|(photo from yelp.com)|
Now, here's where I have to apologize because my food pictures are really lacking. It was one of those nights where I was eating dinner much later than usual and I was starving and we gulped down some food before I even thought to take a picture. Silly me. I CAN tell you that we started with the Thai lettuce wraps, which is something my mom and I like to try out at different places. M's had cubed grilled chicken, some sliced veggies, and two sauces to put on the wraps. My only caveat was that some of our lettuce was a bit limp, but by no means inedible. We definitely cleaned the plate.
For my entree, I ordered one of M's specialties - the Thai lahvosh. The lahvosh was amazing. My mom, the gluten free eater, thought it looked so good that she asked for a small bite just to try it. I am a big pan of Thai food and the tangy sauce on this lahvosh tasted like a bowl of Pad Thai. The cheese was gooey, the chicken was moist, and the veggies tasted fresh. My mother ordered the steelhead trout which was on special, and which you can sort of see at the top of my lahvosh picture. I did not take a picture of my mother's food because she laughed at me when I took a picture of my own food. My mom loved the trout, which came with vegetables and fingerling potatoes. She ate every last bite, while I took some lahvosh home to enjoy the next day.
We also decided to go ahead and splurge and ordered the mocha fudge torte for dessert to split. This dark chocolate torte is flourless and thick and fudgy and rich and is topped with strawberry amaretto sauce. We were in heaven, it was love at first bite. I already want to go back and order some gluten laden items with someone else that my mom couldn't eat. If you haven't been to M's, don't be a fool like me, and wait 20 odd years to go! Go NOW!