Lime Fresh Mex­i­can Grill serves up fresh, tasty fare

The Palm Beach Post - Neighborhood Post - Central Palm Beach County - - Neighborhood Diner - By Jeff Ostrowski Palm Beach Post Staff Writer jostrowski@pb­post.com Twit­ter: @bio561

MENU

Lime Fresh Mex­i­can serves up the usual sus­pects— na­chos, ta­cos, bur­ri­tos, fa­ji­tas, sal­ads, soups and gua­camole. Lime Fresh serves an Amer­i­can­ized ver­sion of Mex­i­can fare, so there’s a plethora of choices: Taco shells, for in­stance, come in corn or flour and hard or soft va­ri­eties. Most menu items cost less than $13. A few types of bot­tled beers are avail­able.

AT­MOS­PHERE

Lime Fresh Mex­i­can op­er­ates a na­tional chain of ca­sual eater­ies. The new lo­ca­tion on Okee­chobee Boule­vard in­cludes a large din­ing room and a few ta­bles out­side. You or­der at the counter, then serve your­self from the salsa bar and wait for your ta­cos and bur­ri­tos to ar­rive. Lime Fresh also has lo­ca­tions on North­lake Boule­vard in Palm Beach Gar­dens and on State Road 7 west of Boca Ra­ton.

OUR FA­VORITE FOOD/PRICE

The fresh tor tilla chips were ex­cel­lent, and we liked the fish ta­cos (one for $3.50 or three for $7.49).

REA­SON TO GO

Quick ser­vice and af­ford­able prices.

SER­VICE

Friendly. This loc ation opened in March, and servers were out in force when we stopped by for a Satur­day-night din­ner.

NOISE LEVEL

Moder­ate. The restaurant was crowded dur­ing our visit, but we could carry on a con­ver­sa­tion.

KID FRIENDLY

Yes. The at­mos­phere is ca­sual, choices are plen­ti­ful and prices are mod­est.

CON­TRIB­UTED

Lime Fresh Mex­i­can op­er­ates a na­tional chain of ca­sual eater­ies. The new lo­ca­tion on Okee­chobee Boule­vard in­cludes a large din­ing room and a few ta­bles out­side.

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