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Baltimore’s Lemongrass Restaurant Offers Solid Vegetarian Takes on Thai Dishes
June 2, 2009, 12:54 am
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As promised in an earlier post (on Baltimore Restaurants who are limiting vegetarian options), I am starting a new category called “Bmore Veg”, where I aim to promote restaurants who do not exclude non-meat eating patrons.  Lemongrass Restaurant in upper fells point receives my latest commendation.

Lemongrass Pad Thai Tofu

Lemongrass Pad Thai Tofu, $9.95

Hip, elegant, modern, and fresh are just some of the common descriptors that can be found in a quick search for Lemongrass Restaurant in Baltimore, but I’d like to offer another one: vegetarian-friendly.  Herbivores will quickly find themselves at home amongst the slew of vegetarian appetizers, soups, salads, entrees and desserts.  I certainly wouldn’t call it authentic Thai, but overall the food is tasty, the portions are fair and the prices are reasonable.

My vegetarian Pad Thai, pictured here, was a little heavy on the Tofu and it could have used an extra vegetable or two, but the dish was enough for multiple meals  and I would definitely have it again.  Lemongrass can get crowded on weekends, so I recommend going during the week and sitting at the bar for personal service.  My only complaint is that they do not have eco-friendly take out containers.

For a link to Lemongrass, CLICK HERE.

For information about how incorporating vegetarian meals into your diet is better for the environment and your health, find out more at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Heath: CLICK HERE.

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