The Low Down
The Extras: Avoid Chinese-influenced dishes and go Thai style all the way, with lime, lemongrass, coconut, chile, basil and curry as your signposts.
Parking: Parking is tight, be prepared to go up the block or look on Sunset Boulevard.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
by at Gayot
Family owned since the 1980s, this cozy little restaurant in a tacky East Hollywood mini-mall stays true to authentic Thai cooking. In 2007, Jitlada welcomed a quartet of different owners: Sariya and Jazz Singsanong and Aun and Sugarâ¦
By XperTee at Citysearch
One of the long lasting Thai restaurants in this area and is still a great place to get authentic thai food. Try the crying tiger if youike spicy f... Read More
By minnetonka627 at Citysearch
WORST restaurant customer service experience EVER. Went with a group of 5. We were seated after a few minutes and our order was taken pretty prom... Read More
Absolutely Horrible dining experience
By Gobears at Citysearch
Horrible Restaurant and even worse service \r We went to this place with the best of intentions, hoping to have a really good Thai meal, we read al... Read More
Don't waste your money, cold food and terrible service!!!
By JAN 45 at Citysearch
Last evening we ate at one of the worst and most expensive Thai restaurants. If you want to spend half your night waiting for your meal, go there... Read More
Jitlada - LOUSY SERVICE and BAD ATTITUDE!
By GDawg at Menuism
I just spent ONE HOUR waiting to get take out food from JITLADA! I was told 20 minutes and took an hour,... Read More