This is simply the best Asian flavours restaurant in Quito, You should try any Pad Thai or fish or anything. What ever you eat there is just amazing.
Do not eat here, this a fake fancy fusion restaurant, we order the Path Thai, my wife's favorite dish, and it was terrible, lots of noodles that they claim to be be rice noodle, but they were not. We did not eat our dishes it all. The place is also over price, and the quality of the food is really... More
This place is amazingly decorated,obviously a mountain of money went into getting the ambiance just right. It feels like a lounge in Los Angeles or Miami Beach. The service was impeccable..friendly, super efficient wait staff and hostess. If only they payed as much attention to the food they served! The food, first of all, is NOT Thai, which was the... More
We has such high hopes....thought we had finally found a good Thai restaurant in Quito. Even though it doesn't bill itself as Thai it does offer a few Thai dishes on the menu. And the restaurant is oh so beautiful. But the food? Just awful. Imagine Pad Thai made with angel hair pasta, the dryest, least flavorful chicken (with a... More
my expiernce at limon grass was great the food was well presented, it looked nice, smelled great and tasted even better.. people who appreciate quality mixture flavors will like it as well..the service was good, and the waiters were extra nice..and the deseret was simply perfect.. you can check there website, the menue is available online http://www.lemongrass.com.ec/
"Lemongrass" is a misleading title. There are more middle eastern dishes and ingredients on the menu than asian one's, never mind Thai. Although it wasn't the worst meal I've had in Quito, the prices are unjustifiable. One visit was enough for me. We decided to give it a try because of it's adventurous decor. It's a bit eclectic, and there... More
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