The Lemongrass is located in the international district of Seattle. It's on the ground floor of retail complex that includes free parking underneath. I don't know if they serve dinner or not, I went there for lunch. The food was fabulous. I had something called a Vietnamese crepe, which is a crepe made of rice flour, water and something to make it yellow, either food coloring or a spice. Cooked into the top are green onions, shrimp and pork, but they can hold any of these items if you so desire. The crepe comes with fresh vegetables that are meant to be eaten with pieces of the crepe folded into a leaf of lettuce then dipped in a sauce. This is an incredibly messy, yet entirely satisfying dish. Some of the servers may not know English too well, but they will get someone who does to help if need be. Most of the customers are Asian, and it's a good place to hear Asian languages. It's very child friendly as well. Everyone should eat here! This is a fabulous restaurant in an area of town where the competition between restaurants is high, many come an many go. Let's keep the Lemongrass busy!