Recent research revealed methionine metabolism as a key mediator of tumor initiation and immune evasion. However, the relationship between methionine metabolism and tumor microenvironment (TME) in lung adenocarcinoma (LUAD) remains unknown. Here, we comprehensively analyzed the genomic alterations, expression patterns, and prognostic values of 68 methionine-related regulators (MRGs) in LUAD. We found that most MRGs were highly prognostic based on 30 datasets including 5024 LUAD patients. Three distinct MRG modification patterns were identified, which showed significant differences in clinical outcomes and TME characteristics: The C2 subtype was characterized by higher immune score, while the C3 subtype had more malignant cells and worse survival. We developed a MethScore to measure the level of methionine metabolism in LUAD. MethScore was positively correlated with T-cell dysfunction and tumor-associated macrophages (TAMs), indicating a dysfunctional TME phenotype in the high MethScore group. In addition, two immunotherapy cohorts confirmed that patients with a lower MethScore exhibited significant clinical benefits. Our study highlights the important role of methionine metabolism in modeling the TME. Evaluating methionine modification patterns will enhance our understanding of TME characteristics and can guide more effective immunotherapy strategies.