In Los Alamos, this is one of the few asian restaurants I would love to go again. So far we went there once. I ordered curry, which was really good. My husband ordered a seafood combination (#33), which is among the most expensive, but the flavor was odd and disappointing. However, he is still interested in going again and trying other dishes. The waiter was very friendly although we had to find him to take our order ( he was happily chatting with a customer). Overall speaking, I recommend this restaurant.
Vietnamese Food for lunch, Thai Food for dinner! I love it all! My family all loves it too! It's my favorite place in town to eat! I love the Red and Green Curries (Thai), the Spicy Eggplant (Thai), the Spicy Lemongrass Chicken Bowl (Vietnamese), the Thai Iced Tea, and all the appetizers!
It's sometimes hard to flag down a waitress who doesn't check how we're doing very often, and the price isn't spectacular, but not bad.
Authentic Thai food is difficult to come by in the Southwest, but we found it at Lemongrass and Lime, espeicially in the seafood salad #13. The food is amazing and we have never been disappointed. We also like having a choice on the level of spiciness and either chicken, beef or tofu in a dish. The only negatives about Lemongrass and Lime are that they are closed Saturdays and they do not serve our favorite Thai dessert, mango sticky rice.