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Where can I find fresh, flat rice noodles in the Valley?

animatrixie Jun 24, 2007 01:06 PM

I'm trying to make Pad Sei Iw, and can't find the right noodles! Can anyone make a recommendation as to where I can find them? The recipe calls for fresh, but is there an alternative to be found that'll work just as well? A point in the direction of a Thai market somewhere near Burbank would be great, if possible! :)

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    budlit Jun 24, 2007 01:45 PM

    at the thai market next door to sanamlang, on sherman way, n. hollywood

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    1. re: budlit
      animatrixie Jun 24, 2007 02:25 PM

      Perfect, thanks so much!

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      justagthing Jun 24, 2007 03:42 PM

      You can get them at almost all asian markets. Doesn't have to be a Thai one. 99 Ranch, etc... Not sure what is near you. The noodles are usually in the area where the baked goods are, bread and sweets.

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      1. re: justagthing
        animatrixie Jun 25, 2007 05:19 PM

        The Korean market near me didn't have any, though I didn't look near the baked goods, so I might try again. If not that, I'll probably need to wait til the weekend to get down to Little Tokyo and look.

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          justagthing Jun 25, 2007 06:09 PM

          Sorry, Korean markets tend not have them, but the Chinese, Viet, Khmer usually all do.

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        PandanExpress Jun 25, 2007 05:34 PM

        No need to go all the way to Little Tokyo. I'm sure that Ranch 99 (Victory and Sepulveda) has them. They're usually in a plastic package next to the Chinese breads/pastries.

        If you want just-out-of-the-factory fresh, my parents get theirs from this place in Chinatown, but I don't have the location. They buy it in huge bags by the pound there whenever we need really fresh noodles.

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