52 "Thai" Restaurants in Los Angeles.
Kinkan, a pandemic-born pop-up has transformed into a half-Japanese, half-Thai restaurant in Virgil Village with an excellent omakase.
Same Same in Silver Lake has combined two cornerstones of human happiness (wine and Thai food), and dinner here will inevitably make you happier.
Isaan Station is a causal Thai cafe in Koreatown and a perfect place for a quick lunch.
Sanamluang is a late-night spot in Thai Town where the food doesn’t sacrifice quality for convenience.
Prael isn't the most well-known name in LA Thai food, but it's certainly among the best.
Sticky Rice in Highland Park is a late-night walk-up window serving excellent Thai food.
Holy Basil is a tiny counter Downtown where you’ll find some of the most exciting Thai food in LA.
Dubbed the “Costco of Thai Food,” LAX-C is massive warehouse of Thai goods on the edge of Chinatown.
Silom Supermarket is an East Hollywood/Thai Town market where you can grab any Thai staple you need, and a whole lot more.
Piccalilli in Culver City combines Asian cuisines with low country flavors - with mixed results.
Chao Krung is one of the oldest Thai restaurants in LA with a newly revamped menu that’s tremendous.