Awaze Ethiopian & Eritrean Cuisine (Ethiopian Yellow Pages) Founded in February 2015 by Azeb Mekonnen, is a small family owned business located in Cary, NC featuring an authentic Ethiopian and Eritrean cuisine. Awazé is a condiment mix of garlic, wine, and berbere which results in dark red, spicy paste then used in some dishes or as a side condiment. We serve lunch and dinner while offering a variety of vegetarian and non vegetarian meals. You have the option to make your food Mild, Medium or Spicy. Bring your family and friends to enjoy this unique dining experience!
A small place hidden in a shopping center near Litchford road. This Thai restaurant has great lunch specials. Choice of appetizer, entree and drink combo for about $10. I always get Thai tea, spring roll, and pad Thai or pad see ew.
Today I opted to get Tom kha soup. This is probably the worst item on the menu. It tasted like sweeten coconut water. Completely flavorless. The chicken was quite rubbery.
Besides the soup, I do like everything else and will continue to visit this place.
If you can handle a little bit of spice, you MUST get the red curry! It’s served in a soup bowl with a mound of white rice, and the bowl keeps the curry warm/hot for the entire meal. The flavors are perfect and it’s enough to have leftovers for the next day (if you know me, that’s saying a lot).
The pad thai is on the sweeter side compared with other thai places I’ve been to, but I’m not complaining. If you don’t like peanuts, make sure to mention that before cause they mix it into the dish.
The pad-see-ew is also delicious! I typically steer away from ordering pad-see-ew because it can get salty very quickly, but Lemongrass does it right. The broccoli is the right amount of crunch and soft, and the noodles are not soggy – yay!
These are the three main dishes I order at Thai restaurants, and Lemongrass is the only place that delivers on all three. Love it here!