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Posted by Nermo on 12/17/2011
Luv luv luv the foooood
Posted by Ann on 12/10/2011
I lived a few blocks from one location and anyone who can deliver sautéed spinach that is hot and delicious gets big points in my book. Combined that with Garlic Goodies beef for a weekly favorite that included veggie hand rolls if I had company. To anyone claiming it's overpriced I would wonder from where you visited because these prices are found in cities one tenth the size of L.A. I encourage everyone to eat and enjoy!
Posted by Manzanita Green on 06/19/2011
The Duck Delight is soooo unbelievably delicious! The Thai Chicken is great too!
Posted by alice on 09/19/2010
i went to thailand 2 yrs ago and comparatively, it is one of the best in LA. Sanam Luang on Sherman Way is also amazing, my friend from Thailand has eaten there and she agrees. I love the pad thai, chicken noodle soup (i know sounds weird, but it is the best soup i've ever had. love it when i'm feel down) spicy beef salad, out of this world. but i have to say i only like the venice location. i've tried the robertson location and i don't like it.
Posted by Julie on 05/12/2010
OK overall, but nothing to rave about. The good is definitely good, but a little more expensive than some of its local competitors. I haven't actually been to the location (though I've seen it many times, cool-looking building), I've only done delivery.
Posted by Anonymous on 04/24/2010
Compared to what I think I know Thai food to be? It's been really oily the last few times.
Posted by P.S. on 02/01/2008
So after driving by the place several times, I decided to give it a try today. The place looks cool on the outside and the inside. The prices were typical of what you'd expect from 7-12 for most dishes. I got the Pad See Ew which came with some over cooked beef and lots of oil. Now I've had lots of Thai food in New York and Natalee Thai was just average. I probably won't go back since I can get average Thai food for a lot less elsewhere.