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Last Christmas, the BF and I went shopping for gifts at Shangri-La mall and here's the restaurant we ate in.
First off, it's hard not to be attracted to its bright lime green interior and cute, Asian- inspired Country setting. Truth be told, the reason why I've always wanted to eat here is because I just wanna sit down and look at the place lol!
Lemongrass is an Asian cuisine--they have Japanese, Korean, Chinese, Vietnamese, Singaporean, and Thai food.
PRICE RANGE: P150.00-P500.00
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The best- selling Lemongrass Iced Tea--very refreshing and yummy. I don't fancy Lemongrass drinks but I liked this one. That said, this is my most favorite order.
California Maki- It's.....California Maki. Lol. When you eat California Maki once, it's like you've tasted all California Maki renditions already. But the difference with Lemongrass' version is, the mango slices are big--they got the biggest mango slices I've seen on California Maki.
Korean Beef Stew- Cute presentation, albeit the pot wasn't that secure and it kept on sliding around the burner.
Here's the beef stew. It's very tender, flavorful, and lightly sweet--just the way I imagined Korean Beef Stew. However, we only got 3 medium- sized chunks. Wished we got 4 so the BF and I had equal servings. LOL.
Lemon Chicken- My favorite! Their version is very crispy, and it's not overdosed with flour batter--I could still taste the chicken underneath it. The BF loved the lemon sauce because it's not too sweet.
Takoo Thai- I actually forgot the name of this dessert dish because it's too forgettable, but I know that it's generally known as Takoo Thai. Anyway, this is quite bad: It's too sticky, too gummy, and it tasted a little synthetic to me. :(
To sum it up, it's an affordable place to grab your usual Asian favorites. The overall quality and presentation of the foods is just okay--I cannot overemphasize.
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