. Those who struggle with gluten will love it. But even if you don't have that dietary restriction, we're pretty sure you'll go bonkers for BimBeriBon.Read More
BimBeriBon brings new diversity to the fusion concept, drawing on unexpected themes and flavors to create an inspired, eclectic menu. Most impressively, the restaurant manages to accomplish all this while maintaining an entire roster of gluten-free starters and entrees.Read More
Flavor, NC represents a place in our minds, and our palates, where the best of North Carolina’s agricultural bounty is shared by those who grow and produce it, with those who appreciate and consume it. The mission of Flavor, NC is to introduce all those who call North Carolina home to our rich agricultural heritage and to the farmers and food producers carrying on that tradition today. Simply put, we want everyone who watches to become a “resident” of our town, Flavor, NC.Read More
“It’s fairly easy to make food taste good with white flour, white sugar and cheap oil, and that’s a lot of what’s going on in the world — and actually our town. So, we put the handcuffs on ourselves on purpose, and we love it,” says Mitchell Orland, who owns the new Haywood Road restaurant BimBeriBon along with Reza Setayesh.Read More
West Asheville – Before spilling the BimBeriBon beans on what the name means, I want to tell you about this sweet new West Asheville eatery.
Order at the counter where a large menu is posted on the wall, or step up prepared after looking at one of the paper menus available, especially if they’re busy.Read More
This wheat-free, refined-sugar-free eatery echoes a Parisian patisserie with subway tile and linear seating, but offers a complete three meals, coffee, and snacks.Read More
BimBeriBon opened in October in the former Barleycorn location on Haywood Road, to much chatter. FAQs include what does the name mean? And how do you order?
I still can't explain the name, but one thing is evident when you walk inside: BimBeriBon is just a likable place.Read More