Lemongrass – Aria (CityCenter), Las Vegas

CityCenter is my favourite area of the Las Vegas strip! I love both Aria and Vdara so much, I’ve even purchased their scented sticks to bring home so my house could smell like the resort! It’s wonderful! When I heard that I am going to eat Thia food for lunch at Lemongrass inside the casino level of Aria, I jumped with joy! I had a feeling it will be a great place and that nothing would disappoint me! I was right!

We started off with their Tom Kha Chicken which is their Chicken soup with coconut milk, lemon grass and galangal. It’s kind of like a Chicken Tom Yum with coconut milk to tame the spiciness. It was a delicious, full of flavour, smooth and spicyy soup! It was a winner for sure!

We actually had 2 main courses this time as we wanted to try their food! We ordered from their curry section the Red Curry Duck which is still to this day my favourite curry dish! It was an elegant mixture of roasted duck with red curry, pineapple and basil. We enjoyed this dish thoroughly over jasmine rice. The curry had the sweet, the heat and the tanginess and I loved it!

The last thing we ordered was their Pad See Ew Moo which is a wok fried flat rice noodle with pork and seasoned with soy sauce with some kale in it. It was definitely a delightful dish full of flavour!

Overall, I absolutely love this place and all the food! We were so stuffed that we didn’t make room for dessert, which was alright as we got to eat other sweet things later on in the day! The service was top notched and the restaurant itself was really amazing! I hope to be back soon!

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Lemongrass – Aria (CityCenter)

3730 Las Vegas Blvd S
Las Vegas, NV
(877) 230-2742

Posted: Sunday, July 28th, 2013 @ 6:00 PM
Categories: Cafe, Dinner, Food, Food Review, Lunch, Snack, Travel, United States.
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2 Responses to “Lemongrass – Aria (CityCenter), Las Vegas”

  1. rtwgirl Says:

    Did you eat at Lotus of Siam? Saipin Chutima is probably the most celebrate Thai chef in the USA. I stayed at Aria but did not eat at Lemongrass because I was hoping to make it over to Lotus again. I can definitely compare it to the food I ate in Thailand.

    If you go back, definitely make a reso and take a taxi. It’s worth it. Ichiza Izakaya too!

  2. elsie Says:

    No! I haven’t head of it! I definitely will next time I go back! Thanks so much! I appreciate it!

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