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Kristina K. said, "...Sapp Coffee Shop don't let the name "Coffee Shop" fool you-it has great food, Ruen Pair is another good choice, and Jitlada Restaurant is very well known, and if your in the South Bay my absolute favorite Thai restaurant is Sirinat Thai......" See More
Spencer S. said, "...Per others' recommendations, Jitlada Restaurant. I don't know if they're the most authentic, but I love Galanga Thai Fusion. Really good Pra Ram, which I love, and you can bring in your own beer and wine. Another favorite of mine is..." See More
Breanna W. said, "...Hi Matt! You should definitely check out Jitlada Restaurant. Order the Crying Tiger Beef and Mango Sticky Rice for dessert, and be prepared for the place to be packed! Like, crazy packed. And they don't take reservations. I haven't been yet,..." See More
amery c. said, "... Jitlada Restaurant is a good one destination for having delicious food there. I enjoyed taste and awesome dinner twice there. The address is LA, California 90027,323-667-9809 and opening hours are from 11:00 am to 10:30 pm. Must go for it i am..." See More
Spencer S. said, "...I imagine you'll get a lot of responses for Jitlada Restaurant, which I hear some of the most recommendations for. However, if it's Northern Thai you're doing for, I'd recommend Night + Market. I haven't had anything there I didn't love...." See More
Vicky I. said, "... Jitlada in Thai Town as mentioned by everyone is always great. If you don't mind driving to Garden Grove in Orange County, the spicy dishes at Thai Nakorn, many of them Northern style, are as authentic as any dishes you get..." See More
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