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Thai Lemongrass keep it sweet (sometimes sour) and simple at their Darlinghurst restaurant. From lunch and dinner right through to sumptuous Southeast Asian banquets, the offering is as fresh and to the point as this Sydney Thai restaurant’s name. Come lunchtime, those stalking Stanley Street looking for something light and healthy turn to Thai Lemongrass for their nofuss offering, though not a little opulence makes an appearance here come evening.
Nothing better than a bit of Thai at lunchtime, right? At Thai Lemongrass, down Stanley Street in Darlinghurst, there’s a refreshing simplicity to the way things work. Choose your weapon: fresh vegetables or tofu, chicken, beef, or pork, or take it up a notch with crispy pork belly, fish fillet, or mixted seafood, duck, or straight prawns. Next, choose how your ingredients are to be prepared: stir fried with your choice of sauce, curried in your choice of traditonal curry, or served up simply with noodles. Thai Lemongrass is perhaps Sydney’s most plainspoken and democratic lunchtime Thai restaurant.
Classic Thai cuisine is again, unsurprisingly, on the cards at Darlinghurst’s Thai Lemongrass. Classic entrees like vegetarian spring rolls, curry puffs and fish cakes make way for authentic mains chosen from a carefully curated, restrained a la carte menu. But it’s this Sydney Thai restaurant’s set banquet menus that really shine, transforming your meal into a feast fit for royalty. Easily customised, and available for a fixed price per head, Thai Lemongrass’ Stanley Street premises can accommodate up to 25 very lucky private diners.