Lime Leaf

4.3
3 reviews
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$30 and under
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Thai
Top tags:
  • Casual
  • Quiet Conversation
  • Spicy
Lime Leaf Thai Fusion and Drinks represents a new food and beverage concept. Lime leaves have been used as a main ingredient for Thai foods over centuries. From a spicy and sour Tom Yum to a creamy Panang curry to a savory Tod Mun, the lime leaf represents herbal flavor. The green color of lime leaves also represent the "freshness". This is the reason we chose "Lime Leaf" as our business name.

Our mission is to bring that flavor to Chicago. The exotic ingredients in our food and the fanciful presentation of our drinks will combine with a local dedication to quality and customer service to create a new restaurant that will be a hub for the community.



-The Lime Leaf Team
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JC
1 review
Dined on February 22, 2019
Overall 2Food 2Service 3Ambience 3

Not at all Thai. The tempura is heavily battered scraps of food.

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B
Chicago
6 reviews
Dined on February 22, 2019
Overall 4Food 4Service 4Ambience 3

Affordable good Thai food, the restaurant is not very fancy, my friend said it reminded him of a cafeteria. That being said, the food was quality and so was the seasoning of the food. Friday night it was very quiet, maybe two other tables. I am guessing this is more of a work day lunch place, but it should't be. Again good quality food, only thing I was thrilled with were the dumplings, they were a bit greasy. Panang curry was tasty and a little bit of heat but not too much. Lots of veggies in all the dishes, on friend had one of the specials, it was another curry large portion and good taste. It's a great alternative to some of the over priced places on Michigan Avenue. Definitely worth trying if your in the neighborhood.

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EE
Washington DC
5 reviews
Dined on January 12, 2019
Overall 5Food 5Service 5Ambience 5

Went there on a snowy night in January, and despite the crazy weather, the service was very attentive. Great place for basic Thai Food at a good price. Each of us really liked our meals which came with generous portion sizes (definitely enough for leftovers). Would have been better if they served alcohol, but their fruity hot tea hit the spot.

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