Lemongrass - ARIA
Our waitress (Kathleen S) for our lunch was amazing... attended to our needs and gave us great advice about the menu. Also she assisted us greatly with making sure the meal was egg free as my wife has a significant allergy. Ambience was great and the food (shrimp Pad Thai and duck Panang curry) was amazing!!! Definitely would recommend to others looking for great Thai food in Vegas!
My partner and I were looking for a Thai restaurant for our last night in Vegas. Lemongrass did not disappoint. Food was good and the service was average. Nothing surpassed our expectations. Only issue was the noisy group of people in a big table. I felt like I was eating at a high school cafeteria due to the noisy group of people.
Food and service was very good. We ate there last year when we were in town and loved it. We went back again and were not disappointed
Tom Kha soup was nice start. Broth was excellent and they use white meat chicken, which I prefer. Careful on the spice level -- a 3 out of 10 had plenty of kick for me. The basil beef was good as well. Portions quite large -- I could have made a meal out of just one of these. Note that they fry other food in the same oil as they do nuts, so if you have an allergy, you may want to avoid anything deep fried. Server was well informed on such things.
awesome spot great food quality i had a soup my stomack wasn’t well and it wasn’t greasy at all just perfect.
We had the potstickers and both had the panang curry. The curry itself was tasty, however, the chicken was kind of rubbery. The waitress asked if we wanted rice with our curries which we said yes as every Thai restaurant usually gives you white rice for curry. Turns out, it’s $3 for white rice which we found out when we got the bill. Plating was also boring. Expected more for a $70 meal.
Excellent food! I ordered the sea bass and flat noodles with brown gravy. So delicious!!! My husband ordered the 4 course meal.
Inexperienced staff, goofed up with the order.
The starter came after the main course. The Chicken Cashew had no cashews in it. Besides the goof up with the order the staff was untrained and rude.
I would not recommend this place, there are better option in the city.
We arrived then minutes early for our reservation and checked in with the hostess. Despite there being many open tables, we were told that we had to wait for our reservation time. We cued back up at our exact reservation time and we’re finally seated then minutes later. At the table, we waited ten minutes for menus and around ten minutes to order. The food showed up thirty minutes later. Despite telling the server that my daughter had but allergies, her meal was served with nuts. The experience was a complete disappointment!
The lobster Tom Kha was worth the flight to LV. Oh my GOODNESS it was the best broth I have ever put in my mouth.
We had a reservation but still waited 10 minutes to be seated even though half of the tables were empty. We ordered, and 15 minutes later were informed the appetizer was not available, which was fine, but we didn’t choose another. 45 minutes after we placed our order, we still did not have any food, and tried to get our waiter’s attention, which took awhile. Our waiter said the kitchen was backed up, which seemed odd since people who were seated after us already had their food, and still half of the tables were empty. Over one hour after placing our order and after we finished our entire bottle of sake (4 people), our food finally arrived! The Dan Dan Noodles were inedible, over cooked with a super thick sauce, kind of tasted like they were covered in peanut butter. Also the waiter told us it was a soup but there was absolutely no liquid, it was very dry. So we sent it back and we got another soup dish that was OK, nothing special. The rice with pineapple was tasteless, but we did not send it back because one of the other dishes had a sauce we put on it. The other dishes were OK. At the end of the meal, the waiter brought us a dessert fruit plate and also comp’ed the two dishes and bottle of sake. Overall I was satisfied at the gesture of the waiter to try and make it right in the end, but unfortunately this restaurant is one we will not frequent again.
Quick service with food but had to get our waitress several times when we needed something extra. Table was uneven and rocking and the waitress seemed annoyed that we asked to either move tables or have the rocking issue fixed
The Dim Sum sampler was awesome. Rest of it, meh. Pad Thai and Singapore Noodles has limited flavor. Very expensive for the quality of the food, which I could have gotten from my local Thai place for a third of the price.
The restaurant itself is beautiful and the staff is pleasant. Unfortunately those are the only positives. We had to wait 15 minutes past our reservation time for the table to be ready. When we were finally sat they still had to pull 2 table together for our party of 3 and they were not set and dirty. Our appetizer came as expected, however our food (veggie pad Thai) took 45 minutes. We were in a hurry for a show so I asked for our bill when the food was brought it took another 10 minutes to get it. Food was not memorable and the medium spice was nonexistent.
The service was very slow. We waited an hour after being seated to be served our main course. The restaurant was noisy and crowded.
Great food and great ambiance. Prices were very reasonable.
Great food, real Thai flavors. Good service. Suitable for groups
Good Thai food and nice ambience at reasonable prices compared to other Las Vegas Casino restaurants....
Long wait times - make a reservation and still be prepared to wait.
The place is a little bit hard to find, but totally worth the miles. The food was great and the service was awesome.
Good food! Good service! The Panang Red Curry was delicious! Will surely visit again!
Excellent Thai food with excellent service. We would return on our next visit.
Excellent service and great food.
Food was delicious. If asked about spice level, 4 is compared to a raw jalapeño. I got a 5 and it was spicy af and I liked it. Panang curry was awesome. Overall very nice place, definitely recommend.
Better Chinese food at ANY Panda Express in food courts. Would never return. Service also was slow.
Always lovely to come here! Food is amazing and prompt! The Cosmopolitans are great too!
My wife and I went for something different while on vacation, it was a very nice restaurant with a decent variance of menu items. We were told the spice level was 1-10 with 3 being medium and the average person ordered 4-5; not wanting to ruin our meal we both ordered 5 and neither of us were very impressed with the spice level. Otherwise my wife enjoyed here meal very much I however, was not very impressed. I would recommend it as a place to try but as for myself I would likely not go back again.
Amazing authentic Thai flavors, accompanied by very charming service!
It was very good. I felt as if you could taste the quality of ingredients in the dishes we ordered. They were very attentive and very helpful with any questions with the menu unlike a lot of other asian restaurants. I would say that they understand American service expectations. Like many other people, I have my favorite local Thai restaurant owned and operated by people from Thailand. This was the first time here but everything we ordered seemed to be close in preparation to what we are used to back home in OH. I am sure that it is geared towards an American Palate but I wouldn't know since I have never been to Thailand. If you are still wondering if you should go, you should GO! It is worth the extra money for the extra care in preparation, ingredients, and just overall quality of a very casual dining experience.
Outstanding ambiance, service and top of the line food and drink. Monkey pick tea was really special!
Food was very nicely presented. Quality was excellent. Kind of skimpy on the amount for what your paying. Service was poor and we waited a half hour for the dessert, which was ice cream. The waiter did apologize and gave us a free dessert
We love this place. Being vegetarians they have a wide selection for us. The food is flavored well and portions are good as well. Highly recommend if you are looking for something flavorful!
Must for Thai food and dim sum while on the Las Vegas Strip. Tasting menu and cocktails were perfect.
Went for a business lunch with clients and was pleased with the entire experience. Being inside Aria, the only thing I was sure of was the menu would be ridiculously overpriced. It wasn't ridiculous and the food was nicely plated and the tastes quite good. Service was top notch too. We sat near front entrance in a 4-top and it was casual enough to be comfortable but just fancy enough to feel like it was a nice meal out.
Excellent food and service. The curries and Dim sum are great.
Good quality dim sum, tasty pad thai.
Food okay, good menu, service was terrible! She threw our food down, used hand motions to ask that we pass used dishes. Disappointing experience in a city known for service.
Goog Thai food. Tom yum seafoods soup is good, drunken noodles and soft shell crab fried rice are good. Cocktail drinks are little bit expensive.
Good option for share plates and fun wines
Wonderful food and service. We had their tasting menu special and everything was delicious!!