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need some more Thai Town ideas- getting bored of the usual!

jdwdeville | Oct 11, 201109:04 AM     22

Hi 'hounds,
Could someone give me some new Thai Town ideas? I think we're stuck in a rut with the same places.
Would love a place with top-notch curries, and maybe somewhere that does the grilled meats thing exceptionally well, but, really, anything would do!
Places we frequent already:
Jitlada- love it, but the waits have made it less of an "anytime" spot and more of a "destination"
Pa-Ord Noodle- yum.
Ruen Paar
Samanluang- maybe i get the wrong thing here, my friend loved it, I thought it was just ok...
Palm's (more for Thai Elvis than anything but their beef noodle soup and papaya salad is good!)
Also, have been several times to that Issan place with the "little birds", loved that.

Anyone have some places besides those that we've been missing out on? I seem to only see a few names when I search the board...

Thank you!

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Jitlada
5233 1/2 W Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90027

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