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Lemon Leaf

Turner Road  

  • 02226429193, 02226511217, 02226551291, 02232209193
  • 4, Carlton Court, Junction of Turner Road and Pali Hill, Turner Road, Bandra West, Mumbai
  • Pan-Asian
  • Meal for 2 - 1500
3.6

58 Reviews / 58 Ratings

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PAN ASIAN HEAVENLY FOOD

Whether you sit indoors or out doors. You are bound to like this place at one go. I have been here many times and each time i have enjoyed the food.

I love their khaosuey, and dimsums. You can try their menu has vast variety of Pan Asian food. What I like is that the common ones are kept at bay. Those who want to eat less there is good options available for small meals.

Deserts are worth having. I still remember I went here for lunch with my friends and we were stomach full and we decided we will not have any desert. But when their server came with a tray of deserts, we could not say no and each one of us ended up ordering the food.

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Great place for a lunch out!

I've been here tons of times and am still to find something on the menu that I don't like. My favourite feature on the menu are the 'Big Stirfry Bowls' - a customer preference based combination of rice/noodles, vegetables/meat and sauce. I always opt for the Chicken Rice Noodles with Chilli Garlic Coriander Sauce which makes for a lightweight meal during brunch hours.

In terms of starters - the Som Tam (papaya salad) and Bangkok Crispy Chicken is highly recommended. The steamed dumplings are great too!

The Khausuey here is good, though some people I know claim that it lacks the authentic flavour. I particularly enjoy the Vietnamese Pho over here - a sort of broth with lots of vegetables and choice of meat.

What makes Lemon Grass a winner is the dessert platter that the waiters carry around. Their dessert menu features everything from Red Velvet Cheesecake, to Tiramisu, to Choco lava Cake and Mud Pies. Take your pick because everything tastes great!

The waiters in their floral shirts are always smiling, obliging and helpful.

Lemon Grass makes for a great meal!

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deepajh

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February 06,2014

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One of Bandra's best Casual Dining

Lemongrass Cafe is the best little place for a satisfying south east Asian meal at a casual dining restaurant. The basa with dry red chilly as an appetizer is my all-time favorite. They have noodle bowls which are a mix of rice/noodles, meat/veggies/tofu all stir fried in your choice of sauce - black bean is my favourite. Their crab meat soup is to die for. The khow suey is a velvety flavourful delight. They even have a noodles with minced chicken chilly basil that is outstanding. Their wine cocktails are too sweet but red wine sangria is excellent. All the ingredients are top notch and all their curries and sauces are superb. The staff never hurries you and is good with recommendations. Love this place!

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Great Vibes!

This small but hustling place is a must to eat at. Great food, excellent ambience. A bit tight in terms of space and a gets a tad uncomfortable if one gets a table right next to the washroom.
From the starters to the main course, each dish we ordered had its own charm. The Satay Chicken and the Thai Green Curry Rice were excellent. Amongst the 4 desserts we ordered, barring the chocolate truffle the rest - blueberry cheesecake, red velvet cake and tiramisu were strictly ok.

Again a reasonable eat out place for oriental lovers.

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Best light dinner in a while

I was here on the 31st Dec for dinner and the place was unusually empty. Seated in the ac section, inside, the music was a tad loud and more than a little annoying. The staff was prompt at the start of the meal and willingly brought out wine samples to be tasted. Sadly, they were far from the correct temperature or tasted corked.

Dinner included the Crispy fried tiger prawns, Classic som Tam and a Tossed chicken stir fry with brown rice. Each of these stood out in their own way. For dessert, we tried the Tiramisu, which was more cream than cake, though the beautiful aroma and taste of espresso rounded it off nicely.

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good chinese n pocket friendly

lemon grass is located on turner road,it a very small eatery but very well decorated.
i find the outside sitting area very nice n cozy.but the inside ac section is pretty dark with a bar,i don't particularly like it
But the food is outstanding.the variety they have in vegetarian food is good.good starters,amazing clear broth soup,the rice n noodles were both very good even the vegetable was good,they offer a nice variety of bowls which u can choose on your own.
over all a good deal on food n ambience.

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nikkik

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November 29,2013

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worst Thai meal in my life

Went last for the first time after hearing good reviews abt the place. Thoroughly disappointed. Pad Thai was the worst I have ever had. Nothing like an authentic Thai noodle dish This was grossly red with tomato and food colour , with zucchini and raw babycorn .Whoever heard of that in Pad Thai? I should know I cater and have lived in Thailand. The prawns with morning glory was a brown mush with no trace of morning glory. Saving grace was fried rice, which just isnt enough to warrant a repeat visit since China Gate is a much better bet for chinese food. all the food was unacceptable.

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2.0

always noisy

Been here a couple of times.. But this place has always been noisy..have tried spinach dimsums which were just about OK. Khaw suey was nice.. Dint really enjoy the phad Thai..way too sweet..and peanut overload..a real turn off .. The red wine sangria was OK.. Was an average experience like always but will still go again

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2.0

always noisy

Been here a couple of times.. But this place has always been noisy..have tried spinach dimsums which were just about OK. Khaw suey was nice.. Dint really enjoy the phad Thai..way too sweet..and peanut overload..a real turn off .. The red wine sangria was OK.. Was an average experience like always but will still go again

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4.0

Thai delight!

Lemongrass... a cozy little restaurant located at the junction of the Turner road and pali hill road. Thr ambience is pleasant and done up in a lush Green colour. Staff is polite, attentive and helpful. We started with the crab meat soup which was delicious, delicately flavoured with a generous amount of crabmeat. Next came the Bangkok chicken with basil or something which was fiery with distinct basil undertones and crunchy peppers. For mains we had the velvety burmese khow suey chicken. Man, this was the star of the meal! True to it's name it was velvety, rich and so so flavourful.. the portion in one word was ginormous!! Even though we called for a one by two, it could easily be shared among three people! It was loaded with thin rice noodles, a rich flavorsome coconut curry, big chunks of boiled chicken and crunchy veggies. The condiments however were somewhat limited, being served in a small quarter plate. We ended the meal with their signature chocolate lava cake, and for sure this was one hell of an end to an awesome meal!! The cake was somewhat crispy on the outside with delicious hot melted chocolate on the inside. It wasn't insanely sweet and had a perfect balance and all the right things to put a big smile on your face! :-) the manager was helpful with the suggestions and also suggested their stir fry veggies with rice.. that's on my list for the next time however as there's only so much one can hog on in one visit! This place is a must visit for some delicious oriental cuisine in a cozy decor with a warm service! Also on the menu are some great looking wines and wine cocktails that are very appealing to a wine lover.. so lemongrass definitely gets my vote!

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Dilliwallah Lemon Grass

I am in love with dumplings...a friend of mine suggested this place....
The menu looked very average... And I felt so was the food...
We ordered a veg dumpling platter... And i was disappointed... Minus the oriental sauces the dumplings tasted bland...
The saving grace was the ambience, a hardcore Dilliwalah like me felt unusually lively...
But for any Mumbaikar it was nothing new.. So my advice, look around and I am sure you will find a better place.

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J S, BD

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September 02,2013

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Swadikaaaaa!

Simple setting yet great food is what they believe in at Lemon Grass. Have always had a fantastic experience gorging on Thai delicacies here. The soups are great..have tried all..the big stir fry bowls are good value for money. Here, Thai food is clearly beyond the green and the red curry....whatever you order from the menu--will be excellent in tatse. The service is quick and its always full (sign of its fan following:-))

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Good Thai Food available at reasonable prices

Been to this place just once in June 2013 and loved the oriental food!

It was Thai for me & my friends!! Loved the soups and vegetable preparation style.. Staff is friendly and accommodating. Food is also reasonably priced and parking is available. However its a small place (AC section) and so on weekends and evenings you will find it busy!! So be ready for some waiting time.. and do eat sada paan from the paanwala just outside at the entrance, it is good too!! :-P

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Worth a go for sure

Lazy Saturdays (and event Sundays) are wonderful things. They’re a bit slow off the blocks, meander a bit pointlessly and the only thing I hate about lazy weekends is that they’re gone too soon! Why is it that it takes so long to get from Monday to Saturday but next to no time to go from Saturday to Monday? It’s a criminal injustice! The good thing about the lazy weekend is it leaves you to find things to occupy your time (and day) with, and I found myself on the doorstep of Lemon Grass Café on one such Saturday, a new old place I was yet to try.

At one time, Lemon Grass Café was a few shops away from where it is right now (it was where Gloria Jeans is now, I believe) and Pot Pourri used to be on the Lemon Grass’ location. I loved Pot Pourri, and always promised myself I’d give Lemon Grass a go, but never did. Laziness I think can be mainly blamed for that inaction on my part. No matter; better late than never, as they say.

I had heard great things about the Tom Kha on offer here, and so a chicken Tom Kha made its way to my table inevitably. Thai food is rarely enjoyable or authentic at most restaurants, but Lemon Grass’ version was creamy and smooth, full of life and flavor. If most Chinese soups attack your palate with their spice, flavor and sheer intensity, this Tom Kha was much more gentle, just dancing lightly on your tongue as you polish off the entire bowlful before you know it. It was, for me, the highlight of the meal. I wouldn’t mind returning only for this one dish, which tells you everything you need to know. The Nasi Goreng and Burmese Khao Suey are also highly rated by my buddies, so a second trip need not be made only for the Tom Kha.

My friend and I ordered a glass of Rose wine each (Yellowtail) and we sampled the Sula wine alongside before settling on it. I tried the Yellowtail first, since I knew what to expect with the Sula wine. The former was much softer in its flavor, the sharpness of the acidity one tends to associate with these wines was noticeable by its absence in the Yellowtail. Could it just be my imagination? A quick swish of water to clear my palate followed, and my thoughts were confirmed. The Sula cost less than the Yellowtail, but with it you get what you pay for, namely a decent accompaniment for your meal, but not one that is as good as the Yellowtail. Make of that what you will.

I went for the Garlic Prawns with lemon butter sauce, rice and assorted vegetables (it was listed as one of the Chef’s recommendations) and to be frank I was left a little bit underwhelmed. The portion was not that much, if I’m being frank, and the flavor of the dish was not enough to make up for that (very mild) disappointment. It was nice, not great, with the rice having a slightly sticky quality. I’m not sure that was fully intended, but I believe that the mildness of the dish turned me off. I love flavorsome dishes, with an aroma that stays with you long after you’re done. The Garlic Prawns was not that, but to be fair, I should have expected better what with the condiments that went into its making.

My buddy went for the veg stir fry and I didn’t have much of it, save for some of the rice that came with it and it was alright, but one spoonful (or two) of rice alone is not enough to talk about a dish, thus I shall refrain. The Tiramisu was up next (sweet dreams are made of great Tiramisu) and to be frank, this wasn’t anything to write home about either. That’s not to say it wasn’t worth it (it was just Rs. 125 bucks), but I’d have enjoyed Lemon tarts from Hearsch more or even any of the desserts from the nearby Candies. That’s my take on it.

Lemon Grass is an easy recommendation to make. Damages for 2 came to Rs. 1800 (2 glasses of wine + 1 Tom Kha + 1 main each + 1 dessert) and that’s not too bad, really. Certain elements of the meal did disappoint me, but not enough not to warrant a second chance for Lemon Grass. Steer clear of the desserts unless you absolutely must, and do savor their wines. They seem to have a good collection. Bon Appetit!

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Why did I not come here before???

I am not a very big fan of Thai food, primarily due to my bad experiences earlier at other outlets. My perception for the past years was that Lemon Grass was only a Thai outlet, until I landed there on the insistence of friends this past weekend. I was pleasantly surprised looking at the menu, to find Chinese & Indonesian recipes on offer as well.

On a Sunday evening, in a rainy Bandra, the outlet was full to the brim and I thanked my friends for arriving ahead of me and getting a table ;)

A fried of mine loves the Burmese Chicken Khowsuey here, and between the three of us, we also decided to get some appetizers and soup and another main portion as well. The order was for a Tom Yum Soup (1 by 2), A Crispy Black Pepper Bassa, the Khowsuey (1 by 2) and Chicken Nasi Goreng. For drinks, there was a cucumber, mint & lemon grass cooler, and one red wine sangria and lemongrass special sangria each.

First, let me express my surprise for the portions. They are huge. The Indian tendency to almost double the quantity when serving two half helpings clearly showed. There was supposed to be one big bowl of Khowsuey, and there were two instead for the price of one. Same for the Tom Yum Soup. Needless to say we were not able to finish it all.

The Tom Yum soup was spicy, just like it should have been, with liberal pieces of Chicken. Spice enough to give me some solace from my cold for a while. The Bassa was done very well as well, and went away in no time. While I was still struggling to go through these two, the Khowsuey & the Nasi Goreng arrived. While my friends went for the Khowsuey, I went for the rice. One of the two bowls of Khowsuey was gone in 30 minutes. I sampled the other one, and it was done very nicely. No hint of extra coconut milk, a smell I don't exactly love so much (blame it on my past experiences!!)

The Nasi Goreng was liberal with the eggs, the grease and had 2-3 sticks of chicken satay along. It was hot and spicy, and perfect comfort food for a rainy evening. I think I wolfed down about half of this big bowl by myself.

The drinks, I tasted the cucumber, mint & lemon grass cooler. It was on the ball with each of the 3 flavors coming out in the drink. Just like the other reviews state, it was a very good drink. My Sangria, which was the lemongrass special sangria in white wine, was reasonably good, but not great. Somewhere like a 3.5/5 you may say.

Between this food, we did not have the appetite for dessert anymore, so we stopped short of trying any. I'd come back here anyday for the Nasi Goreng and try out the dimsums as well while at it!

As for the bill, Club Burrp came to help and got me a smart 15% discount on the food and non-alcoholic beverages.

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Value for Money

Visted the place for lunch. Nice place, very pleasant. The options were good, and the food was graet. The waiter's were a bit slow, but courteous in their attendance to our table. They managed our large group pretty well, and the desserts were also great. Value for money.

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4.0

Good experience!

It was the first time.ww thought to give it a try and being a foodie and explorers. .me nd my husband prefers to try out new restaurants. Thank god, we entered this, as this was my hubbys bday and didnt wanted our evening to go fail.. My hubby ordered Malaysian Rice and I ordered chicken haka noodles with hunan gravy.. it was worth visiting. .wouldn't mind to go there again..!! Good taste food generally pull us and Lemon Grass, indeed out of those.! (Thumbs up)

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Very definitely NOT Thai food !!

Visiting Mumbai (from Rayong in Thailand) I was delighted by the name and read of the menu. We ordered Massaman & Phad Thai with shrimps. Guests with me ordered a mix of Chinese and some other dishes. The Thai food served at Lemon Grass is a huge disappointment. Massaman means a thick gravy (easily done with the use of flour) with a touch of fish sauce and a generous flavor of roasted peanuts. Coconut milk delivers a light creamy look/feel. Cheap, easy to prepare its tossed up at hawker stalls & boutique restaurants in Thailand. None of this was evident at the Lemon Grass on Turner Rd, Bandra in their serving of Massaman. It tasted like a regular English stew with no resemblance whatever to the name or description on the menu. I'd need to be quite mad to even call it "Conti-Thai". Also, if it is Conti-Thai Massaman maybe the menu needs to warn food lovers of this; given how different this version is from what is advertised on the menu !! As for the meat pieces one needed a microscope to scoop these out from the pot !! The Pad Thai was oily and rather than bunch-up on the plate inviting one to dig in the noodles spilled flat all over the plate in an oily mess - thanks to swimming in hot oil for far longer than required. 4 tiny shrimps which I used my microscope to spot, came with the serving. The Lemon Grass rendition of Thai food is anything but Thai. Maybe "conti", maybe "desi", maybe possible "dreamy", whatever......My guests believe that the Chinese is passable and what goes as Continental is tolerable. Maybe guests need to try these and steer clear of the Thai food at this restaurant. This once popular outlet has not lived up to its early days & reputation. After all people simply want the name on a menu to bear some resemblance to the promised taste. This is not so with the Thai food at Lemon Grass.

On the plus side the location is great and tables readily available.

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thumbs up!

good food..great range..a must visit for some great Chinese conti thai food.

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Soul food

I go here regularly when I'm in need of some soul food. I usually stick to the same menu, but every now and again, I try something different.

What I like: The consistently great food, the generous portions, the ambience
What I dont: The staff who seems lost or like they couldn't really care less. The disappointing dessert selection and the poor choice of wines.

What I think you should try here: The seafood khowsuey (easily serves 2), the beef pho bowl, the som tam (raw papaya salad) and the in spite of my misgivings about the desert line up the raspberry cheese cake.

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Amazing Thai

Thai food has become one of my favs and a couple of weeks ago, I visited Lemon Grass with my family. Most of the food was divine.

We started off with the war papaya salad which was very fresh and was like a burst of flavor in your mouth. The crunch of the peanuts, acidity from the dressing and the freshness of the papaya really worked well together.

We then ordered the spinach and ricotta cheese dumplings (steamed) and the veg wontons (fried). Both the dishes were fantastic, each accompanied with a dipping sause that complemented the flavours beautifully.

For the main course, we ordered thai green curry with prawn chilly rice and veg khowsey. This is the only thing that was a tad bit disappointing. The curry was very thick and the flavour was very strong, unlike the authentic thai curry. The Prawn rice was made well though. The Khowsey was also cooked perfectly.

Despite the disappointing thai curry, I will definately visit this place again. If you are looking at experiencing good thai food, I think Lemon Grass does a great job.

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chocodip

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December 04,2012

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A pretty decent experience

I visited Lemon Grass for the first time on the 16th of November and had a fairly decent meal there. The star of the meal was the wild mushrooms dumpling in a veg broth, absolutely divine! We also tried the shiitake and water chestnut dumplings which were average and then the Pad Thai Noodles that were extremelyyy spicy! I simply lost my palate after having so much chilli, it was way overboard! Must state though, that the Noodles had fresh and delicious vegetables in them and the portions were pretty decent too. All in all, if it weren't for the excessive chillies, I'd definitely come back for the dumplings and perhaps try something else! It's a tiny cosy place and nothing fancy, you can walk in with shorts if that pleases you so. I just want to add one more thing that I was disappointed with the Melon and White Wine Sangria. It didn't have that fruity punch and just tasted like regular wine. Hope you can improve your drinks section and recommend us something non-spicy next time!

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5.0

All good

It's impossible to get over the green Thai curry and the Pad Thai noodles. The best part is that the yummiest of desserts are brought to your table to choose from. The whole idea is captivating. The ambiance is all so soothing and nice. Indeed a pretty place to be at. Thankfully, they are not exorbitantly priced.

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MY FAVOURITE RESTAURANT!!!

Delicious food. Lovely bold flavors. Easy-going casual ambience.

I love restaurants, which I can just walk in casually dressed, serves up food that's just foodpornolicious. Lemongrass is one such go-to-anytime restaurants that I love. Though it is a tad on the steep side considering their portions are only good for 2.

The ambience is casual, so you can go in chappals and shorts and not feel out of place, the good part is that they have a covered outdoor section with Air coolers, which makes it good enough to sit, even on a sunny afternoon. Though, the sounds from the traffic can be irritating. So if you're looking for a quite lunch/dinner, sit inside. The service definitely needs improvement, but the staff know the dishes on the menu, unlike at other places where the waiters have no clue!

Now let's talk food. All they food packs in a punch of flavors, that explode in your mouth. A lot of it coming from fragrant spices like ginger, lemongrass and Asian spices. I love the fact they have these Big Bowls with noodles/rice, a gravy and veggies/meat of your choice. All of their portions are only good enough for 2 people.

They're steamed dumplings are heavenly. And I'm glad they have much much more than the done-to-death and boring regular steamed chicken dumpling. Even for the veggies they have so many options. So no more eating tasteless steamed Ghaas-poos!! Yay!!!

Also I must give these 2 dishes a special mention: A) Banana leaf chicken and Burmese Khowsuey with rice noodles.

Oh and, i really wish they had Thai or other Asian desserts apart from the usual cheese cake/ Caramel Custard. That would really be nice.

MUST EAT:
1. Banana Leaf Chicken
2. Malaysian Style Dumplings
3. Lemon Jasmine Ice Tea
4. Burmese Khowsuey with rice noodles.
5. ANY Dumpling
6. Phad Thai Noodles
7. Nasi Goreng
8. Chicken Satay
9. BIG Noodle Bowls- Choose your own combo.

HAPPY EATING! :)

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November 13,2012

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delicious and reasonable

to start off their butter garlic prawns are yummy ! for the main course we ordered a khow suey.What surprised me is that the waiter actually suggested we order only one , because the quantity is too much..we ordered a raspberry cheese cake and one other chocolate dessert which were pretty good..so for one starter , one main course and two desserts the bill was only Rs 800 ! and we actually ended up taking home a doggy bag ! the ambience is quant and comfortable , definitely to my liking !

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Superb Food

Wanted to badly eat burmese khaosuey one afternoon after a hectic start of the day and hence i landed at lemon grass with one of my colleagues.

Ordered my favorite and Lo the waiter brought the big beautiful big bowl of coconutty goodness . My comfort food with loads of veggies and noodles.

Yummy. they are also quite generous with their garnishes. the fried garlic and caramalised onion along with the warm and coconutty soup... too good..

Great! I guess its time to head to Lemon Grass again!

Cheers

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Good comfort food

Went there last night with my colleagues/friends who keep raving about the food here. We started with a raw papaya salad which was nice and tangy and was topped with ground nuts. Prawn momos were very light with subtle flavours. For main course I ordered a crispy basa with black bean sauce and steamed rice. Basa wasn't the way I expected it to be and neither was it crispy still I liked it. Thankfully the black bean sauce wasn't too spicy either.

The lava cake is a must try from their dessert platter. Please avoid chocolate cheese cake.

Service is decently quick but the only problem is the strong seafood smell. Those who don't eat seafood might have a problem with that.

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My Perpetual Haunt

Lemon Grass is my customary watering hole and I'm happy to say its a place which has always made feel, in order of importance, content (with respect to their food) and welcome (with respect to their service). Some of the dishes here are first-rate (I haven’t sampled all of them yet). My personal favourites include, among others, the Grilled Chicken with Thai Curry and Jasmine Rice, the Shitake Mushroom and Water-Chestnut Dumplings as well as the Chicken Satay. My only qualm is that the quality of the Chicken Phad Thai Noodles (the reason I first ventured into Lemon Grass) has rather violently retrogressed. Still, this certainly remains a place I’d recommend to a friend.

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Taste is going down

Visited this place, after a gap of 1.5 years.

Sadly, even though the food quality is pretty much the same what is hampered is the taste. Found the food to be a bit spicier and a whole lot oilier.

Might go back for their warm soups and yummy deserts.

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No MSG / Aginomoto :)

Quality - 5
Quantity for two - 5
Ambiance - 5
Service - 5
Price - 5

800 bucks for 3 chicken items value for money .

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Good varitety.

I visited Lemon grass for lunch with parents. Ordered Tom Yum soup. Was good but not spicy as people have said here. For starters ordered chilly straw potato, paneer in dry red chilly. Both had similar sauce so order one out of it. Was ok, nothing extraordinary. Then ordered shitake mushroom and chestnut dumpling. It was ok but really dips were awesome. Then in main course went for khauoswe with noodles. It is like a huge dish and only for 285. There was a bowl of curry. bowl of noodles and some accompaniments. You mixed by yourself according to your taste. But curry was too sweet and very high on coconut flavour. So if you like sweet then only order. Also ordered stir fry in chili garlic coriander sauce with rice. Was decent. Could be better if had more flavors. And the best was lemon ice tea. All this for 1500 rs. Not bad not gr8.

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Xxplozive

8 Reviews

February 25,2012

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Dinner with large group

Have been here several times and mostly my experience had been good. The waiters are honest when you ask for recommendations and the spice levels can be adjusted from mild to moderately spicy. The only thing that was Very spicy was the
Tom yum soup. Their ice tea is expensive but worth having. Also try the chilli coriander sauce with exotic vegetables.

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February 21,2012

3.8

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Good food at a decent price

I am a lemon grass fan....a few dishes i've really enjoyed are spinach dimsims, thai green curry, and the chilly paneer starter(spicy).....the food has always been great. The only scope of improvement is on soups(esp. thai soups).....A place worth trying....would not be dissapponted. Has good service too.

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Needs to buck up

I dine at Lemon Grass quite often and my order, almost always, is the same. However, my last few visits left me a tad bit disappointed. I was there last night and dinner was just ok. They make this really nice aam panna drink... used to be my favourite... "used to" being the important words. Now it tastes completely synthetic so I settled for Apple Lemonade which was ok. Then comes their som tam salad. Again it used to be absolutely delicious. Now, it's too spicy and their kind of kanjus with the peanuts. This is the third time I've dined there and the salad wasn't up to the mark. Lastly, there's the khowsuey which was just right yesterday and thankfully so because my previous two visits made me wonder why I ordered it in the first place.

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October 10,2011

1.8

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Deducted extra money after 1 month !

I had been here sometime in September and had a good meal. I remember paying by my credit card and not leaving a tip since they have a service charge.
One month later, they deduct Rs. 80 from my account !!
I was shocked and called them to ask them the reason, they were rude and said they didn't do it. I asked to speak to their manager and they didn't let me.
I said I'll have to complain to the bank, they said go ahead, we don't care.

Bad attitude for a place that has had such good reviews.

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September 22,2011

4.0

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Good food....worth visiting

Went to Lemon Grass for the first time. A very good experience. The staff was very polite and took good care of us. The service was also very prompt and I am some one who dosen't like to wait for my food to be served.

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September 15,2011

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Excellent food and service

I'll definitely be returning here regularly. The staff was courteous, prompt and informative / helpful, the highlight was however the food and better still is that it's real value for money. 5 stars from me!!!

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Will go here again

We entered and we felt at home. it was a small reunion of friends and we wanted to go some place special and cozy. We sat outdoors at Lemon Grass in mid afternoon. It was quiet pleasant. Though indoors is also neatly decorated with east Asian compliments.
We loved the mini meals variety for both non-veg and veg category. The quantity of food even for a mini meal is fabulous and can be shared among two. But if you have a big appetite don't bother sharing.
The service was quick and staff very courteous. We were eying the desert shelf at far corner of the restaurant. But we loved it when our plates were cleared and one of their staff simply displayed the day's desert. One can read from the menu and not find it interesting. Someone dieting would simply walk away but when someone displays such lovely desert who can say no.
All of us quickly chose the deserts we wanted and within seconds it was in front of us. Please continue doing this and I will keep visiting.

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An all time favorite!

Food: 5/5 (Desserts: 6/5) ;)
Ambiance: 4/5
Service: 4/5

If one is ever in Bandra, and hungry, then there sure are a lot of places to satiate that hunger. However, if one is in Bandra, and hungry, there is only one place that satiates the soul!
You just cannot go wrong when you go to Lemon Grass.

Its located at one of Bandra's busiest corner (right besides Gloria Jeans Coffee). Earlier the outside area was open-air. However, better sense prevailed and now the management has made a sort of transparent plastic-acrylic partition, with air conditioning. So you now get the best of both worlds- Air-conditioning as well as the view of aamchi Mumbai doing what it does best - running from one place to the other!

Talking about the food. I usually start with 'stack of chilly straw potato'. These are basically thin potato sticks fried and mixed up with a spicy-sweet red gravy. Very tasty! I'd also recommend the 'cottage cheese tossed with red chillies'. My non-vegetarian friends highly recommend the chicken wings. Hey...tell you what...ordering more than one starter never killed anyone ;)

For the main course I usually end up ordering the burnt garlic rice along with the cottage cheese and babycorn in black bean sauce -- a delightful combination indeed. If you are like me and tend to over eat when you'r with your group of friends, then you better order extra portions! Over the year I have noticed a definite decrease in portion sizes at this place. Moving on, the Pad-thai noodles are very nice. They are in a dish in itself and you can have the noodles as it is; alternatively pair it up with the Thai green curry. The khowsuey here is not bad - however I personally prefer the one at one of my other Bandra favorites- Mosate.

At lemon grass they keep a very nice peanut sauce on the table. This is something that you just have to taste for yourself! It pairs well with almost all of the dishes and especially the starters!

The Lemon iced teas are refreshingly nice. They seem to infuse 'real' tea instead of that lipton crap. The slushes here are good too.
All the desserts here, especially the blue berry cheese cake is to die for.

The service is decent. Fairly attentive if not too crowded. They are always willing to help with suggestions and are fairly knowledgeable with the menu.

So all in all, this is a great place to just sit back, relax and enjoy some tasty asian food (Chinese/ Sri Lankan/ Indonesian/ Burmese/ Malaysian/ Singaporean), which even fans of the unique 'indian - style - chinese taste' will approve with a smack of the lip! ;)

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Food is the saviour

The pelting rains were making it difficult for me and my comrades to find a place to dine and atlast there we see at the corner of the street a restaurant called Lemon Grass. So we quickly hop in the restaurant to sit at a nice cozy corner table at the outside area but here comes my waiter saying that I cannot occupy the corner table because it’s meant for a bigger group. Well I understand if I’m refused to be given my desired table if the restaurant is full or if there are people in waiting but the restaurant is empty! I requested the waiter if he could allow us use the corner table but he only just refused us. This is atrocious! Rule number 1: Do not refuse the customer. So I take my seat at some other table.

The décor is Asian with miniatures of Buddha and statues alike with a cool and light ambience. A cute looking young dude sings & plays songs on his rhythm guitar as you enjoy the South East Asian cuisine. I must mention this lad’s husky-heavy voice reminds me of Brian Adams’ hits. I suggest you sit at the inside area for a more comfortable dining experience because the noisy honking street could get disturbing.

The food here is vinegar rich with varied types of sauces appealing to your palate. I’m sure even strong Indian palates will be impressed. The Shangai chilly chicken Rs.185 is chicken pieces with red chili, pandan leaves and peanuts is absolutely delightful. The highlights are the palatable crispy red chilies and well roasted groundnuts with the chicken make it interesting. The next starter is Cottage cheese tossed with red chilly costing Rs.175 is a hot-sweet-tangy tasty Paneer on your plate. In the main course I ordered Burnt garlic and spinach rice Rs.130 which was nicely flavored dry rice. So I ordered a gravy along with the rice called Exotic vegetables & Tofu in Sichuan chilly sauce costing Rs.225. I started eating my rice item with the gravy as an accompaniment and there my friend says in a loud voice, “Where is the Tofu in the gravy?” when I asked them about the Tofu, they apologetically say that it is not available. My friend lambasted on them saying, “I ordered this dish only for the Tofu and you say there is no Tofu? Atleast inform us if there’s no Tofu!”So they then got us a few paneer cubes instead of the tofu. My Goodness Gracious! Had my friend not voiced out, these restaurant guys could have fooled us. Rule number 2: Do not fool the customer.

Their service was not good enough. Rule number 3: Good service is the underlying expectation. However the food is brilliant.
My rating for Lemon Grass is:
Ambience 7/10
Value for money 6/10
Service 5/10
Taste 9/10

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Worth a try!!!

A very well deserved food joint in Bandra and Suburbs, gives you a laidback and casual feel while dining , the menu is quite a welcome considering its Multinational background which takes you from Sri Lanka to Singapore, Malasyia to Thailand!!!
I rate it on following basis.
DRINKS: 3/5 with drinks like Cucumber Mojito, Green tea and honey iced tea which I had all i can say it was well fixed together quite refreshing .
AMBIANCE: : 3/5 : Very well done considering the theme but the tables and chairs are a bitt uncomfortable .
FOOD: 3/5 we had the Vegetable Thai Spring roll with sweet chilli sauce, the dip was simply stunning and coped up well with the roll, but the portion was one of the tiniest i have ever seen anywhere, and for the main course we had the Bangkok
cottage cheese gravy and the Korean corriander rice , which was pretty decent again but i strongly feel that the grave felt and tasted ordinary like the ones in the Local Chinese Restaurant.
SERVICE: 3/5 well considering me I am not tha fussy about service preffer being let alone , but if you preffer being served and well looked after donot expect it here, but the staff are quite polite.
VALUE FOR MONEY: 4/5 Worth a try a meal for 2 including 2 drinks{mocktails} , 1 starter, 1 maincourse burnt a hole of 1100 in my pocket , but worth a try!!!
might go back again!!

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Awesome food

Have been there several times ... great food & good ambiance at a reasonable price ... love going back each time.

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Always loved it!

Have been to Lemon Grass a couple of times before and I fell in love with it at first go! Yummy Chinese food, good ambiance & well priced...What more could one ask for?
On my last visit, I chose to start off my meal with the chilly straw potatoes which are absolutely delicious! Spicy and tangy, all at the same time..For Main course, we called for the Burnt Garlic Fried rice with the spicy chicken in Black Bean sauce..The rice was cooked to perfection, but sadly the gravy put me off a bit..Just because its black bean gravy, it doesn't mean that you have to put a fistful of black beans into it..They tasted really pungent and we literally had sort them out from our plate for 10 mins..
Other than that, no issues..Even though we sat in the outdoor area at 2pm in the afternoon, it wasn't hot! Overall our meal cost us about 600 which is in sync with the quantity & quality of food served :)

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April 26, 2011response from management at MITESH_RANGRAS:

hey sal2meet, greetings...firstly ,thanks so much 4 choosing lemongrass and we are really glad you liked it...also thanks for your honest feed back on the food....
it is our constant endeavor to improve our food and service standards and your feed back goes a long way in helpin us improve.
my mail id is miteshrangras@gmail.com...pls feel free to get in touch with me in case you have any feedback or suggestions to share.
thanks again.
Mitesh

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I PREFER THE MALAD BRANCH

Ambience: 3/5
No AC outside. It was like a furnace. The AC area has not more than 4 - 5 tables. I don’t recall any soothing (instrumental) music being played. The furniture in the Non -AC area didn’t have cushions. After 40 minutes or so your rear will hurt. Just wooden furniture. The menu wasn’t appealing; the presentation as very poor. Regular paper with a ‘difficult to comprehend’ font chosen to write prices against dishes.

Food Quality: 3/5
The meats (Chicken & fish) didn’t taste fresh. It tasted like they were pre-cooked and made warm just to serve. The Branch at Malad served us delicious food… The quality was incredible, fresh flavors and twisted blends. Very aromatic!

Food Quantity: 4/5
Yes the quantity was good; but not good enough for the costing.

Food Pricing: 3/5
The quality of rice and noodles was common. Nothing spectacular in comparison. You must know, the Malad branch offers the same menu and a lot more for better (lesser) prices, possibly because of the location; but, you won’t regret driving all the way there. They have a ‘Live Grill’ counter. You’re offered to pay approximately 290/- or 350/- per person; you can choose your meats – Chicken, Fish, Lamb and choose your sauces along with the veggies you want in your own dish. Best part – its unlimited. So you can first have your favorite meat. Then follow it with the next, if you have place for more, don’t skip the last option!

Service: 2/5
The waiters don’t understand English. No smiles. No welcoming gestures. They were busy talking amongst themselves in Marathi/hindi. They took 10 minutes to fill our glasses with water. Not appealing.

Will not visit the Bandra Lemon Grass again. The Malad Lemon Grass Branch is faaaarr more appealing in aaaaall aspects… Please try it!

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April 16, 2011response from management at MITESH_RANGRAS:

FIRST up, I'd like to apologise for the delay in the reply.... i'd like to inform you that the restaurants completely air conditioned for nearly a month now...more importantly i'd like to thank you for the feed back....it really helps us put things in perspective and improve our food, service and over all experience....i would like to request you to give us an opportunity to host you some time at lemongrass Bandra as and when you find the time...thanks again for your generous feed back...looking forward to seeing you at lemongrass bandra soon.<

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February 17,2011

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South East Asian confusion.

Well i have never been to lemon grass at bandra after the renovation so this was my visit there after a very long time. The ambiance outside surprised me, coz looking from the road one doesn't perceive it to be soft and comfortable, however since there was no place available we were seated inside. The first problem with the seating inside is that its just odd, less lighting and dull .. i think they need to figure to re-arrange or brighten up the place. Coming to drinks, honestly and this is my personal opinion that there should be more options for alcohol that just wine, coz quite frankly it does not go with the food, or at-least update your wine list to something better.

Getting down to food i first thing we wanted to try was the khao suey, which to us was the biggest disappointment. The moment it arrived on the table it looked and smelt all wrong, now i don't calm to be an expert but come-on i have had khao suey before and being a restaurant that serves south east Asian food this dish should be treated with some respect. The garlic rice, diced chicken gravy recommended to us was ok nothing exceptional. The paneer gravy in black bean sauce is another no-no. the only good food was the starter we ordered in paneer ( don't remember the name, it was something to do with dry chilli's ) .. Overall the not sure if the place left a repeat value in my mind but if i get a recommendations on the must try food i may go there again, simply coz i think it can do better!!

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Perfect Meal

My first visit here was with some friends and though remember food being nice, was paying more attention to conversation than meal.

This time was different - it wasn't Sally's(from Harry met Sally) orgasmic sandwich, but every bite was pretty close to being perfect. Chicken Noodle bowl with vegetables and black beans was just the right amount of spicey, you know where the taste lingers on your lips with a slight burn. Mrs. tried the Khoysuey soup with rice instead of noodles, and I dont think we spoke a single word to each other for first 5 mts of the meal for how good they both were.

My only negative mark would be that service was a little slow.. seemed a little short staffed and was hard to get server's attention. Still - would highly recommend.

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February 13, 2011response from management at MITESH_RANGRAS:

hello vishal,
firstly, thanks a lot for your kind patronage...
we at lemongrass are really glad that u and your wife liked the food...
and most importantly i'm really sorry that u didnt find the staff attentive enough....there arent really any excuses for unsatisfactory service ..
i hope we'll make it up to you the next time we see you.
its our constant endeavor to improve on our guests experience at lemongrass...
we have also launched a new menu at lemongrass bandra last nite...hoping u'll come and try our new delicaci

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Just like old times !!

Used to be a regular at Lemon Grass before it shut down few years ago...visited the place on saturday for the first time since its reopening in Bandra.
Must say that it maintains the same great ambience though the outside area can get noisy due to the non stop bandra traffic.
Food was very good...had the Tom Kha soup - not great but not bad..pepper garlic corn cream - excellent and cottage chese in bangkok sauce with korean rice- very good as well. The chocolate lava was a big let down though-not at all gooey as promised.
Overall,a very satisfying meal with a cool setting..reasonably priced too!! Will revisit for sure!!

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January 17, 2011response from management at MITESH_RANGRAS:

thank you so much for your kind patronage....
we at lemongrass take a lot of pride in having customers like yourself....and i'm really glad that u liked the space and the food.
looking forward to seeing you more often...coming up are our 1st anniversary celebrations next month...will surely keep you posted on the same.
my personal id is > miteshrangras@gmail.com...
incase theres any feedback u like to share on the place, please feel free to mail me.
c u around
mitesh

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Zesty!

Yesterday was the first time that I went to Lemon Grass in Bandra and I totally loved the ambience and open-air feeling. We weren't very hungry and we just wanted a late-night breezy and non-heavy dinner so we called for Tibetan chicken thuppa (soup with minced chicken, greens noodles and chillies) and chicken & coriander dim sums. The soup and dim sums were pretty good. I liked the soup; subtle spicy flavours and a strong taste of bamboo shoots. The dim sums served with the sauces were yummy! More than the food, we were quite taken with the golden-y ambience, the flowers placed in water within wooden bowls on every table and the green statues of the Buddha placed strategically around the place. The place is small and cosy and yet somehow space-y at the same time owing to the fantastic open-air ambience. There was a live guitarist as well who came to each table and played popular requests. We requested for Linger by the Cranberries :-) He has an awesome voice! It was one of my favourite dates so far. Oh yeah, how could I forget I saw Sameer Dattani there - he is SO cute! #Score! :-)

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January 6, 2011response from management at MITESH_RANGRAS:

hello,
am really glad u liked the place...its our endeavor to continue to do our best to keep it this way.
looking forward to seeing you around more often.
cheers.
team lemongrass

January 7, 2011response from management at Krypton15:

:-)

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enjoyable

Visted the place for an office lunch. Nice place, very pleasant. The options were good, and the food was also enjoyable. The waiter's were a bit slow, but courteous in their attendance to our table. They managed our large group pretty well, and the desserts were also lage. Value for money.

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January 6, 2011response from management at MITESH_RANGRAS:

thanks so much for patronising our restaurant.
in case of queries, bookings or complaints pls contact me on miteshrangras@gmail.com.
we'll be more than happy to be of any assistance to you.
cheers
team lemongrass.

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December 12,2010

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Cheats .

I ordered a veg fried rice and a cottage cheese in garlic sauce and I requested them thrice " avoid msg / aginomoto " was assured that it woud be taken care of , while eating i found out that " msg " " aginomoto " was present in the meal , i did tell the waiter about it , but he gave a "so what look " . The place is a bit expensive too .

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January 6, 2011response from management at MITESH_RANGRAS:

firstly apologies for responding so late, if u could tell me in detail about what happened as this is a very serious issue. we absolutely don't use ajinomoto in any of our food, hence its a little disturbing to read something like this...u cud mail me at miteshrangras@gmail.com...
thanks and apologies for the inconvenience caused.
regards.
team lemongrass

February 18, 2011response from management at boss21:

lol

February 18, 2011response from management at boss21:

i'm allergic to aginomoto the reaction take place in 3 hrs ..i suffer from gout

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a pleasant affair...

Went there on a Monday evening and was surprised to c it brimming with people at 9pm...Nice ambiance-soothing music and calm colors..attentive waiters...he also gave us some really good recommendations spinach dim sums,mushroom chicken dim sums,tom yum and tom kha soups were really well prepared.. chicken satay and shitake were well made.i quite loved their kiwi n guava coolers..musst try. (i just found the quantities really small for a meal of two) .. it left all of us little hungry..damages for 5 people- Rs 3000 inclusive of desserts( they don't serve alcohol)..go there for the authentic cuisine..
food- 4/5
service-4/5
ambiance-4/5

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nice food

went here along with frnz..and my fiance...the ambience is quiet cozy...and money value is too good...and worth it...had a best thai curry..ever...yummy taste..in all a must visit..

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Good Food !!

why did they shut down in the first place is one question i am going to ask when I go there next. Good Food, nice casual ambience, attentive service. The menu is well planned and the food lives up to the thai authenticity.

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Two thumbs up!

Went there for the second time today and came back impressed yet again. Friendly service, TERRIFIC food, relaxed-yet-classy ambiance... and all at a great price. They also had a young lad, Dwayne, who serenaded everyone with G'n'R and Cranberries numbers, dished out in his gravelly baritone.

Recommended!

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Good food

I am not a big fan of thai food, but it was refreshing to see good tasty thai food at prices that doesnt pinch your wallet. The ambience is nice, though they could have enclosed the open air sections also. I mean I wouldnt want to sit in all the pollution and wait for my food as it is a very busy junction at all times of the day...

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Well-crafted crunchiness

Well Crafted : As the steaming dumplings arrived at my table, nestled in their little cane baskets I was struck by their beauty. So delicate and well crafted. Artistry. Spinach&Cottage cheese and Chicken&Coriander. What was better is that they tasted as good as they looked. ( NB : I live for dumplings )

Crunchy : The second thing that struck me was how fresh, and crunchy and scrumptious. Generally I eat meat, don't judge me for it, I just do. But since I was in vegetarian company I ventured to try some vegetarian options from the wok. And I haven't enjoyed veggies so much in a long time. Every little leaf, slice and cube of vegetable was cooked just perfectly.

Hands down, Lemon grass is the best south east Asian restaurant in this price range. I am sure I will visit again and stop mourning the loss of Pot Pouri.

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Amazing!

Amazing ! Nothing else has to be said. The best South East Asian food we have ever had. The Spinach, Burnt Garlic Dim Sims was something out of this world. The Paneer Tossed with Dry Red Chillies was incredible and the Exotic Mushrooms, Bell Pepper it so tasteful and nice ! Not to forget about Cucumber, Mint, Lemon & Kiwi n Green Mango Cooler was so refreshing.Very popular place, lot of people but still very good service. Everything was very very tasty.Nice atmosphere. I warmly recommend it.
A 10 out of 10!!

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Comfort zone!

It is so good to be back in Lemon Grass in Bandra. (Somehow, the Malad one does not evoke the same warm feeling.) The food is top quality and never disappoints. The ambiance is warm and inviting, despite all the traffic sound from the junction. What joy to have one's favourite haunt back!!!!

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Food Saves The Day

Lemon Grass opened in Feb 2010 to replace Pot Pourri on Turner Road, Bandra. We walk into the restaurant on a Sunday afternoon and find ourselves waiting to get a table. Could it be the hot location, the popularity quotient from its previous branches, or genuinely good food? We're about to find out.

The restaurant is split into two sections - an outdoor section and an A/c one. The decor, in keeping with the South East Asian theme is impressive with its green walls, comfortable wooden furniture, soft lights and imposing statuettes of Buddha. We choose the indoor section. The table is set neatly with condiments like peanut and honey-chilli sauce. A laminated menu is presented to us. At a glace we see starters, dimsums, salads, satays, stir-frys and khowsuey; flip the card and find Lemon Grass classics and rice preparations on the other side. The waiters are quick to suggest Kiwi Mango Slush which is off the menu. There's no alcohol served here; we settle for the slush. The drink is made right before us and the noise of the mixer is jarring to say the least. We're not the only slush fans so we have to put up with the noisy mixer throughout our meal! Next we call for Shitake Mushroom and Water Chestnut dimsums. A great start. For the second appetizer we choose Chicken Wings which are absolutely delicious. But why are we promised boneless chicken when all the pieces have bones? Secondly, when asked about an exotic mushroom dish the waiter describes 'button mushrooms'. The service seems very confused - most of the waiters amateur. Fortunately, food saves the day. For mains we order Asparagus with Broccoli in Black Pepper Sauce, and Sliced Chicken Onion in Blackbean Sauce. Both are well-prepared and delicious. The Burmese Khowsuey is also recommended. The desserts continue to come from the Pot Pourri kitchen and make for a sweet ending!

Satays are priced at Rs.120-150 and dimsums at Rs.120 - both serve four pieces per plate. Stir-frys come at Rs.240; but a single portion might not suffice for two. Considering that, a meal for two with beverages/desserts would cost Rs.1000. Worthwhile? Whip the service into shape and we'd gladly say "yes".

(burrp! reviews anonymously and pays for it's meals.)

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