“This award-winning Thai restaurant serves food
as good as any you would enjoy in the kingdom.”

homeymoon + travel. Thailand Vol 15

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“The food speaks volumes about the kitchen and its talented chefs:you can taste the joy”

The Age Good Food Guide

AWARDS

Winner - Best Thai (7 Years)
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Winner - Best Thai (1 Year)
American Express restaurant Awards
Winner - Chef's Hat (6 Years)
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Winner - 2 Stars
Mietta's Best Australian Restaurants
Winner - Good Life Award
The Good Life

“...Lemongrass gets better and better,every inch a restaurant proud of its track record interpreting Royal Thai cuisine.”

The Age Good Food Guide

OUR STORY

Lemongrass opened in 1989 with the inspiration and support of our then mentor Acharn (Grandlady) Boonchoo who was regarded as the High Priestess of Royal Cuisine in Bangkok. During that time Acharn Boonchoo was the Executive Chef of the Bussaracum chain of restaurants that specialised in Royal Cuisine. She also taught as the Royal Palace and at the

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DINERS' REVIEWS

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"It was a wonderful night Everything was perfect. I highly recommend Lemongrass. Prices are reasonable."

Yuonne's Column. Melbourne Observer

Thank you Michael and the team at Lemongrass for a wonderful evening on Saturday night. Lemongrass has a wonderful ambiance that you don't usually get at a Lygon Street restaurant. The food was superb. It is obvious that you use high-quality ingredients and everything is cooked fresh. The portions were very generous. I can see why you have won so many awards.

Luke S1 July, 2016

I'm very happy to visit again your stonish restaurant like the last 8 years with a group of good restaurants owners and wine experts from Belgium!

TERRA6 March, 2016

PRESS ARCHIVES

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"Menu becomes a royal affair."
"A local restaurant builds success on a palace conection."

The Good Food.The Age