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Yai Restaurant
Today 11:00 am – 10:00 pm
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5757 Hollywood Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90028
5757 Hollywood BoulevardUSCaliforniaLos Angeles90028
$$Restaurant, Asian Restaurant
Asian Restaurant
Southeast Asian Restaurant
Thai Restaurant
Today 11:00 am – 10:00 pm
Monday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmTuesday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmWednesday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmThursday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmFriday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmSaturday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmSunday 11:00 am – 10:00 pm
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Thai classics pack a punch at this compact, no-frills eatery, part of a small local chain.- Google
"2. Wide rice noodles with garlic-chili ground beef: Wow, just so, so perfect."
"Awesome crispy pork with Chinese broccoli!"
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Carlos Perez
a month ago
I been coming here for my combo fried rice and chow mien for the last "20 years". The fried shrimp plater is great a this location. Their is more to their menu thats really excellent. You can't go wrong on anything in their menu. I have brought all of my dates and family members to this specific location and everyone has loved the food.
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Keith Downie
a week ago
What an amazing little restaurant tucked away in a little strip mall on Hollywood Boulevard. Came here with three members of my family and I absolutely fell in love with this food, we ordered about seven dishes for four people and hate every single one of them. Would recommend this place to anyone.
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Andrés Marín
3 months ago
The noodles tasted burnt. The food is just ok. Price is good.
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Corey Kupfer
2 years ago
Food is decent, but inconsistant with traditional Thai in ways that do not enhance the experience. Som Tom is decent, but a far cry from the greatness it can be. Red curry was overloaded with bamboo, which I am still trying to comprehend, totally overwhelming it with a flavor and smell thats closest comparison is tripe. Nam Tok was served using some gristley beef and totally foregoing the mint leaves which I say is unforgivable.
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Meggan Kaiser
3 months ago
Living near Thai town, I have made it a personal mission to find the best affordable Thai near my house. Mission complete. Our waitress spoke great English and very nicely helped us to choose the best menu items. We went with 1. the crab roll (which comes out sliced into discs) which was fried (but not breaded), full of meat, and ridiculously delicious. 2. Wide rice noodles with garlic-chili ground beef: Wow, just so, so perfect. We went with mild and it had just enough heat and loads of garlic-chili flavor. 3. Fried catfish: I don't think it was breaded, and if so it was very light. I think they take a whole fish, slice from top to bottom, then fry the slices, giving you juicy dippable pieces with a rich spicy-chuney-ish sauce that I could eat all on its own. It was a very good sauce with the crab rolls, too. These three dishes were more than enough for my boyfriend and me, and we can't wait to go back and try everything else!!
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Lyn Quinn
a week ago
Favorite Thai place in LA! Pic is an amazing waitress! Thank you!
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Teal Thoman
2 months ago
Awesome crispy pork with Chinese broccoli!!!
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Steven Wallace
3 years ago
Should be named "Yum"! Great selection of dishes (beware: "medium" hot is pretty hot), and fresh ingredients. Prices are very reasonable and portions substantial. The waitress was very careful to explain that the "boar" was just the skin and was greasy (I guess they had their share of Westerners send it back!) But it was excellent, with a flavorful sauce and interesting vegetables.