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Thai

  1. coming soon
    Queens’ Best Thai Restaurant Will Expand to ManhattanAyada will open a second location in the Chelsea Market this fall.
  2. the dish
    The Trick to Ugly Baby’s Addictive Deep-Fried Sea BreamIt’s suffused with spicy flavor if not spicy hot, yet has that certain compulsively edible quality about it that great Thai dishes have.
  3. cheap eats 2016
    The Best (New) Cheap Eats in New YorkOur yearly rundown of delicious things to eat that are new and exciting and shockingly affordable.
  4. Best of New York
    The Absolute Best Thai Food in ElmhurstThere is no better neighborhood in town for larb fiends and som tum enthusiasts.
  5. The Dish
    The Dish: Chiang Mai Restaurant’s Jin Som MokYou’d be hard-pressed to find jin som mok anywhere else in the city.
  6. Cheap Eats
    A Guide to Elmhurst’s Booming Thai SceneNine delicious restaurants that cater to expats but welcome anyone with an appetite.
  7. Restaurant Review
    Underground Gourmet Review: Serious Thai at Kao Soy and Lan Larb SohoRed Hook’s Kao Soy offers robust, undiluted Thai cooking, while Lan Larb Soho might have the city’s widest selection of Isan-style larbs.
  8. Grub Guides
    Beyond Pok Pok: 8 New Places to Order First-Rate LarbIt’s easier than ever to find excellent versions of the Asian minced-meat salad.
  9. Openings
    Pa Ord Opens Second Hollywood StoreThe new location has a slightly different menu, but still serves crispy pork and boat noodles.
  10. Coming Soon
    Shojin Getting Increasingly Upscale, And a New Thai Neighbor in Culver CityA La Carte Thai Bistro is taking space next to the Japanese vegan spot, which now has a dress code.
  11. Openings
    5i Indochine Brings Dim Sum and More Pho To Culver CityThe restaurant features a mish-mash of Vietnamese, Thai, and Chinese dishes.
  12. Openings
    Downtown Debuts: Sticky Rice Soft-Open At Grand Central Market; Mendocino FarmsThe Thai concept is helmed by Rivera and Flying Pig chef Johnny Lee, with backing from Soi 7’s David Tewasart.
  13. Jitlada
    My Last Bite Conquers Jitlada’s 300 Item-Strong MenuJo Stougaard recommends the secret burger and catfish salad at this top-notch Thai restaurant.
  14. Openings
    Now Open: Ratchada Thai & Laos Cuisine, Serving Laab, Curries and OtherThe new restaurant opened as quietly as its predecessor closed.
  15. Empire Building
    Altadena’s Sticky Rice Specialist Heading To The Grand Central MarketThis first early development at the renovated arcade bodes well for its reopening.
  16. Kris Yenbamroong
    Kris Yenbamroong Tours Thailand With Grandma, Considers Turning Talesai onThe chef is also planning a new version of his Night + Market.
  17. Empire Building
    Vim Thai-Chinese Expands to Melrose LocationThis is the 32-year-old chain’s fourth restaurant.
  18. Empire Building
    Fat Radish Team Out to Conquer Orchard StreetIn addition to the just-opened Leadbelly, they’re planning a Thai restaurant.
  19. Openings
    Baan Thai Opens; Sets Off Thai Rivalry In NoLibsThe early word is, just opened Baan Thai is just as good, if not better than, its neighbor Circles.
  20. Openings
    Now Open: Roe Thai and Japanese Contemporary Cuisine, Serving Sushi, Pad ThaiThe new spot has sushi and sashimi, and Thai specialties too.
  21. Temporary Closings
    PGW Puts Circles Contemporary Asian on the ‘Temporarily Closed’ ListThe popular Thai spot’s twin South Philly locations are closed.
  22. Grub Guides
    Fifteen Great New York Thai Dishes That Aren’t From Pok Pok NyAfter all, Andy Ricker’s perennially packed Brooklyn joint isn’t the only Thai game in town.
  23. Openings
    Now Open: Circles, Serving Thai and Cheesesteak Spring Rolls In NoLibsThe new spot has a menu just like the old one in South Philly.
  24. Coming Soon
    Tahntawan Thai Kitchen Takes Aunt Kizzy’s Place in Marina del ReyGone are the celebrity autographs and down-home camp.
  25. Exciting
    Andy Ricker Planning Outdoor Lunch Service for Pok Pok NySimple stuff like rotisserie game hen, khao soi, and papaya salad — dishes that won’t require disturbing the kitchen as it preps for dinner.
  26. Openings
    What to Eat at Pok Pok Ny, Opening WednesdaySee photos and the menu.
  27. Lawsuits
    U.S. Department of Labor Tells Us It’s Suing Chan DaraOne of the restaurant’s managers was even keeping false pay records in a scheme that kept over $100,000 in its pockets.
  28. Freebies
    Free Thai Dessert and Dance at RockSugar This FridayIsmail Mohan is making his own desserts to give away like coconut brownies and calamansi curd.
  29. Closings
    Something’s Wrong at RonnarongGoodbye, Thai.
  30. Neighborhood Watch
    Juice Crafters Coming to Brentwood; Blue Palms Victory Party in HollywoodThe juice is on fire these days, as yet another fresh squeezery sets its sights on the Westside.
  31. Celebrity Settings
    Margaret Cho Chooses Jitlada and CarouselThe comedian suggests, “Los Angeles is the best place for all kinds of things,” when it comes to eating well.
  32. Neighborhood Watch
    Mario Batali Signing at Mozza2Go; Moon Juice Opening in VeniceThe red-headed chef will put his pen to your copy of Molto Mario next week.
  33. Menus
    NightMarket Serving ‘The Manny Pacquiao of Chickens’The owner recalls his grandmother’s black-boned chicken soup, served to him as a youth when he fell ill.
  34. Foodies with Benefits
    Night Market Helps Thai Flood Victims100% of happy hour and small plates proceeds will go to international aid efforts.
  35. Openings
    Pok Pok Ny Will Open in the Columbia Waterfront DistrictAndy Ricker’s full sit-down restaurant has a name and an address.
  36. The Other Critics
    Gold Grows to Love Night + Market; Virbila Charmed at Pizzeria Il FicoThe L.A. Weekly critic also praises Church & State chef Jeremy Berlin.
  37. Openings
    Palms’ Thai Market Transforms Into Moo Moo Thai CafeThe owner’s brother takes over with a menu that goes a little beyond the usual Westside Thai offerings.
  38. The Other Critics
    Farm-to-Table Is More Than a ‘Buzz-Phrase’ at Fair Hill Inn; JasmineRounding up the region’s restaurant reviews.
  39. Reopenings
    Thai Market Reopens in Culver CityThe good news is you get fed a lot for five dollars, even if the food could be greatly improved upon.
  40. Foodievents
    A Northern Thai Backyard BBQ Pop-Up at Night + MarketFind Northern Thai specialties at Night + Market’s backyard barbecue this Sunday.
  41. Openings
    Sawatdee Opens TonightThe new Thai spot replaces Pico De Gallo at 15th and South.
  42. Openings
    First Look at Ode to the Elephants, Now Serving Thai Street Food on theA Thai spot from the surfing town of Rincon, Puerto Rico, comes to the surfing town of Rockaway.
  43. Slideshow
    First Look at Thai Rock, Rockaway’s Latest Waterfront Dining DestinationLive band karaoke, Thai food, and gorgeous views in Rockaway Beach.
  44. The Happiest Hours on Earth
    $5 Fried Pig Tail, Pig Ear Fries, and Salmon Head at Night/MarketThe Thai street food restaurant starts a daily happy hour.
  45. Strip Search
    Strip Search: Santa Monica Blvd. & Federal Ave., West L.A.Where to get inexpensive, dedicated sushi, homey Thai, and the Westside’s best Vietnamese restaurant won Santa Monica Blvd.
  46. Strip Search
    Strip Search: Hollywood Blvd., Thai TownWhere to get a bovine super bowl of blood-infused boat noodles, a late-night bite, and morning glory salad at Thai Town’s holy trinity of C-Grade restaurants.
  47. Openings
    No Fooling, Thai Teak’s Vegan Joint Finally Ready to Open in Santa MonicaAfter two years of trying, the furniture store says it to expect its new take-out restaurant next week.
  48. Mediavore
    Christina Hendricks Ready For Top Chef Masters; Make Your Own Pop-TartsRumor is the Mad Men star shot a sixties-flavored episode.
  49. Openings
    Introducing Thai Rock, a Waterfront Thai Spot for Docking and RockingOne of the city’s best views is about to get a dose of “real Thai cuisine.”
  50. Menus
    What to Drink at Rambutan’s New Beer BarOnly in L.A. would there be a Thai restaurant with some sort of South Dakota sticks-theme and a menu of Southern food.
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