Luv2Eat has become me and my boyfriends go-to spot. We consistently will order Pad Ka Prao with Crispy pork, no bell peppers – cause my boyfriend isn’t a fan, and not spicy (boyfriend can’t handle spice, they always give me a small container on the side so i can make mine as spicy as i want).
The crispy pork stays perfectly crispy and the sauce is phenomenal.
Service here is always phenomenal and the girls that work here have remember us (with the # of times we come in and cause we always order the same thing).
Be adventurous though….everything I’ve been recommended by the girls has always been great
It’s true this place probably has the most authentic dishes and flavors for miles. But that might not always be a good thing. Beware mild spice can still have a kick to it. If you’re not used to Thai spices then I’d start with NO spice. This rating is based on food alone. The location isn’t without it’s complaints. You’ll find 1-2 homeless and other vagrants nightly. But this isn’t supposed to be fine dining. Service is appropriate as is the pricing, although it could be a little less.
There’s normally plenty of seating and parking, there are seats outside, but again there might be some undesirables lurking around.
FIVE STARS FOR AMAZING THAI FOOD!!!
As someone who eats Thai food often I was very exited to try this place when I heard from a friend how authentic the dishes were. We ordered the shrimp paste fried rice, the raw shrimp salad, and the fried chicken. All three dishes were done extremely well. I’ve never had the shrimp paste fried rice before, it was so delicious!
We enjoyed our food so much, we ordered the jade noodle and durian sticky rice to go. The durian with sticky rice uses cooked during, I was expecting fresh durian, but it was delicately either way.
I think the great food is wasted on this location, I think they will be much more appreciated in SGV or dtla area!
They’re located on sunset blvd, in a sketchy looking plaza with a 7-eleven. Plenty of parking in the private lot!