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2 for 1 mealsMaximum of 2 peopleBooking requiredFriday restrictionSaturday restrictionAvailable December
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2 for 1 at Lemon Grass

Worthing’s answer to a tantalising Thai restaurant, Lemon Grass serves up an array of alluring oriental style dishes.

Now accepting the tastecard, members who call in advance can enjoy everything on the eclectic menu at an incredible price, providing they call in advance with their card.

Kick things off with one of the scrumptious starters, such as the tantalising vegetable tempura, a medley of lightly fried vegetables coated in a golden batter and paired with a sweet chilli dip, the classic Dim Sum, steamed dumplings filled with minced chicken, prawns and water chestnuts, and the delectable crispy crab claws, covered in breadcrumbs and fried to perfection.

Equally as diverse and delicious are the main courses, which offer a plethora of palate pleasing choices, ranging from traditional curries to tempting grilled selections. Particularly merit worthy meals include the fiery Hoy Shell Pad Kra Prau, scallops stir fried in a cornucopia of chillies, peppers and crispy basil leaves, the succulent Weeping Tiger, a sirloin steak served in the chef’s special sauce, and the zesty Pad Preaw Wan Pak, an ensemble of vegetables stir fried with lychees and pineapple.

Open for over a decade and spearheaded by an internationally tried and tested Head Chef with over 25 years of experience, Lemon Grass is sure to satisfy diners whenever they visit, whether it’s for a casual meal or celebrating something special.

Important Information

Please Note: The tastecard discount is not available on Bank Holidays or on Celebration Days including, but not limited to, Valentine's Day, Mothering Sunday, Father's Day, etc.

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