The Low Down
Parking: Parking is tight, be prepared to go up the block or look on Sunset Boulevard.
The Extras: Avoid Chinese-influenced dishes and go Thai style all the way, with lime, lemongrass, coconut, chile, basil and curry as your signposts.
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¦
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
This place is a little hole-in-the-wall that...
By irisblu1981 at Menuism
This place is a little hole-in-the-wall that has gained a lot of attention. Serving up Southern Thai... Read More
best Thai so far
By mh2mh at Menuism
Had dinner at Jitlada for the second time a couple of days ago. This time I was able to taste everything,... Read More
By Dutchie i at Insider Pages
Is one of my favourite foods when properly made and I think Jitlada does a good job here. \r \r Although I sticked to a small menu (had a craving f... Read More
By Rachel at GrubHub