Top Ad ☰ Menu

Seasonal Changes at Nico Heirloom Kitchen

Posted on: October 9th, 2019 by Kelly Potts No Comments

For Downtown Gilbert’s first upscale, chef-driven, casual restaurant, Nico Heirloom Kitchen is all about its local, seasonal, fresh ingredients. 

Nico has recently rolled out a new menu, with the focus on fresh produce throughout the Valley. From the appetizers and salads to main entrees and sides, the Arizona inspired menu features a variety of new dishes offered through the fall.

  • Filet Tips | poblano crema, pickled onion, gorgonzola, roasted tomato
  • Hummus | white tepary bean, pickled vegetables, and herb flatbread
  • Octopus | poblano, chorizo garbanzo, arugula, pickled onion
  • Mussels | Schreiner chorizo, blistered tomato, white wine, and noble bread
  • Grilled Caesar Salad | romaine, micro crouton, parmesan, Nico Caesar
  • Heirloom Tomato Caprese | local heirloom tomato, fresh mozzarella, balsamic, basil
  • Melon & Prosciutto | farm sweet melon, prosciutto, balsamic, arugula, chevre
  • Rainbow Trout | charred tomato, artichoke, red potato, spinach
  • Porchetta | house-made sausage, tomato barley, arugula
  • Sides | Chevre Bacon Grilled Asparagus & Tomato Barley

Nico Heirloom Kitchen has been open in downtown Gilbert for three years, and is located at 366 North Gilbert Road. For more information or to make a reservation, visit

About the Author - Kelly Potts

Kelly Potts is PR Pro, dog mom, animal rescue volunteer, wannabe baker and freelance writer. She has a passion for the local food community in the Valley and enjoys sharing her recent discoveries with friends and readers. Follow her on Instagram: @kellypotts14.

More Posts by

Related Posts

A New Side to Hand Cut Burgers & Chophouse

A New Side to Hand Cut Burgers & Chophouse

Posted on: October 4th, 2019

Hand Cut Burgers & Chophouse has launched a brand new fall menu featuring more than a dozen new items! Guests will enjoy everything from updated appetizers and salads, to new delicious cuts and a brand unique pasta selection, including a gluten-free rice pasta. Grass-Fed Meatballs | Arizona grass-fed beef meatballs baked in a red pepper... Read More

Ahipoki invites you to try Ahimi: a new alternative to tuna

Posted on: September 10th, 2019

Ahipoki is excited to announce a NEW plant based poke choice splashing into restaurants in Arizona and California: Ahimi! Marinated in a house made onion, ginger sauce with other savory ingredients with Umami flavor, and completely vegan, is a delicious and healthy new choice geared towards those seeking an alternative option while dining... Read More

Be the first to comment!

©2019 PhoenixBites | Site Designed by WeDoDev

All rights reserved. Privacy Policy | Disclosure Policy | Sitemap

%d bloggers like this: