Bangluck might be small, but this family-run Thai market in East Hollywood is packed with everything you could want for your at-home feast. There’s an extensive selection of curry pastes, fresh produce ranging from Makrut lime leaves to eggplants, and an entire aisle dedicated to cane sugar. If you’re struggling to find a certain ingredient, there’s also large staff who will all happily point you in the right direction.
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