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Coming Soon: Fast & Fresh Mediterranean Cuisine

Robal Road Village to add more restaurants


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The Northeast end of Bend has more restaurants coming its way. Robal Road Village, home to Cracker Barrel, MOD Pizza and soon, Chick-fil-A, is adding yet another dining option. This time, it's a fast-casual hub for fresh Mediterranean cuisine. Kefi Fast Fresh Mediterranean will feature fresh bowls made with organic and locally-sourced ingredients, whenever possible.

A preview of what's to come at Kefi Fresh. - COURTESY KEFI FRESH
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  • A preview of what's to come at Kefi Fresh.

A recent sneak peek of the menu previews a braised lamb bowl made with brown rice, an array of fresh vegetables, feta cheese and a house-made Tzatziki. The restaurant tentatively hopes to open mid to late February. Track Kefi's progress on Instagram @kefi_fresh.

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