You are enveloped in the exuberant Thai ambience in the “Lemon Grass”, the largest room in the Mangostin. Steam and smells waft over from the wok kitchen; watch the cooking! The entire front of the room is covered by the photo installation “Red Child“: 36 children’s faces arranged by the internationally acclaimed artist, Prof. Xiao Hui Wang, formerly on exhibition at the Documenta.
The daily business lunch is served here, as is the Saturday lunch buffet. And the highlight is the legendary Sunday brunch where the tables sag under all of the delicacies.
The cookery courses with Joseph Peter take place in the Lemon Grass on Saturdays. There is an à la carte service here every evening.
The Lemon Grass is ideal for exclusive banquets and press events, for tastings and presentations.
|Seated meal||130 persons|
|Cocktails & Flying Food||160 persons|