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Happy Belated Father’s Day!!
Hope everyone had a wonderful weekend. We didn’t do anything too exciting, got to just kind of hang out, so I’ll count that as a good thing! On Saturday around lunch time our stomachs led us to Lulu’s. Though we already frequent Lulu’s, I realized I’ve never done an official blog post about them (other than some take out awhile ago), so I whipped out my iPhone and got to snapping … Okay, I guess I would have done that either way …
Anyways - allow me to share the deliciousness that is Lulu’s in case you’ve not been there for yourself. And if you have, you know just what I’m talking about.
Lulu’s Thai Noodle Shop
Lulu’s is located in the Crossroads at 2030 Central Street right across the street from Crossroads Coffeehouse and just down the street from the new Café Gratitude (which is in Lulu's old location).
And if it isn’t obvious already, they serve up a delicious Thai menu. Their hours are Monday - Friday: 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., Saturday: 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., and Sunday: 12 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Little known fact for vegans … upon request, you can ask for a vegan menu and they will give you a list of their vegan friendly menu items. It’s quite extensive too, so you will have plenty of delicious options without feeling limited, I promise!
Erik and I got two menu items to share. First up … drunken noodles (one of our favorites!) which consists of …
“Wide rice noodles wok-tossed with Thai basil, peanuts, bean sprouts, scallions, Chinese broccoli, lemongrass, green and red bell peppers” You can get optional protein, but we love it with just the noodles and veggies.
Along with whas se-ew pak, which is a rice dish that consists of:
“Fresh vegetables stir-fried in a sweet garlic and ginger soy sauce sprinkled with sesame seeds”.
Delicious, and delicious!
If you haven’t yet been to Lulu’s, you’re missing out. Go there, eat, and enjoy!
After lunch, as per Saturday afternoon tradition, we hit upLittle Freshie and walked around the Westside while enjoying our snow cones on a hot, summer day.
For Father’s Day weekend, they had a wonderful new flavor of traditional root beer made with sassparilla, sassafrass & wild cherry bark. It was delicious!
Have a great rest of your week!!