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Posted by Greg on 10/30/2014
The real deal. Like it or not is authentic as can be. No Americanized Thai at all. Super sweet owner and food is awesome. So subtle but spicy at same time.
Posted by kou on 08/23/2014
Not clean in and out, food too costly not taste good, food that cost $20.00 not even worth half of that price not good customer service
Posted by Eater on 06/08/2014
I went to this restaurant with very high expectations as it was highly recommended. I ignored one bad review and I should not have! This place is the worst value for money, the service is non-existing, food is not better or worse than any other Thai restaurant in Los Angeles. So if you are driving save the gas and money and go elsewhere. This place is uncomfortable, placed next to a seedy night club named LUX. Just bad! I am sure it was pretty good at one point but this is not the case anymore.
Posted by Anonymous on 02/14/2011
The title says it all. Service is dreadfully slow, but good things come to those who wait. Staples are grand, but venture out and try their southern thai specialties and you won't be disappointed. Also know that they haven't necessarily muted down the chilies to accommodate the western palate, so if you want mild, better say so.
Posted by Tarty on 07/15/2008
My better half and I have been there twice and we will return again and again. The menu consists of Thai favorites that everyone will find recognizable, but turn to the last page and make your choices from the list of Southern Thai dishes. This menu is not for the timid! Prepare to experience the heat. Almost everything we have ordered so far as been superb. I reccomend the Catfish Curry with Tea Leaves, the Mango Salad (which has a delightful full blast of heat that creeps up on you) and the Water Spinach with Yellow Beans.