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Transparent approach has this restaurant in Clover

From left: general manager Chris Anderson, executive chef Rolando Robledo, and founder Ayr Muir with Clover’s menu. From left: general manager Chris Anderson, executive chef Rolando Robledo, and founder Ayr Muir with Clover’s menu. (Wendy Maeda/Globe Staff)
By Natalie Southwick
Globe Correspondent / November 10, 2010

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CAMBRIDGE — Most restaurants don’t promise mistakes, but Clover Food Lab isn’t trying to be like most restaurants. Since opening in 2008, Clover’s white trucks have gained a loyal following throughout the Boston area. On Oct. 29, the second anniversary of its first sandwich sale, the health-conscious fast food joint opened a restaurant in Harvard Square. While it may be ... (Full article: 684 words)

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