This simple Thai restaurant has attained near-fanatical cult status leaving some to wonder what's all the fuss? Consider the starter of marinated prawns, which are wrapped with bacon and rice-paper crepes, then deep-fried and served with a tangy sweet-and-sour sauce. For a main course, try dishes such as charbroiled beef liver mixed with green onion and chile, or the chicken and vegetables with Issan-style red curry. Be warned—this is some of the spiciest food you'll
ever try. But another of Lotus's surprises is the phenomenal wine list, on which you might find a vintage to cool your palate.
Mar 4, 2009
Lotus's menu is gigantic, and thus we'll need to go back to learn what's best. Have been there once so far - food and service were excellent and the value compared to places on the strip amazing. Bright lights and walls covered w photos - you don't go there for the ambience.