We’d go through a lot for Sticky Rice’s panang curry, including dealing with the crowds at Grand Central Market. Luckily, now we can skip the busloads of tourists and head to this Thai spot’s second location in Echo Park. They’ve taken over a corner spot on Sunset, with tables spread over two rooms and a front patio. And while the original location only serves a few things, this new spot’s menu has pages of Thai classics. Any visit here should absolutely include the deep fried roti with green curry. Also known as our favorite new way to eat roti.
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Pa Ord Noodle
Pa Ord is an excellent Thai restaurant with a few locations around Hollywood, but their Sunset and La Brea menu has the most options.
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Masa of Echo Park Bakery & Cafe
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