Salad Farm, 9090 Milliken Ave. (at 7th), Rancho Cucamonga.
Salad Farm opened recently in the small center on Milliken at Seventh Street that also houses Gandolfo’s, a NY-themed deli (already visited). The ‘Farm is part of a very small L.A.-based chain that appears to have just five locations thus far.
You order at the counter and they make your salad right then and there for you. The menu shows 28 salads, from $5.95 to $8.50, plus panini sandwiches, baked potatoes, soup and quesadillas. A helpful photo menu depicts virtually every item.
I had the Greek salad with chicken ($8.45), and it wasn’t bad. It was also enormous and I don’t know who could finish it. It came with two pieces of pita bread.
It’s a similar concept to So Fresh Salads and More in the Claremont Village Expansion (also visited before), and perhaps slightly better — at least at Salad Farm I didn’t have to wait, I got what I ordered and the amount of dressing was reasonable.