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If you want value for money and great food, Lemon Grass is the place to go. With its Southeast Asian flavors, nice ambiance and receptive staff, you will definitely enjoy a scrumptious meal in one of Cebu’s finest restaurants.
Located at the ground floor of Cebu Ayala Terraces, Lemon Grass offers both Thai and Vietnamese cuisine. You can experience a taste of both worlds with their ample selections of both food genres. It offers full course meals with lots of Vietnamese and Thai delights you can choose from to share with a group of friends or with a date.
Citrus and Herb Lemonade (served in a pitcher) is the restaurant’s best selling drink. Its cool and refreshing taste is fit for a hot summer day! This tall pitcher of freshly squeezed citrus fruit juice mixed with slices of lemon, lime, orange, and cucumber, sprinkled with mint leaves and basil is just the perfect thirst-quenching drink.
One of the must-try specialties at Lemon Grass is the Pad Thai. This popular noodle dish is tossed with chicken and shrimp, and drizzled with bean sprouts, nuts, and herbs on top. This dish comes with a slice of lemon to add a distinct taste on the mildly spiced noodles.
For the not-so fan of dry noodles, Lemon Grass has steaming hot soups which can be shared with 2 or 3 people. The Vietnamese Seafood Noodle soup, for instance, is composed of thin noodles with a mix of vegetables in a seafood medley.
Its Chicken Pandan is probably one of the most sought and most ordered dish. These marinated chicken slices are wrapped in pandan leaves and are a perfect accompaniment to the tasty jasmine rice. The Tod Mun Goong is another favorite dish which is a fried shrimp cake served with sweet peanut and chili paste. Tom Yam Soup is also an authentic Thai dish that is made from the finest and freshest ingredients. It contains fish, chili peppers, and tamarind.
Another specialty of Lemon Grass is the Goi Cuon or Vietnamese Spring Rolls. This famous Vietnamese summer rolls is a mix of shrimp, strips of pork, and herbs rolled up in rice paper and served with peanut butter dipping sauce.
So what are you waiting for? If you want to indulge in delightful Thai and Vietnamese culinary treasures, be sure to drop by Lemon Grass.
For inquiries and reservations, you may contact them at this telephone number: (032) 233-8601.