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Natural, organic eatery Wild Harmony opens in Ashburn

Wild Harmony, a new restaurant concept created by Manish Pokhrel of Falls Church, opened June 17 in Broadlands Center Plaza.

Pokhrel, who has been working in the restaurant industry for more than a decade, said he “wanted to do something for the community” featuring natural and organic food.

“Ashburn was lacking this type of restaurant and I thought this would be a good idea,” he said.

The menu is “all about natural and organic items,” including vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free.

“We have wonderful food, flavors and presentation. Quality is very important to me,” Pokhrel said.

Wild Harmony is open for lunch and dinner daily, and Pokhrel said one of the highlights is their weekend brunch menu.

Brunch items include omelets, egg burritos, country fried steak and eggs, butter chicken sandwich, and a unique Wild Harmony specialty - breakfast club burger served with pasture raised Asian water buffalo, crispy bacon, ham, cheese, over-easy egg, lettuce, tomato, sriracha and mayo, with a side of fries.

Lunch and dinner menu items – with prices ranging from about $3.99 for appetizers to around $12.99 for entrees - include Indian, Mediterranean and Mexican/Latin fare, such as tandoori chicken, garlic shrimp, Himalayan-style dumplings with chicken or vegetables, Asian noodles, spiced chicken with basmati rice and vegetables (biryani), lentils, hummus, chicken chili and more. There are also salads, like the goat cheese kale spinach salad, a variety of soups, slow-cooked Himalayan inspired lamb and buffalo, chicken and lamb curry, grilled salmon and naan bread.

“There is a little bit for everyone here,” Pokhrel said.


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