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Jitlada Restaurant
Thai Restaurant$$
Today 11:00 AM – 10:30 PM
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5233 Sunset Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90027
5233 Sunset BoulevardUSCaliforniaLos Angeles90027
$$Thai Restaurant, Southeast Asian Restaurant
Thai Restaurant
Southeast Asian Restaurant
Asian Restaurant
Today 11:00 AM – 10:30 PM
Wednesday 11:00 AM – 10:30 PMThursday 11:00 AM – 10:30 PMFriday 11:00 AM – 11:00 PMSaturday 11:00 AM – 11:00 PMSunday 11:00 AM – 11:00 PMMonday ClosedTuesday 11:00 AM – 10:30 PM
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The modest strip-mall location doesn't stop foodies who flock here for authentic, spicy Thai fare.- Google
"The "crying tiger" is amazing (it's actually pork."
"Get the Crispy Papaya Salad with Shrimp."
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Mercy Mundy
a week ago
I'm ready for this new location. Same owners from the Jitlada on Hollywood Blvd just moving to this location next to Arby's, corner of Sunset Blvd. and Bronson. There's plenty of parking in the rear (better than the old location). Bigger location with tons more table and 6 wide screen TVs! February 1, 2014 is the Grand Re-Opening and move. Stay tuned!
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Kevin Song
a week ago
Very delicious Thai food! The crying tiger (both pork and beef), steamed mussels, and crispy morning glory salad are musts. Can be quite pricey for Thai food, however.
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Jacqueline Cuatete
6 months ago
This place can get crowded and the service is welcoming. HOWEVER, I couldn't find a dish that wasn't spicy! I came here with my book club, so I didn't know. I'm a crybaby when it comes to spicy food. I ended up getting an eggplant and tofu dish which was not that spicy and was SUPER tasty.
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hyuk kang
8 months ago
Late night channel surfing ended up at Food Network special on the Best Thing I Ever Ate - Spicy Food. Crying Tiger Pork was the dish that was featured by Curtis Stone. I had a pleasure to seek after this place in Thai Town, LA. First thing I noticed was the drawings of Simpsons characters autographed by Matt Groening. There are plenty of published articles of this restaurant posted all through the restaurant. I wasn't too fond of the strong smell. I ordered Crying Tiger Pork and my brother ordered Pat See Wee. Pat See Wee was average. Pork was nicely char-grilled and tender. The spicy sauce was sweet, sour, and spicy. It tasted lot like a salsa. I was little disappointed of how Curtis Stone thought this dish was that spicy. Overall I thought the food was average and the price was expensive.
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in the last week
My girlfriend and I always come back here when we (mostly me) are craving authentic Thai noodles! The noodle soups here are flavorful and the ingredients are fresh every time! Friendly service too!Recommended!!
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Mary Ellen Schneider
a month ago
One of the best Thai food restaurants I've ever tried... But there is almost always a wait, so be prepared. Worth it!
Iotha Roberts III
3 weeks ago
Best Thai in LA, spicy, home cooked, authentic.
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Danette St. Onge
8 months ago
As a half-Thai person who used to live in Thailand (and whose family owned a Thai restaurant), I found this place, which had been recommended to me by friends, extremely overrated and overpriced. It was wasn't the worst Thai food I've ever had, but it was far from the best, and $20-$30 for a curry is outrageous. There are so many wonderful, authentic, and reasonable (even cheap) Thai restaurants in LA that I would not bother battling the crowds to return. Perhaps it was good once and is a victim of its own success, but I assume that at this point it's just running on the fumes of its own hype.
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