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Lemongrass @ Aria

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by TylerH50, Apr 19, 2013.

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  1. TylerH50

    TylerH50 Low-Roller

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    I host a conference in Vegas every year, and one of events is a small group dinner for roughly 12 people. I've held this in years past at Mon Ami Gabi, Yolos (PH), BB Kings & Gonzalez Y Gonzalez.

    This year, I have been thinking a lot about hosting this dinner at Lemongrass @ Aria. However, I have never eaten there before. So, I am hoping several of you have eaten there and are willing to provide feedback:

    1) Can Lemongrass accommodate a group of 12 or so?

    2) How is the food?

    3) How was the service?


    Thanks in Advance!
     
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    1. Yes

    2. Food was great! You get alot so order careful. Easy to over order.

    3. Soso. Everybody was very nice and they made a killer bloody mary at the bar. The one guy used honey and it was great!
     
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    Having seen the space, I'm sure they can accommodate a group that size.

    Food was fantastic, and they get extra credit for being the first Thai place I've come across in a long, long time to default to traditional Thai utensils (i.e., they give you a fork and spoon, as opposed to chopsticks like silly Westerners always ask for).

    Last time I was there, I sat at the bar, and service was okay but not exceptional, although the bartender did mention that it was her first day, so I'm willing to give that a pass.
     
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    I had lunch there in January and thought the food was excellent. Definitely better than the food at a couple of the places you listed that you have held this gathering in the past. It looks like they could acommodate a party that size, although at lunch, the largest group I saw was four people
     
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    I was there a few days ago, and highly recommend it!
    The food was fantastic, service was great, and can certainly accommodate a party of 12. There was just two of us, so we didn't need a reservation, but be sure to get a reservation for a party of your size!
     
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    I had dinner there on the 18th and everything and everybody was great. It looks like it would be no problem to host a group that size.

    The service was not a problem at all and in fact I would recommend this place as far as my experience with it.
     
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    Lemongrass

    Should be able to handle it. Someone in your group has to order the coconut drink. One of my favorite places....

    Get the mango sticky rice for desert, yum!
     
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