We arrived for an early lunch at 12.00pm I immediately noticed that this restaurant is quite spacious and I liked the décor especially the lights and wall hangings.
Our waitress was very pleasant and brought us over green tea to sip as we looked at the menu. It wasn’t an easy choice because there was quite a variety including some specials. We decided to order a few dishes to be brought out at once and not to have wine as it was a little too early in the day.
Flaked Almond Crusted Prawns with a Sweet Chilli Dip
These were my favourite the almonds go very nicely with the prawns and as you can see from the photos they look as good as they taste.
Deep fried battered prawns with dehydrated coconut flesh
These were tasty too although I felt a little less batter would have made it even better.
Pork with Carmel Sauce
As you can see from the photo, this is a very tasty dish and the sticky sauce gave a nice flavour. The crackling was crunchy, I could only eat one because it is quite filling.
Barramundi with Salad
This is a typical Thai dish, crispy fried with a generous serving of salad.
When we first arrived at the restaurant we were the only diners however that soon changed and it filled up which is a good sign, especially on a Tuesday for lunch. The Tall Lemongrass is a great value Thai, it’s clean and the staff are friendly and efficient.
DISCLAIMER: Arrnott and I dined as guests of The Tall Lemongrass