Wouldn’t it be good if every Thai dish you have ordered came with its own story? At Lemongrass, you will be amazed by the stories behind your favorite dishes and are worth every single Baht in your pocket.Lemongrass, a contemporary Thai restaurant located in the heart of Phuket Town is another addition to the Limelight Avenue shopping mall.
Actually, the original Lemongrass is one of the oldest Thai restaurants in Phuket and is very well known and has been one of the local’s favourites for over 8 years.
The main concept of the restaurant is to offer the best home cooked tasting dishes to all customers and ensure that each and every dish never has its recipe changed, thus always having a superb and genuine taste.
Locals know Lemongrass for its original Thai house style, and this restaurant sits exactly in the same area as the one before, nearby to Limelight Avenue. However, big renovations took place on the original structure and the restaurant now has a new contemporary concept, both inside and out, and the look is more stylish and fits perfectly with the lifestyle of Phuket people today.
From lunch to dinner, this restaurant offers a variety of choices whether it be a simple and quick dish for a lunch in a hurry, a light meal for health lovers, or even spicy dishes for those who want to experience authentic Thai food, But the venue i also a great option for family or group dinners.
However, what really makes keeps customers coming back in their droves is the genuine taste of the dishes.
They have a perfect menu of Thai signature dishes and some of our favourites include; “Klui Pra-A-Pai” – a deep fried crab roll with sweet plum sauce, a great choice of starter for most; “Miang Ka-Nah” – Thai herbs wrapped in Kale leaves is the a great savory appetizer which is popular with foreigners these little wraps of joy are made but the eater themselves; Som-Tam Yod Ma-Prao” – a creative dish which is based on the spicy Thai favourite Som-Tam; “Hoh-Mok Ka-Nom-Krok” – a childhood memory for all Thais, and also an exciting dish for foreigners to have fun with, and then there’s “Kah-Moo Tod” – deep fried crispy pork leg which has been stewed in a broth made with very with a secret recipe of Thai herbs then deep fried and served with spicy yet flavorful sauces0.
Go yourself and discover the stories behind those authentic Thai dishes in a restaurant which most easily described as homely.
Lemongrass opens every day from 11 am – 12.00 am (last order is at 11 pm), there is an outdoor area for those who smoke.
Lemongrass Thai Cuisine
Limelight Avenue Debuk Road , Muang , Phuket
Tel.076 682 999