Eating a meal made from fresh, all-natural or organic ingredients conjures up images of overflowing cornucopias, hardworking farmers, and the bountiful branches of steak trees waving in the wind. Taste the savory bounty of the land with today's Groupon: for $25, you get $50 worth of natural gourmet fare and nonalcoholic drinks at Melodia Grill in Souderton.
Melodia Grill's owner and executive chef, Tim Lan, conducts an edible symphony of delicate flavors, inspired by his culinary studies across the globe. Due to the kitchen's dedication to fresh ingredients and hatred of cyborgs, each mouthwatering menu item is prepared as organically as possible. Chef's specialties such as lobster ravioli with a crabmeat cream sauce ($26.99) peacefully shares table space with classic American fare such as the top sirloin Melodia signature fillet, cut from hormone-free vegetarian-fed beef ($25.99). To sate wheat and birdseed-free appetites, the epicurean engineer especially prepares plates of gluten-free eats, such as the raspberry striped sea bass fillet, resting on a sweet-smelling bed of jasmine rice ($28.99).
In addition to feeding mouths health-conscious cuisine, the hardworking staff goes to great lengths to craft an atmosphere of luxury and relaxation. As diners sample the fine-tuned flavors and aromas of each dish, gentle classical music generates a sense of elegance, and artistic meal presentations dazzle eyeballs with delicate grace and architectural soundness.
Owner and Head Chef Tim Lan draws from his culinary training in Southern China and his travels across the globe to craft a menu that fuses the best of Asian, American, Italian, and French cuisines. Guests take places at tables clad in crisp, white linens before being serenaded with soft classical music⎯suggested by dining experts as a natural way to increase feelings of fanciness.
Diners receive elegantly plated feasts of lobster ravioli, lightly breaded general tso's chicken, and crab-cake sandwiches free of harmful trans-fats and crafted from many organic, hormone-free ingredients. Vegetarian plates and gluten-free options, such as brown-rice pasta with salmon and pesto, satisfy both taste buds and dietary demands.
664 E Broad St.
Souderton, Pennsylvania 18964