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Greenleaf is an award winning, seasonally inspired farm to table restaurant from chef Chris Viaud. Located in an old historic bank in Milford, New Hampshire, Greenleaf’s name was inspired by the Boston based architect who made the first update to the building in 1904, Luther Greenleaf. Our approach to the food and drink program is inspired by the changing seasons of New England utilizing local area farms, foragers and fishmongers.
Our core values of cooking with the seasons and sourcing as much product as we can from local farmers are what inspire our creative takes on every day meals. With each dish and drink prepared, we focus on highlighting the beautiful product that we receive from the farms and help provide the customer with an unforgettable dining experience.
Chef Chris Viaud
Owner / Executive Chef
Chef Chris Viaud is an award-winning who has competed in and won Jeunes Chefs Rôtisseurs regionals. He has helped open several restaurants in Boston and New Hampshire as well as designed commercial kitchens. Much of his career in Boston was spent cooking at Deuxave, one of
the city’s top-rated French restaurants
His restaurant, Greenleaf is an award winning, seasonally inspired farm to table restaurant from chef Chris Viaud. Our approach to the food and drink program is inspired by the changing seasons of New England utilizing local area farms, foragers and fishmongers.
We welcome you to experience Greenleaf in our home of Milford New hampshire and look forward to you joining us.
Great farm to table food, and their attention to detail and preparation is the magic sauce. Every dish and drink (alcoholic and n/a) we ordered was excellent. We fought over the fries appetizer, and shared all the others because they were so good! Service was great and friendly. Our party of 6 was seated in "the vault" which was really nice, basically our own private room. We'll be going back soon to enjoy their bar, for sure. Just a fantastic and unexpected addition to Milford, and is easily becoming our "go to" restaurant. They have some secret "off-menu" items and switch things up pretty regularly, so plan on repeat visits. We've been here at least 10 times and are looking forward to the next!