Lotus Thai House's dedication to healthy food begins with the basics, such as the use of pure vegetable oil and low-sodium soy sauce. Chefs also eschew the use of MSG in all their dishes and can adjust a plate's spiciness to accommodate different taste buds. They craft a range of authentic Thai dishes, such as beef and pork curries and basil or mango fried rice. The pillars of the menu, though, are the signature dishes, which include pad kee mao with chicken and shrimp and the Tropical Bird's Nest: a m?lange of seafood and chicken in thai sauce. Hot tea and a range of imported and domestic beers help wash down bites.
Cleveland's Lemon Grass offers a traditional menu of Thai dishes in a relaxed setting. None of the fare at Lemon Grass is low-fat, so you'll have to put the diet aside for a visit here. Don't go thirsty during dinner! Lemon Grass also offers a splendid drink list featuring wine, beer, and more. Lemon Grass is more than willing to accommodate families, so kids are welcome to tag along. Lemon Grass is great for big groups, and patrons favor its private room for important events. Summer meals will taste even better when you enjoy them on Lemon Grass' gorgeous patio.
If you need to feed a big crowd, Lemon Grass also offers catering services for parties and get-togethers. If you're strapped for time, take out food from Lemon Grass.
Find a space on the street or park in the lot not far from the restaurant.
Your tab at Lemon Grass will usually run to about $30 per guest.
In addition to a sensory-stimulating spread of Asian and American buffet fare, Royal Buffet & Grill offers a full menu of Chinese classics. At the hibachi grill, an accommodating chef slices and dices dishes to your liking, whether square, saucer, or obtuse-isosceles shaped. Adults pay $6.95 for the lunch buffet, $10.95 for dinner, and $5.50 to $7.99 for standalone entrees. Children under 3 eat for free and wicked witches trapped under houses can eat leftovers if they behave.
Jesus Angel became a restaurateur by happenstance. Working for nearly 30 years in the auto industry, Jesus drew crowds of coworkers at lunchtime that clamored to sample the Guadalajara native's Mexican dishes. Intrigued, he hit the streets and toted his food to local festivals, steadily building a following that would propel him into a second career. Today, El Camino Real spans three locations across Northwest Ohio. In addition to the menu of dishes from his homeland, Jesus's restaurants draw patrons with citrusy margaritas, live mariachi bands on weekends, and patios and dining rooms decked out with Spanish tile work and atomic clocks set to the Mayan calendar. These features have earned El Camino Real a place on Toledo City Paper's Best of 2011 list.
The majority of the dishes that parade out of The Local Thai Lounge's kitchen originated in Thailand, from the nutty pad thai noodles to the tangy pineapple fried rice to the creamy coconut curries in red, green, and yellow varieties. But there is also a selection of specialties from other countries, including Mongolian-style beef and the Three?s Company, a combo dish with shrimp, beef, and chicken that is flown in daily, along with spices and vegetables. Diners sample dishes in between sips of sweet Thai-style iced tea out in the sleek dining room, where warm hanging lights shine down on the purple and orange decor.