Decent thai food. Not the best. I've traveled all over the world trying legit thai food and this was just ok. Like an American version of thai.
My wife and I make it a point to dine at Lemongrass whenever we're in town and this visit didn't disappoint. The menu contains plentiful and flavorful options, and the service is great. The ambience is average but that doesn't detract from the overall experience. Great value for the price.
Food was okay not as great as expected. Pricing was ridiculous. Service was good.
Food was sub par except the dumplings, service made me feel like I was bothering them, but the decor of the restaurant was really good. We won't be back. Lots of other better options and we are locals in Vegas, so we try lots of places.
Restaurant itself is beautiful, food was good, but service was just ok
I wanted a really spicy soup because I had a terrible cold. Each of us order soup and and an appetizer of dim sum which was more that enough for us. The soup ingredients were fresh and "nose running" spicy. I would definitely return to this restaurant. Also had one of their special martinis and it was excellent. Thanks to The Cosmopolitan for the suggestion.
Very average. We were excited to go, but food was very average, service OK but not great. You can get better Thai off the strip for a lot cheaper!
Amazing food and big portions, great value for money. Excellent for vegi food!!
The food was yum! Satisfied and good value!
Delicious food. Great portion sizes.
The service wasn’t great, our waiter didn’t come back and check on us after our food was served for 20 minutes
Good quality food, they offer dim sum cart that visits your table, good dumplings and steamed bun, good cocktails, service was a little slow and vague!!
Excellent food and service. The price point is good for Vegas given the quality, but wine - especially by the glass was a little OTT.
Good food and fairly reasonable prices for the location. We both got Thai noodle dishes and weren't asked how spicy we wanted them. We would have liked more spice!
Back in the days it was good. Now the taste of the fish was not fresh and the beef was chewy to the point I couldn’t eat it plus lacked amount of noodle which was really oily.
Went for a pre show dinner on a Sunday night. Made table reservations by phone. Enjoyed dim lit relaxed vibe. All went well. Prawn apps were Awesome. Both had a curry dish, Panang duck and a red curry chicken. Large portions, hot, quick service. Timing of courses was perfect. Would definitely return to try other items on menu. Very good (large) menu. Prices very good for specialty restaurant. Will return next trip.
Great Thai food but do not get the prawn cakes, they are too chewy.
Very good food .. like it all
Delicious as always ! Food here is amazing , service is great and decor very pretty
Drinks were good and so was the atmosphere but the food lacked flavor and was just unfortunately bland.
The waiting staff act withdrawn and unmotivated, will not offer you a spare napkin or an extra spoon; they certainly care more about tips than service. The menu lacks originality, typical Thai cuisine, no fantasy, thus the cost significantly exceeds the value.
Excellent surprise discovery. Wonderful Dim Sum. Shanghai dumpling tastes just like those we had in Shanghai. Visited there twice in one stay. Excellent quality and ambience.
The quality of the food was very disappointing. The service was even worse. We ordered an appetizer which we never received and when the entrees came out one of them was cold. Our server did not stop by our table even though she walked past us to service her other tables. She never refilled our iced tea. When she came to clear our plates and ask if we wanted dessert then she asked if we wanted more iced tea. By then we had finished our meal and were ready to get out of there.
We dined after a show and the restaurant wasn’t very busy. Food was great and the portions were unexpectedly generous. The bowl of soup could feed several as a first course or one as an entree. Pad Thai and Red curry with duck were spicy, as ordered. We easily could have split an entree after the soup. We’d return to Lemongrass if we return to Las Vegas.
Very bad service. Slow, fake, unresponsive.
Food was ok, nothing more
Spice levels were lower than indicated, but great food overall! Get the scallops satay and crab yellow curry!
Table during CES
Great service, especially to manage our of the guests with allergy
Food average but experience was better 2 years ago
Food was good, we had to wait a little while before we saw a server and then it took a bit to get our cocktails, but after that the food was wonderful! Atmosphere is great!
Some of the best food I’ve had. Great atmosphere and service! Waiter was amazing and very knowledgeable.
great environment. However the food was very subpar for the pricing
This place is great! Great thai food and great service. Every time we are in Vegas we stop for Dim Sum or other great food
The place is a little dark but the food is very very good.
Great Ice Tea as well
Mediocre food.... nothing near as good as Joe ‘s Thai in Anywhere, US. Prices high for flavorless Thai. I ordered a double whiskey from bar.... was short by 1/2 oz....bar tender says it was correct but when he poured back in shot, it was short!
Waiter tried to talk us down on spice level— we ordered 10. But he kept trying to talk us down —“nothing I can do if it is too hot...!” It was not hot.
I’d just go to White Castle next time.... cost will be about 75% less
A must go to restaurant if on the strip! Always busy..so make reservations.
Lovely birthday & New Year’s Eve meal. Great food & service will defiantly be back
Very nice dinner- great service. Lemongrass always delivers a wonderful dining experience!
My husband and I dine at Lemongrass every time we're in Las Vegas. The food and service are always great.
We made a reservation for a party of six. We were seated promptly and had a nice table in the bar area, but it was not in the main dining area. We liked the table though. They were doing dim sum on carts and the cart came by right as we sat down, so we ordered a few items. I am not sure if that set us up for failure, but it went down hill after that. The waitress we had was not very friendly and not helpful at all with the menu. It was a little confusing with the dim sum carts and the menu. The waitress would disappear for long periods of time and no one was coming by to check on us. Empty plates sat for long periods of time. We started clearing them and stacking them for the staff to pick up. Basically, we were bussing our own table. Once we ordered, the food came very quickly (almost too fast, as we did not even finish the dim sum we were eating). They also did not clear the table before they brought the food so they had nowhere to put the new arriving food. This made us feel rushed. The waitress did not really seem to care and was not attentive to our needs. The food was good overall. The whole fish was excellent and the other dishes okay. The overall mood was ruined by the poor service and lack of attention to detail. This waitress would be more suited for the coffee shop I think. She brought it all down a few notches.
It was a Birthday for my fiancé and the staff was so nice and accommodating. Food was fantastic!!! Excellent place!
Had a res but they sat us in bar area. Screaming baby (not restaurants fault) but not a great dining experience. Food was so so
OK the food is GREAT the best Thai food I have ever had. What I did not like was the service. The waitress was nice, but my wife ordered a glass of wine off the menu, which had no price, and was recommended by the waitress. so not wanting to sound cheap and asking the price, she got a glass. which was approx. 4 oz. When we got the bill it cost $26!!! I believe the waitress should have let us know it was that much when she recommended it. Partly our fault for not asking, but my wife asked what they had for wine, and she selected that one from the menu!