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Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Thai Town Noodle - Hollywood, Los Angeles

Our first visit here was years ago. We were touring Hollywood area and stumbled into this hole in the wall establishment. It was a mom and pop business and they barely understood English. We managed to order rad na which was fried wide rice noodle with gravy. And the taste left a deep impression on hubby. He spoke highly of them and insisted that we must try to find them again on this visit.

I was happy to find out that they are still around. It's a good sign because restaurants come and go and those that lasted are usually good ones. This time we brought companies, my bro-in-law and his wife who speaks Thai so we were more eager to try new stuffs.

The place was still the same, just a few tables and counter seats. They also have another two tables for outdoor dining. The menu was in both Thai and English with pictures to help you choose. It wasn't too hard for us, we ordered Thai boat noodle, spicy pork noodle soup, rad na (fried wide rice noodle with gravy) and pad thai. Within minutes we got our orders and all were delicious. My bro-in-law's wife, Riri, claimed that they all tasted as authentic as the one in Thailand. We didn't just stop right there. Second round came, and we got pad see ew (fried rice noodle) and sweet and sour noodle soup (kwe tiau tom yam). It was a fantastic afternoon. I hope they will still be around the next time I visit LA.
Thai Town Noodle
5136 Hollywood Blvd,Los Angeles, CA 90027 (323) 667-0934