Khun Daeng Restaurant

★★★★☆
  • 13436 Sherman Way

    North Hollywood, CA 91605

    Map & Directions
  • 818-503-4993

About Khun Daeng Restaurant

Hours
Monday 10:00 AM - 10:00 PM Tuesday 10:00 AM - 10:00 PM Wednesday 10:00 AM - 10:00 PM Thursday 10:00 AM - 10:00 PM Friday 10:00 AM - 10:00 PM Saturday 10:00 AM - 10:00 PM Sunday 10:00 AM - 10:00 PM

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We found this little place in a very tiny strip mall very close to our home. We are so happy. The food is delicious. Not consistent but even the not great days are very good. This is the only reason for 4 stars. the staff are so

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★★★★★

We found this little place in a very tiny strip mall very close to our home. We are so happy. The food is delicious. Not consistent but even the not great days are very good. This is the only reason for 4 stars. the staff are so

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they have a very good food. it is an authentic thai food i ever had

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★★★★★

they have a very good food. it is an authentic thai food i ever had

Pros: best food in town

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Ok, I have been to at least 30 Thai restaurants in the greater Los Angeles' area, and twenty to thirty in various parts of Thailand. This one is "hands down" the worst eating and dining experience yet. Why? I walked in on a recent holiday because Thai restaurants are usually open. My first impression was that the decor was very nice. My second impression was-- where are all the customers? I'm talking dead here! There were two more waitresses than customers, and there were only two waitresses. I should have skedaddled, but my Thai companion wanted to have a new experience. Suffice it to say that I stayed away from Curdled Pork Bld Soup. I went with the old standby Pad Thai noodles. I figured-- "if you can't get that right?" My companion ordered Spicy Mint Leaves Seafood. We usually order three or four dishes. This time I insisted that we forget that notion, and also forget eating family style-- to each their own. I had a gastronomic premonition to cut my losses. Why? When a person orders food in a Thai restaurant, they are usually asked how spicy they want their dish. I requested my Pad Thai very spicy. The waitress explained to me that I did not want my food very spicy. Say What!!! I told her that it was all right, have the cook load it with Thai chili's because I eat Thai food Thai style-- hot! She still insisted that I should not order my food to my liking. Ok! Out of the kitchen came my Pad Thai, and it was plain tasting, without a hint of chili's, lacking any good amount of chicken, egg, crushed peanuts, bean sprouts or other garnishments, and almost no hint of Pad Thai sauce. Just plain boring! My companion's seafood dish was strong smelling, as in "old shoes" smelling seafood; the squid was tough, slimy and sour. We ended up throwing it away. Enough said?

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★☆☆☆☆

Ok, I have been to at least 30 Thai restaurants in the greater Los Angeles' area, and twenty to thirty in various parts of Thailand. This one is "hands down" the worst eating and dining experience yet. Why? I walked in on a recent holiday because Thai restaurants are usually open. My first impression was that the decor was very nice. My second impression was-- where are all the customers? I'm talking dead here! There were two more waitresses than customers, and there were only two waitresses. I should have skedaddled, but my Thai companion wanted to have a new experience. Suffice it to say that I stayed away from Curdled Pork Bld Soup. I went with the old standby Pad Thai noodles. I figured-- "if you can't get that right?" My companion ordered Spicy Mint Leaves Seafood. We usually order three or four dishes. This time I insisted that we forget that notion, and also forget eating family style-- to each their own. I had a gastronomic premonition to cut my losses. Why? When a person orders food in a Thai restaurant, they are usually asked how spicy they want their dish. I requested my Pad Thai very spicy. The waitress explained to me that I did not want my food very spicy. Say What!!! I told her that it was all right, have the cook load it with Thai chili's because I eat Thai food Thai style-- hot! She still insisted that I should not order my food to my liking. Ok! Out of the kitchen came my Pad Thai, and it was plain tasting, without a hint of chili's, lacking any good amount of chicken, egg, crushed peanuts, bean sprouts or other garnishments, and almost no hint of Pad Thai sauce. Just plain boring! My companion's seafood dish was strong smelling, as in "old shoes" smelling seafood; the squid was tough, slimy and sour. We ended up throwing it away. Enough said?

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My family and I have tried quite a few Thai restaurants in North Hollywood, but this is the only one that we always come back to. Yes, the decor leaves something to be desired (I agree with the previous review), but the food is absolutely incredible. Nothing is watered down here; this is authentic Thai food at its best!

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★★★★★

My family and I have tried quite a few Thai restaurants in North Hollywood, but this is the only one that we always come back to. Yes, the decor leaves something to be desired (I agree with the previous review), but the food is absolutely incredible. Nothing is watered down here; this is authentic Thai food at its best!

Pros: Wonderful authentic Thai food!

Cons: Ambience isn't too great

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Good Thai food at affordable prices. Simply put: You get what you pay for. No fancy stuff here. But that shouldn't deter one from checking out this place. I like bringing my family here. The food is good, depending on what you order. I don't recommend eating at the restaurant, especially if you want something romantic. The cheesy patterns that adorn the seats and the dark walls makes one wonder if Martha Stewart threw up here. But thank goodness they deliver!

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★★★★☆

Good Thai food at affordable prices. Simply put: You get what you pay for. No fancy stuff here. But that shouldn't deter one from checking out this place. I like bringing my family here. The food is good, depending on what you order. I don't recommend eating at the restaurant, especially if you want something romantic. The cheesy patterns that adorn the seats and the dark walls makes one wonder if Martha Stewart threw up here. But thank goodness they deliver!

Pros: delivery yes!, decent prices

Cons: ugly ambience

 

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