17 "East Hollywood" Restaurants in Los Angeles.
Hollywood Thai spot Jitlada is one of LA's most classic restaurants, where spice is not a choice - it’s an ingredient.
Baroo, a little Hollywood strip-mall experiment in fermentation, just became big time.
Friends & Family is an East Hollywood all-day cafe that’s about to become part of your everyday routine.
Spicy BBQ is a family-run East Hollywood Thai restaurant and home to the best Thai food on Santa Monica Blvd.
DeSano is an old-school casual pizzeria with the best Neapolitan pies in LA.
Ruen Pair is a very solid Thai restaurant in East Hollywood and a great late night option after the bars close.
Square One in East Hollywood is a neighborhood favorite for a simple, solid brunch. Beware: lines on weekends can get long.
Thai Patio doesn’t have the best food in Thai Town, but after a long night out of drinking, there’s few places we'd rather be eating.
Siam Sunset in East Hollywood doesn’t look like much from the outside, but it’s home to the best Thai breakfast in LA.
You’re at this tiny Thai Town spot for one thing - the duck noodle soup. And you’re very happy about it.
Parus has a whole lot of vegetarian south Indian classics in a tiny spot in East Hollywood.
Tomboloco is a little Peruvian restaurant in East Hollywood that makes for an excellent, affordable lunch.
Bhan Kanom is a Thai dessert specialty shop and your Thai Town post-dinner move.
Jae Bu Do in East Hollywood is the place to go for Korean Seafood BBQ. You’ll burn your tongue on giant oysters, but you’ll probably have a good time.