The Low Down
What to Drink: Thai ice tea and coffee are potent and sweet, or try tropical favorites like longan juice or young coconut juice. There's no beer or wine but corkage is free.
Know Before You Go: The restaurant's sign on the mall listing board is only in Thai--look for the mall just east of the huge two-storey Thailand Plaza. Parking is only a nominal fee with validation.
The Extras: At the cashier, patrons can buy bags of Thai sweets such as mango with chile, and sweet dried banana.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
Low-budget tropical decor reigns supreme at one of Thai Town's cult-fave spots for traditional dishes and unique specialties.
by Martha Burr at Citysearch
Located inside a mini-mall best known for being the original home of the "Thai Elvis," this airy, wood-toned spac is marked by a colorful altar overlooking vintage Bangkok photos, folk paintings and rattan lanterns,â¦
By XperTee at Citysearch
I gotta say one of the best Thai food places around. If you come here late night get their rice porridge with some dishes to share. Great especiall... Read More
By PaulaF at Menuism
I love this place, both for a sit-down meal with a big group or for takeout. Here are some of my favorites:... Read More
The Best Thai Food in LA
By Sheauen at Citysearch
I've been coming to this place since I was a poor student at UCLA in 2000. The food is consistently good. The service is good, sometimes gets a b... Read More
Late Night Dining
By ThaiBruin at Menuism
I have to add my 2 cents on this restaurant because it brought back some fond memories of clubbing era.... Read More
By Shan W at Insider Pages
Located in Hollywood, they have a extensive menu with lots and lots of items to choose from. I loved their green curry beef. The spices and heat wa... Read More