Farmhouse Kitchen is a colorful, kitschy Thai restaurant in West Adams that comes to LA via the Bay Area. With neon pink lighting, a giant back patio, large-format entrees, and cocktails that are served in foot-high plastic crowns, it’s clear that this place caters to groups looking to party. R&B blasts inside and out at a confident-party-host volume. And the back patio is filled with people getting "content" while chomping on dishes that are tasty as they are theatrical, like overflowing volcano cup noodles and live lobster pad thai. The yellow curry, Thai-style fried chicken, and the panang neua, a braised short rib shank covered in rich panang curry, are all standout dishes, but it’s worth noting that the entrees at Farmhouse start at $30. If you're looking for a slightly club-like night out filled with lots of inventive Thai food, confidently book a table here.
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