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  • Jittlada: Simply the Best Thai “Hot” or Not Dishes

    (Gerry Furth-Sides) Crispy Morning Glory Salad – Deep fried morning glory topped with fresh shrimp and Jitlada’s spicy house dressing (above) may be Jitlada Retaurant’s famous signature, and their reputation of offering such “extra spicy cuisine” they made it into both Jonathan Gold’s “...

  • New THAI CDC FARMERS’ MARKET Expansion in Hollywood

      The Thai Community Development Center (Thai CDC) celebrated the Grand Opening of the second day of its East Hollywood Certified Farmers’ Market. The Market has been bringing fresh produce to the community on Thursday evenings since 2012. Thanks to a grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Farmers’ Market Promoti...

  • Top 2017 Ethnic Trends are Rediscovered Classics

      (Gerry Furth-Sides) Expect trends starting in 2016 to gain momentum and be recognized nationally in 2017.   The theme: rediscovered classics that are created, marketed and branded magnificently for success.  They are: (1) anything from Japan, especially if it is sake or matcha; (2) artisanal food from Spain,   (3) m...

  • The “Eyes” Have it for Tuk Tuk, Chao Krung, Chadaka Whole Fish

      (Gerry Furth-Sides) “Customers have always said they don’t want to look at the eyes and tail! ” laughed Tuk Tuk Thai Restaurant owner, Katy, whose whole fish with red chili sauce ranks among the best dishes in the city, period.   “So we never featured them even though whole fish is a popular dis...

  • The Thai Town Marketplace Breaks Ground

    The Thai Town Marketplace Breaks Ground Launching the Thai Community Development Center’s Latest $2.95 Million Community Enhancement Endeavor The Thai Community Development Center (Thai CDC) recently celebrated a ten year victory at the ground breaking of the Thai Town Marketplace (TTMP) located at 5448 Hollywood Blvd., Los An...

  • Chang Beer Sensory Trails Inspire the Best Thai Memories, Food

      (Gerry Furth-Sides) Thai people own a reputation for open-door hospitality plus a love of pomp and circumstance.   They boast of their brilliant, colorful, balanced and varied cuisine.  After all, they are a country that has never been conquered by outside forces – they seem simply to invite potential invaders...

  • Melting Pot Tours Presents Rare “Jet Tila’s THAI TOWN TOUR”

    Melting Pot presents an insider’s look at the Thai Town neighborhood of Los Angeles with local celebrity chef, Jet Tila.  It is a rare appearance by the chef with his busy schedule and the tour has been met with enthusiasm  since its inception in December 2012.  Tour guests have the exclusive attention of celebrity C...

  • Chadaka Thai: A Culinary Legacy

    (Adreana Robbins)“Food is the window of our culture,” said Katy Noochla-or (second-generation restaurateur), while hosting a tasting luncheon at Chadaka Thai in Burbank. I attended the event with a group of professional food writers, including international cookbook authors, Faye and Yakir Levy. Noochla-or grew up in Chao...

  • Tuk Tuk Thai Continues a Los Angeles Legacy

    (Gerry Furth-Sides) All the fun – and the theatrics–  of a sensual and rich ancient Thai heritage founded in a country of abundant natural resources shine and contrast in Katy Noochlaor’s Tuk Tuk Thai Restaurant. The feeling is substantial and lush, yet the whimsy that runs through all Thai life (everyone, but eve...

  • Chao Krung: LA’s Historic Thai Restaurant

    (Gerry Furth-Sides) Chao Krung Thai Restaurant is such a landmark across from The Grove that owners, Boon and Supa Kuntee haven’t changed their anniversary sign out front for two years.  Founded in 1976, Chao Krung holds the distinction of officially the second Thai restaurant in L.A. and since the first Thai cafe at ...

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