Chao Krung Restaurant


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In a Nutshell

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

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Promotional value expires Feb 27, 2014. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 2 per table for 2 person option, limit 1 per table for 4 person option. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation required. Dinner only. Dine-in only. Not valid for happy hour specials. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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$35 for a three-course dinner for two (up to a $73 total value)

  • One shared appetizer (up to a $9 value)
  • One noodle or rice dish (up to a $12 value)
  • One curry dish (up to a $12 value)
  • One wok dish (up to a $12 value)
  • One shared dessert (up to an $8 value)
  • Two beers, glasses of wine, or soju cocktails (up to a $20 value)<p>

$69 for a three-course dinner for four (up to a $146 total value)

  • Two shared appetizers (up to an $9 value each)
  • Two noodle or rice dish (up to a $12 value each)
  • Two curry dish (up to a $12 value each)
  • Two wok dish (up to a $12 value each)
  • Two shared desserts (up to an $8 value each)
  • Four beers, glasses of wine, or soju cocktails (up to a $40 value)<p>

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Chao Krung

Today, the Los Angeles foodscape is saturated with the culinary styles of countries from the other side of the Pacific. But nearly 40 years ago, that was hardly the case. In 1976, Supa Kuntee and her family opened Chao Krung, one of L.A.'s very first Thai restaurants (the second ever, as far as they know). Early on, they attracted hordes of curious diners who had never sampled the Kuntees' native foods. Years later, the family still follows those traditional recipes when crafting their wide selection of noodle, rice, curry, grill-based, and wok-prepared entrees. The pad thai is quite popular, as is papaya salad and tom yum, a soup that can be made with spicy lemongrass chicken or tofu and mushrooms.

As they did with the menu, the Kuntees looked to authentic Thai traditions when designing Chao Krung. They pride themselves on recreating the elaborate decor found in many Bangkok restaurants, hinted at by the intricately carved welcome sign that greets guests in two languages. From tables set with linen napkins folded into lotus flowers, people can admire the ornate mural of the Chao Praya riverbank, or gaze through one the painted window boxes set into teak-wood walls. An illuminated sala roof, meanwhile, covers one end of the bar, protecting patrons from the intrusive gaze of any secret agent spies hiding in the rafters.

Customer Reviews

Great food
Tim E. · August 25, 2014
Enjoy the marvelous food, gracious staff, and attractive setting. AND if it is mango season, definitely end your meal with mango and sticky rice. Perfect!
Eric B. · March 25, 2014
Delicious, very nice & friendly staff. Lovely experience.
Charlene W. · February 27, 2014

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