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Thai Restaurants in Los Angeles, California

Posted last August 14, 2015, 8:18 pm in Food report article

Thai food is widely known for being hot and spicy since almost all Thai food is cooked with basic ingredients such as garlic, chillies, limejuice, lemon grass and fresh coriander leaf and fermented fish sauce (nam pia) or shrimp paste (kapi) to make it salty. Thai foods are now possible to devour here in Los Angeles, California.

Emporium Thai Cuisine
Ocha Classic
Ayara Thai Cuisine
Thai Boom
Toi On Sunset
Palms Thai Restaurant
Torung Restaurant
Thai Deli
Ruen Pair
Amazing Thai Cuisine
Sanamluang Cafe
Thai Daily BBQ
Jitlada Restaurant
Bulan Thai Vegetarian Kitchen
Vim Thai Restaurant
Natalee Thai Cuisine
Saladang Song
Wat Dong Moon Lek Noodle
Krua Thai Restaurant
Jade Siam Restaurants
Dome Pochana
Pa Ord Noodle
Kinnara Thai
Talay Thai Restaurant
Season Thai Cuisine
Three Spice
Red Corner Asia Restaurant
Thai Pepper Restaurant
House of Thai Taste
My Thai
Pimai Restaurant
Patakan Thai Restaurant
It's Thai Hometaurant
Thai Talay
Bangkok West Thai
Khun Khao Thai Restaurant
Thai Patio
Original Thai Restaurant
Thai Original BBQ and Restaurant
Melanee Thai
The Original Hoy Ka Hollywood
Siam Chan Thai - Chinese Cuisine
Sunset Thai Cuisine
Ekkamai Thai Restaurant
Jasmine Thai Cuisine
Pailin Thai Cuisine
Galanga Thai Fusion
Pot Thai Cafe
Spicy B.B.Q.
Bulan Thai Vegetarian Kitchen
Salathai Restaurant
Thai Dishes Restaurant
Sweet Chili Thai Restaurant West Hollywood
Chan Dara Pico Restaurant
Inthanon Thai Cuisine
Jasmine Thai Cuisine
Hollywood Thai Restaurant


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Thai food varies from region to region, for example, glutinous or sticky rice is more popular in the North and Northeast than steamed rice. Moreover, in some rural areas, certain insects are also eaten e.g. crickets, silk worm larvae, red ant larvae. At the same time, Thai desserts are often made from sticky rice or coconut milk, flour, egg and coconut sugar while a variety of fruit is available all the year round.