Both a collegiate hangout and a serious noodle shop, this restaurant is a bright, noisy shotgun marriage between a fast-food restaurant and a high-style cafe. The menu is basic, a few different noodle dishes from the Bangkok street-food playbook assembled a few different ways; but this is a pretty good place to experience the offhanded excellence of real Thai cooking: vivid flavors, fresh ingredients and luscious textures, put together with something like love.
There are plenty of restaurants for your after-hours Thai food needs in L.A., from Sanamluang to Nariya and more. But there's really only one place for Thai food and a party, sometimes until 5 a.m. That would be Thai Angel, a dark hole-in-a-mall that comes alive with riffraff from the bars after 2 a.m. It would be easy to say some of the characters are shady, but then you run into a big-time Hollywood screenwriter or see some of the nice girls from Jumbo's Clown Room at a table. It is, like... More »
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