Franklin Welcomes Broken Spoon Restaurant to Downtown

Opened in 2020; ribbon cutting last week

Press release

Broken Spoon is a unique culinary fusion experience in downtown Franklin. Combining restaurant creator Miriam Kovacs’ Hungarian Jewish and Sri Lankan roots, as well as her passion for making food that is both healthy and delicious, Broken Spoon opened in the fall of 2020 during the pandemic with the mission of feeding your soul.

The menu features selections from noodle soups to skewered meats, all inspired by the flavors from Miriam’s Jewish-Asian kitchen: think ramen with matzo balls and brisket bao.

“I am passionate about creating dishes that are not only healthy and delicious, but also nourish the soul and bring people together. I believe food is the gateway healer and ultimate unifier,” said Miriam.

“As the City of Franklin continues to grow, it is my pleasure to greet another new business to the Franklin community. Franklin has so much to offer with downtown revitalization, new restaurants, Mill City Park, Veterans Memorial Recreation Area, and now there is one more reason to stop and take a look at what’s happening,” stated Mayor Jo Brown.

There was a long-delayed ribbon cutting for the new restaurant on June 29 to celebrate Broken Spoon.