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3 Los Angeles restaurants that are perfect for your next Thai food fix

Eugene Adams

Thai food is wildly popular all over America, and that popularity is only growing

That popularity is especially apparent in Los Angeles. It seems like there’s an excellent Thai restaurant on every corner.

No matter where you live in L.A., you’re never more than a stone’s throw away from your next delicious serving of Pad Thai. 

Here are three excellent choices the next time you’re in the mood for some Thai food. 

Same Same Thai

If you’re looking for a place with great Wine and Thai basics, this is your place. 

The menu is filled with all the Thai classics you would expect. 

Pad Thai lovers will enjoy their Sidewalk Pad Thai. It’s served Bangkok Street Style with dried shrimp, spicy dried chilis, peanuts, bean sprouts, and green onions. 

They also have several delicious fried rice options, including Crab Fried Rice. 

Meat lovers will also enjoy their BBQ Chicken and Grilled Ribeye Steak options. 

Hours:

Monday — Sunday: 5 pm- 11 pm

Address: 2835 W. Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90026

Phone: (213) 273–8424

Website: www.samesamethai.com

Tuk Tuk Thai

Tuk Tuk Thai is an interesting concept. It attempts to combine high-quality Thai food with a more modern flair. 

Their spin on various Thai classics has unquestionably been a hit.

The menu is enormous. If you are terrible at making decisions like me, the menu might be problematic. But, most people view a large number of options as a positive. 

Meat lovers have plenty of steak, chicken, and pork options to choose from. 

The menu also includes several delicious vegan options. 

Their mango and sticky rice is a must-try dessert option. 

If you come during lunch hours, 11:30 am- 3 pm Monday through Friday, there are many great specials

Hours: 

Monday — Thursday: 11:30 am- 9:30 pm

Friday — Saturday: 1 pm- 10 pm

Sunday: 1 pm- 9:30 pm

Address: 1638 Sawtelle BlvdLos Angeles, CA 90025

Phone: (310) 860–1872

Website: www.tuktukthailosangeles.com

Holy Basil DTLA

It’s been a while since Downtown Los Angeles got a new Thai place. Holy Basil has been a hit since it opened. 

This neighborhood, Bangkok Street Food Window, likes to keep it simple. The menu isn’t as extensive as some other places, but it’s all high quality. It’s also all made with only locally sourced ingredients. 

You can get your food delivered, order online for pickup, or order at the window. 

Hours: 

Lunch: 

Monday — Friday: 11 am- 3:30 pm

Saturday — Sunday: 12 pm- 4 pm

Dinner:

Monday — Friday: 5 pm- 9 pm

Saturday — Sunday: 5 pm- 9 pm

Address: 718 South Los Angeles Street, Unit A, Los Angeles, 90014

Website: www.holybasildtla.com

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