Welcome to Lemon Mediterranean Restaurant

Chef Ash invites you to join his hands-on cooking class. He expertly guides you through six delicious courses- teaching you everything you need to know from start to finish on how to make these recipes at home.

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Rosh Hoshanah

Friday, September 15th-Sunday September 17th

Celebrate Rosh Hoshanah With Family And Friends At Lemon and Enjoy A Delicious Prix-Fixe Menu Filled With Traditional Dishes Prepared By Chef Ash
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Welcome To Lemon

An Unforgettable Culinary Journey To The Mediterranean

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Crowd Favorites

Chef Ash's Featured Dishes That Keep You Coming Back Time & Time Again

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Weekly Newsletter

See Whats Going On This Week At Lemon

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October Cooking Class 10/29

A completely unique hands on interactive learning experience, featuring 6 courses, teaching you everything you need to know start to finish on how to make these recipes at home.

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Shrimp and Long Island clams

About Lemon

Experience The Unexpected

Chef Ash Elmenshawy plates a slow-roasted brisket at Lemon Mediterranean Restaurant in Freehold

Chef Ash is recognized by the New York Times for preparing and serving food that has— “well-conceived combinations with a touch of playfulness. Come delight your senses on an unforgettable culinary journey to the Mediterranean!

We expertly bring together cuisine from Italy, France, Spain, Morocco, and Egypt using only the freshest and finest ingredients. Enjoy old favorites or surprise your palette with something new.

Our goal is to ensure that the presentation, cuisine, and service foster an equally accessible atmosphere to everyone from casual diners to the most knowledgeable food aficionados.

We thank you for entrusting your evening with us and hope that you enjoy your dinner as much as we enjoyed preparing it for you.

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