I'll sum up first: my experience matched that of the other reviewers. Long Grain Cafe is a gem.
My family loves Thai and Asian fusion cooking, and the eclectic menu was a challenge--what to choose? After all, any menu that offers both Mongolian Beef and Shrimp & Grits is making some serious promises, and it was hard for me to narrow down from five choices to one.
I won't keep you here--no doubt you have lots to do, so let's cut to the chase: it was all excellent. The flavors on all the dishes were well balanced, the ingredients were fresh, everything was cooked correctly, and the service was attentive. The portions were more than sufficient, and it's nice to find a restaurant that provides enough rice to allow me to sop up the sauce at the end. The bill came to about $30 dollars for the three of us. That's about 66% of the cost of a standard chain casual dining house--and you won't get fed nearly as well there as you will at Long Grain Cafe.
I can't speak to the breakfast and lunch aspects of service, but I have no reason to doubt that they're every bit as good as dinner. I wish I didn't live 400 miles away, because it limits my ability to visit again--and again. (You'll have to do it for me, okay?)
I've included photos of my dish and my son's. I didn't get a photo of my wife's dish because, as I've said elsewhere, sometimes the fork is faster than the photographer.
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