What You'll Get
Hills and mountains are formed by vast underground food deposits, which, over time, stretch the landscape into soft mounds of untapped edibility. Dig into the bounty of surrounding geography with today’s deal: for $9, you get $20 worth of tasty Thai dishes and drinks at Lemongrass Thai Cuisine. Citysearchers voted the Cleveland Heights eatery best Thai food in Cleveland in 2005.
The fresh menu at Lemongrass boasts a bounty of tasty Thai fare to satisfy you or your great-aunt's Bangkok-bereft mouth. Start with an order of crisp fried vegetarian gyoza ($5.25) or tender beef satay ($6.25) before moving on to the main course. The extensive selection of authentic fried rice ($9.75–$12.95), noodle dishes ($9.75–$16.50), and a rainbow of curries ($11.50–$13.95) will please picky palates, while seasonal specialties such as the mango fried rice with shrimp ($12.95) will satisfy die-hard sea-eaters. Shrimp-bellied pals can happify their herbivore companions with Lemongrass's many vegetarian selections, such as the tofu jade noodles ($11.50) or the tofu green noodle curry ($11.50). Cool over-heated dinner debates over the proper pronunciation of Goethe with a frosty scoop of coconut ice cream ($3.95) or sweet sticky rice with mango ($5.95).
Lemongrass's elegant décor and casual vibe make the eatery, like Thailand itself, a choice destination for everything from pre-symphony dinners to post-yogathon feasts. The eatery is open for lunch on weekdays and every day for dinner. So flee from the kitchen or the cubicle to Cleveland's micro-Thailand for an authentically Asian meal.
Gayot, the Cleveland Free Times, and the Plain Dealer all have kind things to say about Lemongrass Thai Cuisine. Though not everyone's warmed to the new management and some gripe about the "no substitutions" policy, online reviewers mostly agree: DineSite.com users give the Thai restaurant three out of four stars, and both Citysearchers and TripAdvisors give it 3.5 out of five stars.
- With a broad menu full of appetizers, entrées and desserts, Lemon Grass has something for everyone (particularly if you like shrimp), and curry dishes can even be customized to your taste: select chicken, seafood or tofu, and pair it with red, green, yellow or Massaman curry. – Gayot
- The No. 1 spot here is the duck. The crispy skin, fork-tender meat and the peanutty Masaman curry sauce makes it a triumph. I just want to come back to try all the other sauces offered. It should be a great way to make up for lost time. – Debbi Snook, Plain Dealer
- While the deco is not going to wow you, we have ALWAYS found the quality and quantity of food to be excellent. Always freshly prepared, hot and tasty. Top it off with a Singha beer and you have the perfect night out. – timfam48, Citysearch
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 4, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per table, 2 for tables of 5 or more. No cash back. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.