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Night + Market
Today 11:30AM–2:30PM, 6–10:30PM
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9043 Sunset Blvd Hollywood, CA 90069
9043 Sunset BoulevardUSCaliforniaHollywood90069
$$RestaurantToday 11:30AM–2:30PM, 6–10:30PM
Wednesday 11:30AM–2:30PM, 6–10:30PMThursday 11:30AM–2:30PM, 6–10:30PMFriday 6–10:30PMSaturday 6–10:30PMSunday 6–10:30PMMonday ClosedTuesday 11:30AM–2:30PM, 6–10:30PM
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Small, bustling stop for updates on traditional Thai street foods with beer & ice cream sandwiches.- Google
"Get the Starled Pig, Coconut Rice, and Green Curry."
"Fried pork tail was amazing as was everything else."
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Darryl Yong
2 months ago
Not your Thai restaurant. If you're up for a more interesting dining experience, this is your place. This restaurant is one of the reasons why the dining scene in Los Angeles is so vibrant. Be warned that many dishes are spicy.
Kristine Dixon
7 months ago
Feels like you are in a Thai night market. No fancy decor just authentic food. Get the beef-tendon curry it is excellent, and so is the whole fried fish. Wonderful authentic Thai food! Parking on sunset is impossible so valet.
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Jeff Kelsey
2 months ago
Great thai food here. More authentic than usual.
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Ping Chen
7 months ago
Amazing Thai food, very different flavor from typical Thai restaurants! Fried pork tail was amazing as was everything else.
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Cole Ruth
4 months ago
There are few foods I crave as much as those pigs' tails. But that's not the only reason that Night + Market is one of my favorite places to eat. Whether true or not, I love the mythology: that the son of the now defunct old school Thai restaurant turned half of it into a pop-up street food establishment while his parents were away on vacation. The pop-up stayed (or so the story goes) and recently swallowed up the other half of the old restaurant as well. Now the bigger, re-made Night + Market offers some of the old school classics alongside its super-spicy snacks. Often made from odd cuts (like pigs' tails and beef tendons), the dishes here are a-typical and excellently prepared. Though the catfish tamale has its devotees, that's not one that's impressed me. My running rut includes: the startled pig; nam khao tod (the fresh ginger makes it); a khao soi that's better than the ones I had in Chang Mai; beef tendon panang (you're going to need more roti, trust me); and khao kluk gapi (oh, that sour sausage makes it so good!). I usually go with a band of chef friends on a Monday or Sunday night. We order an elephant full of Thai beer, the table fills with food, and even though we can hardly hear the person across from us because the acoustics are so bad, we always leave happy.
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Samuel St. Lifer
a month ago
That hostess/manager chick was cool and the chef is the man... Great food!
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Nolan Dunbar
2 months ago
Get the Starled Pig, Coconut Rice, and Green Curry. You won't regret it.
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AJ Sciutto
a year ago
Not your average american Thai place. you won't find your average dishes on this menu. everything is packed full of flavor and lots of spice, the way true Thai food is supposed to be!