Jitlada Thai Town Los Angeles

Jitlada

Why should you wait 45 minutes to get a table at a Thai restaurant? Why is there a herd of hungry hipsters lined up like toy soldiers on a s...
Luv2Eat Thai Bistro Hollywood Los Angeles

Luv2Eat Thai Bistro

If you allow yourself to be discouraged by the ridiculous name, or by its strip-mall location (between a 7-Eleven, a Subway, and a Pizza Hut...
Cholada Malibu Los Angeles

Cholada

Malibu is probably not the first neighborhood that comes to mind for a Thai meal. But this 17-year-old hut right on the PCH should make you ...
Night Market West Hollywood Los Angeles

Night + Market

Night + Market tells the story of Kris Yenbamroong, an incredibly talented chef who, having grown up in the family restaurant Talesai, went ...
Sapp Coffee Shop East Hollywood Los Angeles

Sapp Coffee Shop

Sapp Coffee Shop should be called Sapp Noodle Shop. You want to come here for their jade noodles: green vermicelli with crab, duck and caram...
We Have Noodles Silverlake Los Angeles

We Have Noodles

It may say ‘We Have Noodles’ on the front door, but don’t sleep on the appetizers. These chicken and truffle dumplings in brodo probably fel...
Ruen Pair East Hollywood Los Angeles

Ruen Pair

Two words: Morning Glory. It’s the first dish you should order at Ruen Pair, right when you sit down, before even opening the menu. If you’r...
Pa Ord East Hollywood Los Angeles

Pa Ord Noodle

Don’t be fooled: at Pa Ord, you want to order carefully because even their mild dishes are on the fiery side. Get the kuay tiew rua, i.e. bo...
Sticky Rice Downtown Los Angeles

Sticky Rice

Sticky Rice is the closest thing you’ll ever get to a Thai street-stall meal in Los Angeles. There are very few fie items on their menu at G...