Food is personal at Lemongrass & Lime

Dee Mallas was just four years old when she started cooking with her family in Thailand and those old recipes are being served at Lemongrass & Lime.

“Thai people have large families,” Mallas said. “We would cook together and every Sunday we would take food to the temple. It was a special time.”

Lemongrass & Lime is a Thai Bistro that has become a popular lunch and dinner location for the health conscious. It is ideally situated among offices and a hospital making it a quick stop for lunch. They offer traditional favorites such as Pad Thai and red and yellow curries. However, the menu also includes a variety of seafood, salad and vegetable options to please any palate.

The restaurant décor not only reflects the Thai culture, but also the food. Green is a prominent color.

“The colors are specially selected because of what they represent,” Mallas said. “Green is a color that represents health.”

Customers in a hurry have the option to call their order in so it is ready to be served when they arrive or as take-out. Either way, the food will be hot and fresh. The 12 O’ Clock Lunch menu has 11 different dishes served at an affordable price.

Mallas said the chefs are very allergen aware and are cautious when using ingredients such as peanuts or shellfish. They also offer gluten free and vegan options. This includes a vegan dish with bite-size cauliflower with tempura and Thai chili sauce and pineapple fried rice with carrots, peas, onion, green onion and more.
 


“Our restaurant caters to people who want real Thai food,” Mallas said. “We use very high-quality ingredients. Our curry is all made from scratch and we use good coconut milk.”

The starter menu has unique creations featuring beef, chicken, seafood and tofu. There are plenty of choices for those wanting soups, salads, curry, rice and noodle dishes. The dinner menu includes garlic pepper, spicy basil, sweet and sour, lemongrass and other tasty options.

The restaurant offers seating for an intimate meal or large groups can reserve a space just for them. Families with children are also welcome to come and enjoy the taste and culture of Thailand. 

“I grew up in the southern part of Thailand,” Mallas said. “The flavors reflect my family’s experiences and culture in that region. I am happy that I can share these recipes and see so many people enjoying them.”


This article was presented and sponsored by Lemongrass & Lime. For more information, go to lemongrasslime.com

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