I don't often give a 5, but they earned it. I had the orh larm, which is a Lao dish. The broth was excellent, the vegetables fresh, and the spices just right. You can specify the heat level, 1-5. I chose 3 which left my...More
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Our family enjoyed a delicious lunch, even the picky granddaughter loved her spicy noodles meal. The dishes are prepared with fresh vegetables and meats, and the sauces are flavorful. You can customize the spiciness of your meal from mild to wild. As we finished our...More
Lemon Grass has an amazing menu making it hard to choose. The items my colleague and I each got were superior, as good as any I have experienced - and I frequently search for Asian Fusion restaurants. The ambiance is simple, the place was crowded...More
I can't get enough of the delicious food at Lemon Grass. I enjoy eating there - it's cozy. But it's also easy to pick-up at lunch for a spring roll snack or after work for dinner. Only thing is to be careful on the spice...More
Excellent Thai food. Lengthy menu of Thai food. Each dish prepared to your liking: spicy from 1 to 5. Our waitress was pleasant and knowledgeable about the different dishes. Alcohol is available. Nice atmosphere.
One of the best Thai restaurants in Des Moines area. Their yellow curry fried rice is just amazing ! But, I have to warn you that they are not consistent with their spice levels. You are better off going with lower spice level that your...More
This restaurant has good food and good service. The wait staff knew their menu down to the ingredient. Service was prompt and the food got to our table quickly. The menu is mostly Thai with a few Laotian items.
My daughter and I were craving a really good Thai meal and stopped by Lemon Grass for a delicious meal. My daughter had a house favorite, Larb, a spicy beef dish served with sticky rice. I chose a shrimp curry at a #2 spice level....More
I am a big fan of Thai food and am always looking for a great new restaurant (or at least one that I have not yet tried) and figured I would check out Lemon Grass. The restaurant is of smaller size but quaint (with outside...More