Popular Types of Salad
At J. Alexander’s, we fashion impeccable salad dishes that can begin a polished dinner or be elevated to a premium entrée. Our Alex’s Salad and Original Caesar Salad are stylish starters that guests will welcome as timeless primers before main courses.
Our salad entrées feature perfectly prepared food with soft and crunchy textures and big flavors of chicken and fish.
For the Grilled Chicken Salad, we toss abundant chicken in a bed of greens with feta cheese, olives, tortilla strips, and tomatoes with a white wine vinaigrette.
The Cypress Salad has a creamy ranch dressing on top of chopped crispy chicken tenders, lettuce, pecans, avocado, bacon, cheese, and croutons.
The Thai Kai Salad mixes greens, chicken, and peanuts tossed in a cilantro vinaigrette with Thai peanut sauce.
Seafood lovers will love the seared-rare tuna in the Asian Ahi Tuna Salad, tossed with field greens and wasabi in a cilantro vinaigrette.
Salads Ingredients and Sourcing Info
At J. Alexander’s, we are strongly committed to American cuisine made with fresh local produce. Our menus revolve around made-from-scratch items with a focus on farm-to-table ingredients. The grilled chicken and seared tuna in our salad entrées are cut fresh daily and cooked over a live wood fire.
Salads Health Benefits
A cool crisp salad can be the basis for a light and refreshing meal. And, with multiple health benefits, consuming a serving of leafy greens is a great dining choice. Leafy greens and raw veggies like those found in J. Alexander’s salads are a superb source of natural fiber, which reduces “bad” cholesterol and helps to control blood sugar. Also, fiber helps with weight loss and healthy weight maintenance.
Salads Customer Review
Ordered a Caesar salad with New York strip cut on top. We have traveled all over the world, and this was the best. I own a restaurant and am an excellent cook. I even offered the chef $100 for the recipe.
[Kubo T.] ★ ★ ★ ★ ★
Best Drinks and Sides with Salads
Asking which wine to drink with salad has no single answer. It depends on the vegetables, what other ingredients the salad contains, and what type of dressing is on the salad. Still, salad is normally a light dish, so a full-bodied white or red will probably overwhelm the salad.