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What is your favorite Thai restaurant in Thai Town (Hollywood area)

I would love to hear from the Angelenos that love Thai foods. What is your favorite Thai restaurant(s) in Thai Town. To me, every Thai restaurant I've dined at seems to prepare their dishes not quite the same from each other.

Your comments are greatly appreciated.

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  1. I really like Red Corner. Everything we had there was very tasty. I also like the duck noodles restaurant, the name slips my mind right now, starts with an R? on the corner.

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    1. By recommendation, I recently checked out Yai on Hollywood. (Sorry, forgot the address) It was excellent! Funny thing was, I ordered everything mild. And even then it got my checks red and my forehead sweating. It was the good sorta hot, though.

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      1. re: pirikara

        Thank you chowhounders for this wonderful recommendation! Went to Yai's last night and everything was delicious. My foodie partner was sweating up a storm from the spicy chili in the Veggie with Chili & Garlic dish, but it was worth every drop of sweat!

      2. "I also like the duck noodles restaurant, the name slips my mind right now, starts with an R? on the corner."

        You're probly thinking of Rodded. I like the duck soup there, but every time I've gone there they're out of the fried plantains he raves about. They're not on the menu, but they're supposed to have them most of the time. Not for me, tho.

        Rodded: http://www.laweekly.com/index.php?opt...

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        1. re: Andrew Gore

          yes, rodded, thanks. i guess i've been lucky because they've had the plantains everytime i've gone. and they are good!

        2. I like Red Corner Asia and Yai, too. You can also try Ruen Pair (in the same mall as Red Corner Asia), although their health dept. rating tends to be kind of low; Kruang Tedd or KT next to Jumbo's Clown Room; and Sanamuluang for great noodle dishes.

          1. The southern-style spicy beef at Jitlada on Sunset makes me sweat, and I mean that as a compliment.