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Chef Petal Joseph-Seale, an alum of Jody Adams’ Rialto, where she was executive sous, shows off a blend of her haute cuisine influences with a dash of flavors from her childhood in Trinidad at Lime, her neighborhood restaurant in Chelsea.

Billed as fusion cuisine, the menu has a mix of flavor-forward first and second courses that have one foot in tradition, like Caesar salads, mezze plates and burgers, with the other foot in international cuisine with flavors like tamarind, nuoc mam and ras el hanout. Stop by for dinner on weeknights and brunch on weekends, or grab a mix of small plates to share late night over a glass or bottle of wine from the adventurous wine list or a couple of fusion-friendly craft cocktails.

The cozy dining room features rich plum-colored walls with an upscale yet unfussy feel, with seating at banquet-style tables and high tops, and a large communal table, plus ample space at the marble-topped bar. To lime' in Trinidad is to spend time, play and eat with friends and family, and if you’re in Chelsea — just ten minutes from downtown Boston, and even less from Logan Airport — Lime is the spot to do just that.

73 Winnisimmet Street
Chelsea, MA 02150