Kim Thai Food is a food stall inside La Fiesta Swap Meet, a North Hollywood shopping mall where you can buy sneakers, stock up on holistic medicinal remedies, and get your eyebrows threaded in the same trip. This neon-lit stall does a mix of Thai and Laotian dishes, like duck larb with scorched chilis and fresh herbs, bowls of kaeng lao, and their specialty, mok pa. These curried catfish parcels come wrapped in a banana leaf and hit you with wafts of lemongrass and chilies when you open them up. The flaky and saucy fish goes great with sticky rice and the stall’s citrusy, extra light tom yum, flavored with a mix of fresh and dried chilis that add heat to the clear broth. Cash only.