Sugar, Spice and Everything Rice at TL’s Four Seasons for National Rice Month

TL's Four Seasons Chinese & Japanese Restaurant

As the most highly served item at TL’s Four Seasons, Chinese and Japanese restaurant, Owner/Chef Shawn Li pays tribute to the popular grain, rice, during National Rice Month in September. Served with traditional dishes or as a meal in Asia, rice will be the feature at TL’s as guests can choose between Japanese, Chinese or brown rice throughout the month to accompany any entrée or built into sushi rolls and nigiri.

Li has mastered cooking his signature menu favorites using all three types of rice. Known to have a more sticky texture and taste, the premium Japanese rice Li uses will compliment any Chinese classic dish or fresh sushi item such as the Hand Grenade or TL’s Sakura Roll. Li recommends that guests feasting on traditional Chinese signature dishes such as Kung Pao or Black Pepper Garlic Beef, choose the long grain Chinese rice or for a more nutritious, higher in protein option, brown rice.

Whether diners choose from Japanese, Chinese or brown rice, each dish can be customized to feature the sticky, chewy or all-natural grains for lunch, dinner and carryout. National Rice Month at TL’s will begin on Sunday, September 1 through Monday, September 30.

TL’s Four Seasons Chinese & Japanese Restaurant
110 West Bartlett Avenue
Bartlett, IL 60103

About Dana Hartung

A creative thinker, self proclaimed foodie and social media enthusiast, Dana Hartung loves being able to integrate her talents and interests into her everyday work at MJPR. A 2012 graduate from John Carroll University, Hartung holds a degree in Communications. Upon graduating, Hartung continued to develop her skills and passion for the evolving communications world and fast paced PR industry through her various internships and job roles before joining the MJPR team. In her spare time, the Pittsburgh native loves exploring the city, trying new restaurants, cooking, reading, traveling and spending time with her family, friends and her dog Peaches.

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