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L A Thai Cafe

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4356 Fountain Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90029
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(323) 666-5993
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Well, I guess the steamed rice was okay, but the garlic pepper chicken was downright disgusting! The vegetables were cooked to the point where they were about the same consistancy...

WORST food ever!!! 6/3/2007

Well, I guess the steamed rice was okay, but the garlic pepper chicken was downright disgusting! The vegetables were cooked to the point where they were about the same consistancy as the sauce. The sauce was a greasy flavorless brown stew with barely a hint of garlic flavor, and the meat had been boiled to death and was barely identifiable as chicken. I was starving at the time and I still had to throw it away. While waiting for my little take-out nightmare I picked up a magazine. It was sticky. I tried another. Also sticky, with little tiny chunks of something stuck to it. One of my worst restaurant experiences ever, and it was take out! With the abundance of thai restaurants in the area I am shocked that this continues to survive. Avoid this restaurant! Cons: Everything more
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  • Named for a famous temple in Thailand, this small, friendly mom-and-pop serves fresh variations of Thai classics. Located in a mini-mall, the restaurant outshines its ordinary surroundings. The interior is colorfully painted with chalk drawings of famous musicians (Bob Marley and Bono) and athletes (Kobe). Begin with a starter like the larb tod that combines fried chicken with lemongrass or the spunky papaya salad of shredded green papaya, chopped green beans and peanuts. A spicy beef salad comes with shallots and is dressed with a peppy lime dressing. If you’re not used to Thai-style heat, ask for dishes to be prepared mild or not spicy as many selections have some serious kick. Tom yum udon soup is a tasty dish that combines a rich chicken and lemongrass broth and thick Japanese udon noodles. The pad Thai stir fried noodles are a just-right combination of sweet thin noodles and crunchy bean sprouts. Curries are offered with chicken, pork, beef and tofu. There are also seven vegetarian entrees.

  • 5/24/2010 Provided by Citysearch

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  • Hours:

    11am-10pm
  • Payments:

    Cash
  • Neighborhoods:

    Silver Lake, East LA

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