At first glance, Anajak is a solid neighborhood Thai spot full of all the papaya salad, curries, and noodles you could want. But then the separate seasonal menu hits the table and you realize there’s a lot going on at this casual restaurant on Ventura. With dishes like whole fried branzino, masamman brisket, and some of favorite Thai fried chicken in LA, this is the menu is you need to be ordering from and how you’ll get Pam from accounting to finally branch out from chicken satay.
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Petit Trois Sherman Oaks
For their second location in Sherman Oaks, Petit Trois has gotten bigger in every way, with a large dining room, an expanded menu, and breakfast.
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Sticky Rice Echo Park
Sticky Rice’s second location in Echo Park serves all the dishes we love from their original Grand Central Market stand, in a much bigger space.
Dubbed the “Costco of Thai Food,” LAX-C is massive warehouse of Thai goods on the edge of Chinatown.
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Sri Siam Cafe
North Hollywood’s Sri Siam is the best and most important Thai restaurant in Los Angeles that you’ve never heard of.
Night + Market Sahm
Night + Market Sahm is another excellent Thai restaurant from the people behind Night + Market, this time in Venice.
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