Thai Restaurants in Calabasas

$12 for $20 Worth of Thai and Peruvian Food at Thai Peru Restaurant

Thai Peru Restaurant


Classic Thai dishes such as pad thai and curry served with Peruvian favorite such as ceviche in a richly furnished space

$20 $12

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Three-Course Thai Dinner with Drinks for Two or Four at Tuk Tuk (Up to 46% Off)

Tuk Tuk

West Los Angeles

Wok stir-fries join classic noodle dishes and house specialties such as lemongrass chicken and roasted-duck curry

$55.50 $32

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$20 for $40 Worth of Gourmet Thai Cuisine at Rambutan


Silver Lake

Sample elegantly dished Thai favorites such as lemongrass noodle soups, steamed dumplings, and oyster mushroom tom yum

$40 $20

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Thai Cuisine at Chao Krung (33% Off). Two Options Available.

Chao Krung


One of the city’s oldest Thai restaurants serves up tom yum, crying tiger steak, and curry noodles in an elaborately decorated dining room

$40 $27

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Thai Food and Drink at Grandma's Thai Kitchen (Up to 50% Off). Three Options Available.

Grandma's Thai Kitchen

North Hollywood

Steamy bowls of soup, traditional noodle dishes, and spicy curries

$8 $4

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Thai Food for Two or Four at Tantalice Thai (Up to 40% Off)

Tantalice Thai

Harbor City

Lengthy Thai menu; customers can specify how spicy–or not spicy–they want their dish to be

$20 $12

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Thai and Cambodian Food for Two or Four at Sophy's Fine Thai & Cambodian Cuisine (Up to 40% Off)

Sophy's Fine Thai & Cambodian Cuisine

Long Beach

Authentic Thai and Cambodian dishes such as stir-fried beef in curry sauce, shareable seafood hot pots, pad thai, and basil clams

$20 $12

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Thai Food at Rice Thai Cuisine (Up to 57% Off). Two Options Available.

Rice Thai Cuisine

San Buenaventura (Ventura)

Classic yet inventive Thai menu highlighted by sticky rice, diverse (and spicy) curries, and specialty soju cocktails

$30 $13

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Employing exotic spices, fresh vegetables, and sweet sauces, the culinary experts at Singapore Express craft a full menu of authentic Thai cuisine including full-flavored curry and noodle entrees. Groups of two or four jumpstart palates with one or two appetizers, choosing between lighter selections such as steamed chicken dumplings and heavier subjects including deep-fried tofu and the meaning of life. Main courses vary in consistency from the broth-based chicken-coconut soup—a blend of swimming Thai herbs clinging to straw-mushroom buoys in a sea of coconut broth—to duck red curry served with steamed white rice. Table denizens can also rev up a stolid maw by imbibing signature dishes such as the Indonesian nasi lemak—a bed of rice cooked in coconut milk and crowned with chicken wings, fried fish, and a fried egg—or a spicy mint pork leg, which can be used to hold up a wobbly table.

4236 Lincoln Blvd
Marina Del Rey,

The sea is so close to Cholada’s Malibu location you can taste it. That’s in part due to the chef’s specials, a menu of delectable seafood dishes such as panang sea bass in a rich red curry sauce, and the spicy crispy salmon with garlic sauce.

18763 Pacific Coast Hwy

Stylish and spacious, boraan offers a posh setting in which to enjoy its artfully prepared Thai dishes. The menu features the traditionally succulent suspects, flanked by a redolent lineup of fried rice, stir-fry, and red, green, and yellow curries. Meanwhile, the signature seafood rad nah adorns its noodles with flavorful shrimp, mussels, scallops, calamari, crab, and chinese broccoli in a garlic-bean gravy sauce ($17.99). A BYOB policy and no corkage fee, as well as vegetarian and gluten-free options, ensure that boraan not only meets all culinary expectations but also extends them a handshake and a collectible business card.

9036 Burton Way
Beverly Hills,

Outside of Arunee House, two giant signs and a dark-green awning bear the eatery’s MO: to serve up a mix of more than 100 Thai and Chinese dishes. The kitchen staff tosses chicken, pork, beef, or shrimp into six different types of thai curry and mixes chantaboon noodles with chili powder and sprouts to create generous portions of pad thai. Servings of spicy squid prelude the house-special vegetable plate, a cornucopia of snow peas, chinese cabbage, bamboo shoots, black mushrooms, and freshly weaned baby corn. Eaters can augment their meals with glasses of thai iced tea or finish things off with a dessert of sweet sticky rice with mango.

10140 Riverside Drive
Los Angeles,

The chefs at Chadaka Thai shower traditional spices over a bevy of fresh seafood, spicy curries, and refreshing vegetarian dishes. Tender steak and succulent lamb chops don flavors of lemongrass and hot peppers as egg and rice noodles take on a range of shapes beneath savory sauces. In the dining room, towering windows and pillar-like pendant lights illuminate dark-wood décor as stark geometric furnishings find a rustic complement with burl accents and a patchwork-quilt ceiling. Candlelit tables for two fan the flames of a romantic evening or passionate fire-eating contest, whereas an outdoor patio framed by pinewood-hued beams grants diners a glimpse of the bustling shoppers just beyond their savory sanctuary.

310 N San Fernando Blvd

Sedthee welcomes diners with a warm atmosphere and gracious hospitality. The menu is packed with traditional Thai cuisine, including stir-fried dishes, hearty curries, and delicately flavored desserts. Start a gustatory voyage with the prosperous baby––baby back ribs in Thai herbs and flash fried for a texture bonus ($8.95)––before delving deeper into the dark heart of flavor with the Jungle Feast, which bathes crispy duck (or vegan soy duck) in a tub of sweet pineapple, grapes, and a spicy coconut-milk forest curry made with freshly-ground spices ($13.95). Sedthee's specialty spicy lamb chops come grass-fed from New Zealand to get a marinated coat of Thai spices ($15.95), and Devil's fried rice, which comes with a choice of chicken, beef, pork, or tofu ($7.95), and the creamy medium spice of the Panang curry, made with fresh, hand-juiced coconut milk (starting at $7.95), can please traditionalist palates. A dessert order of taro custard cake à la mode ($5.95) places the sweet end cap on top of the dinner pipe.

239 N Brand Blvd