I ended up at this restaurant by chance as the Vietnamese restaurant (Pot Au Feu) I was planning to go to for dinner ended up being closed for renovations. So finding this place a sort of serendipity.
My first impression of the restaurant was that it was empty and quiet. This made me slightly nervous as my fear was that this place may not have be very good, but since I was hungry and not willing to drive any where else, I decided to give it a shot. Boy I was glad I did.
I ordered the Thai Famous Toast, Thai Famous Rolls, and the Pad Thai. This ended up being way more food than I bargained for, but for the most part I was impressed!
My favorite dish of the night was the Thai Famous Toast. I believe it was toast that was deep fried and had a light spread of some ground up shrimp and beef spread. One bite and I was in heaven. I had never had anything as delicious as that. Just thinking about it right now as I write this review makes my mouth water. What was also amazing was the Chicken Pad Thai. The dish was very flavorful with a very slight hint of oil, which is how I've heard Thai food should be. Other Thai places I've tried have used a lot of oil in their Pad Thai.
My least favorite dish of the night was the Thai Famous Rolls. It was nothing spectacular, but still good. It's just that I was wowed by the two other dishes to really be impressed with the rolls.
The waiter I had was very friendly and extremely attentive to my needs. I have no complaints there!
I had three dishes and a soda that came out to be around $23. I would have to say that the price is about average for most of the other Thai places I have had. On another note though, this was the cheapest dinner I've had since I begun my stay in LA about a week ago.
I will most definitely visit this place before I head back to the East Coast! BTW, I was posting pictures of my food on facebook as I was eating and I had my friends drooling!
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