Noree Thai is the latest restaurant from the Luv2Eat people, and that alone should get you in the door. Their menu is fairly similar to the original Hollywood spot, with a few new items like massaman lamb chops and no-lae chicken (herb-rubbed in a sweet and sour sauce) that should be on your table. The casual space is small, but you can still come here with a group, and there’s a tiny front patio if you feel like watching people spend $300 on groceries at Erewhon across the street.
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