Lemon Grass Restaurant

This friendly Thai restaurant, not far from the heart of the night bazaar, specializes in curries and sea food dishes. Unlike so many venues in that area it offers exceptionally fair prices, pleasant service and a laid back feel that many will find endearing.

The fact that it is located not far from both Burger King and McDonalds makes it even more appealing, since here we have authentic Thai cooking, healthy and fresh, at the cost of a hamburger.

Lemongrass has room for about 30 to 35 people in an open area, situated along Loh Kroh Road.

Main courses are around 100 baht, starters range around
60- 70 baht and one of the best is Mieng Come which you ‘make’ yourself, wrapping the ingredients (ginger, roasted peanuts, coconut, chili and so on) in edible chaploo leaves. There are also vegetarian spring rolls and other choices. The main menu has plenty of noodle and stir fried rice variations (around 65 baht) and fish dishes, including steamed and deep fried snapper. They offer various beers, a house wine and many soft drinks at modest prices.

This is a casual and fun place to eat, worth searching out.  You will find Lemongrass not far from the Royal Lanna Hotel, before the Down Town hotel on the one way Loh Kroh Road. They are open from four in the afternoon until 11p.m. at night.

Contact us:
Lemon Grass : before the Down Town hotel on the one way Loh Kroh Road.
Telephone: 085 757 6337.

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Lemon Grass Restaurant

This friendly Thai restaurant, not far from the heart of the night bazaar, specializes in curries and sea food dishes. Unlike so many venues in that area it offers exceptionally fair prices, pleasant service and a laid back feel that many will find endearing.

The fact that it is located not far from both Burger King and McDonalds makes it even more appealing, since here we have authentic Thai cooking, healthy and fresh, at the cost of a hamburger.

Lemongrass has room for about 30 to 35 people in an open area, situated along Loh Kroh Road.

Main courses are around 100 baht, starters range around
60- 70 baht and one of the best is Mieng Come which you ‘make’ yourself, wrapping the ingredients (ginger, roasted peanuts, coconut, chili and so on) in edible chaploo leaves. There are also vegetarian spring rolls and other choices. The main menu has plenty of noodle and stir fried rice variations (around 65 baht) and fish dishes, including steamed and deep fried snapper. They offer various beers, a house wine and many soft drinks at modest prices.

This is a casual and fun place to eat, worth searching out.  You will find Lemongrass not far from the Royal Lanna Hotel, before the Down Town hotel on the one way Loh Kroh Road. They are open from four in the afternoon until 11p.m. at night.

Contact us:
Lemon Grass : before the Down Town hotel on the one way Loh Kroh Road.
Telephone: 085 757 6337.