For many Angelenos Thai food is a weeknight comfort food staple, which is especially comforting during the current Safer at Home mandate handed out by California Governor Gavin Newsom. Thankfully, some of greater LA’s most delicious Thai restaurants are still open for takeout and delivery, from a few Thai Town staples in East Hollywood to family-run destinations in Westchester and Northridge. Oh, and heads up: Some are even now offering takeaway wine and booze sales, too. Here are 15 of the best places to get Thai food for takeout or delivery around Los Angeles right now, presented from north to south.Read More
15 Awesome LA Spots for Thai Takeout and Delivery
From classics to newcomers with hip wine lists, all over Los Angeles
Valley favorite Lum-Ka-Naad is still open for delivery and takeout at both locations, Northridge and Encino.
Anajak Thai Cuisine
Sherman Oaks mainstay Anajak Thai has found a new loyal following in recent years, thanks to an updated menu that includes natural wine, and a really great social media presence.
From roti with Penang curry to sticky rice with grilled pork, Bangkok-style street food staples are at the ready at Pasadena’s Chim.
President Thai Restaurant
Pasadena’s President Thai is still up and running on all the relevant delivery platforms, selling a wide array of Thai staples from satay and shrimp cakes to curries, noodles, and dessert.
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Sapp Coffee Shop
Thai Town staple Sapp Coffee Shop remains open for takeout, but be advised: it’s still cash only, so bring bills for those jade noodles.
There may be no more famous Thai restaurant anywhere in Los Angeles (or Southern California overall) than Jitlada, the East Hollywood staple known for its massive menu and extra-spicy food.
Northern Thai Food Club
Northern Thai Food Club was one of 2019’s breakout dining stars, earning rave reviews from critics and locals alike. Now the few-frills restaurant’s best dishes can be had at home.
Luv2eat Thai Bistro
Luv2Eat Thai Bistro is a staple restaurant not just for Hollywood, but perhaps all of Los Angeles. The two-chef duo behind this hit strip mall star turn out some of the most flavorful (and often spicy) food around.
Same Same Thai
Silver Lake strip mall classic Same Same is still doing a robust delivery and takeout business for all those dinnertime needs, and recently began offering to-go wine and beer as well.
Sticky Rice, Echo Park
Not only is Sticky Rice in Echo Park still open, doing classic Thai dishes for delivery and pickup, they’ve also started bottling and selling cocktails.
Isaan Station Thai Street Food
Isaan Station works a menu of mostly Northern Thai street food staples, including the region’s namesake sausage.
Natalee Thai is the definition of a comforting neighborhood Thai restaurant, turning out reliable fare from pad thai on down to the Palms and Culver City area.
Santa Monica’s Thai Vegan offers something for the meatless set, including tofu curries, fried rice, and more.
Ayara Thai Cuisine
It’s a family affair at the beloved Ayara Thai in Westchester, where comfort Thai dishes are served with heart. Don’t sleep on the rich khao soi.
Gardena’s Sweet Rice has found a loyal following in the South Bay, with a focus on soups and desserts, including a killer mango sticky rice.