111 N Fairfax Ave.,
Los Angeles, CA 90036.
(323) 939-8361

Copyright © Chao Krung Thai 2017.

Copyright © Chao Krung Thai 2017.

Full Menu


Popular Items from Old menu

Spring Rolls


Stuffed with mushroom, cabbage, carrot, and vermicelli deep fried served with sweet chili sauce.

$7.00


Angel Wings


Boneless chicken wings stuffed with ground chicken, mushrooms, carrot, and vermicelli, served with sweet chili sauce.

$9.00


Poo Ja


Cream cheese and imitation crab wrapped in crispy wonton skin.

$8.00


Devil Wings


Deep fried chicken wings in Sriracha sauce.

$8.00


Secret String Beans


Lightly deep fried and sautéed with sweet sauce and preservative cabbage.

$8.00


Vegetable Fried Wonton


Fried Wonton skin stuffed with potatoes, pea and carrot, served with sweet chili sauce.

$7.00


BBQ Pork Ribs


Our signature dish marinated in BBQ sauce, fresh pineapple, garlic, cilantro and soy.

$15.00


Kangari


Indian style curries with chicken, potatoes, and carrots simmered in coconut milk and yellow curry paste. Served with white or brown rice.

$12.00


Lad Na noodles


Stir fried flat rice noodles covered in a thick sauce with Chinese broccoli, seasoned with sweet soy, fish sauce, vinegar, sugar and pepper.

$10.00


Pad Woon Sen


Mung bean noodles stir-fried with onions, tomatoes, mushrooms, carrots, cabbage, broccoli, Chinese broccoli and bean sprouts.

$10.00


Snack

Bek Kai Todd (Fish Sauce Wings)


Chicken wings marinated in fish sauce and fresh garlic then sprinkled with fried Shallots.

$7.00


Issan Sausage (Homemade Thai Fermented Sausages)


Pork Shoulder mixed with lemongrass, chopped garlic, sticky rice, coriander root, and white pepper. Served with fresh ginger, a slice of lime, and birds eye chili.

$8.00


Neau Dad Deaw (Thai Style Fried Beef Jerky)


Top Sirloin Beef cut in thick strips then marinated in chefs sauce. Served with sticky rice and Sriracha sauce.

$8.00


Kai Satay (Chicken Satay)


Another popular street snack and most popular among westerners, Chicken breast marinated in lemongrass, galanga, turmeric, cumin seeds, coriander seeds, salt, and sugar then soaked overnight in condensed milk and coconut. Served with cucumber salad and peanut sauce.

$8.00


Pla Muk Yang (BBQ Squid)


BBQ whole squid marinated in chefs sauce and served with spicy garlic lime for dipping.

$7.00


Hoi Todd (Crispy Mussel Pancake)


Hoi Todd is a popular street food in Bangkok, and its a favorite dish among Thai people. Pancake filled with mussels, egg, green onions, chives, and bean sprouts. Spice it up with sweet and hot chili sauce and on the side. (Chef favorite)

$8.00


Khao Niaw Moo Ping (Thai Grilled Pork on Skewer with sticky rice)


Delicious street food on a stick. Pork Butt marinated with oyster sauce, seasoning sauce, fish sauce, palm sugar, white pepper, garlic, and cilantro root. Served with sweet plum sauce.

$7.00


Tod Mun Pla (Thai Fish Cake)


An iconic old-fashioned street snack. Fish paste, red curry paste mixed with sweet basil, kaffir lime leaves, Chinese long bean and fish sauce then deep fried. Served with refreshing cucumber and peanuts that adds texture and crunch to the sweetness of the sauce.

$9.00


Nam Sod Kao Tod (Spicy Crispy Rice with Thai Fermented Pork Salad)


Its a refreshing taste experience with an incredible combination of flavor and texture that pairs well with any bottle of beer or a glass of white wine. Thai Fermented Sour Pork combined with fresh ginger, shallots, green onions, roast peanuts, and cilantro with chili lime sauce. Topped with spicy crispy rice.

$9.00


Kanom Jeeb (Steamed Thai Dumplings)


Take a classic Chinese Dim Sum dish and incorporate into a Thai dish made famous in China Town of Bangkok. Shrimp and ground pork marinated with garlic, coriander roots, black pepper, fish sauce, water chestnuts wrapped in wonton skin and topped with fried garlic oil. Served with spicy dipping soy vinaigrette.

$9.00


Po Pia Sod (Fresh Roll)


Rice paper wrapped with cucumber, tofu, carrot, red leaf, shrimp and vermicelli noodles. Served with two dipping sauces, a sweet and sour with peanut, and a fish sauce with chili lime vinaigrette.

$8.00


Food Eaten With Rice

Khana Moo Krob (Thai Crispy Pork Belly with Chinese Broccoli)


Stir-fried Chinese Broccoli and Crispy Pork Belly with a pinch of garlic and sugar with roasted red peppers in oyster sauce and seasoning sauce.

$11.00


Neua Naum Tok (Thai Waterfall Beef)


Why Waterfall Beef? The legendary story is that sound of the sizzling juice from the cooked beef is an interpretation of a waterfall. The dish is from Issan (Northeastern Thailand) and it is full of flavors. Flap steak is cooked medium rare and mixed with fish sauce, lime juice, sugar, mint leaves, shallots, cilantro, chili flakes, and rice powder. Served with fresh green herbs. (sticky rice recommended)

$10.00


Kai Yang (Thai BBQ Game Hen Chicken)


Kai Yang is from Issan (Northeastern Thailand and usually paired with papaya salad). Marinated overnight with lemongrass, black pepper, cilantro, galanga, fish sauce, oyster sauce, and thin soy sauce, soaked in evaporate milk. Served with both, sweet sauce and spicy rice powder sauce. (Sticky rice recommended)

$13.00


Tom Yum (Authentic Thai Style Tom Yum Shrimp Soup) Small


The broth is base on flavors of lemongrass, kaffir lime leaves, galanga, combined with fresh lime juice, fish sauce, white mushroom, cilantro and Thai chilies with a pinch of sugar.

$6.00


Tom Yum (Authentic Thai Style Tom Yum Shrimp Soup) Hot Pot


The broth is base on flavors of lemongrass, kaffir lime leaves, galanga, combined with fresh lime juice, fish sauce, white mushroom, cilantro and Thai chilies with a pinch of sugar.

$18.00


Somtum Thai (Papaya Salad)


Somtum Thai is a central Thai-style papaya salad version. Green papaya salad is prepped using a clay mortar and wooden pestle. Garlic cloves and chili are pounded with the green papaya, dried shrimp, long beans, tomatoes, and peanuts seasoned with fish sauce, palm sugar, lime and tamarind juice. Flavor combines sweet, sour, salty, and spicy.

$9.00


Seua Rong Hai (Crying Tiger)


A classic Thai dish with a very special flavor. In that respect are many stories why it is called Crying Tiger. One of the stories is that the most tender and moist part of the cow is eaten by humans leaving nothing left for the tiger so the tiger will mourn. Flap meat marinated with garlic, pepper, and soy served with a spicy rice powder sauce.

$14.00


Tom Kha Kai (Coconut Soup with Chicken) Small


Thai coconut milk soup base along with chicken, lemongrass, kaffir lime leaves, galanga, combined with fresh lime juice, fish sauce, white mushroom, cilantro and Thai chilies with a pinch of sugar.

$7.00


Tom Kha Kai (Coconut Soup with Chicken) Hot Pot


Thai coconut milk soup base along with chicken, lemongrass, kaffir lime leaves, galanga, combined with fresh lime juice, fish sauce, white mushroom, cilantro and Thai chilies with a pinch of sugar.

$14.00


Pad Gra Pow


Another no-brainer dish for Thais. Quickly stir-fried in a hot wok with fresh garlic, chili, basil, and jalapeno in fish sauce and a hint of sugar, Thai seasoning, and oyster sauce.

$10.00


Pad King Sod


A Chinese-influenced dish that is popular for Thais. Stir-fried protein with fresh ginger, mushrooms, onions, and Jalapeno in soy sauce.

$10.00


Pak Boong Fai Daeng (Stir-fried Water Spinach)


Simple yet delicious, Thailand most famous dish. Stir-fried water spinach, garlic, and Thai chili in hot oil seasoned with soybean paste, oyster sauce, seasoning sauce and a pinch of sugar. 10 / With crispy Pork.

$12.00


Pla Gra-teem (Fried Whole Catfish in Garlic)


Catfish marinated in garlic and black pepper then deep fried. Topped with fried garlic and served with spicy lime sauce and red curry sauce on the side.

$23.00


Laab Moo (Northern Thai-style Spicy Pork Salad)


Minced pork is cooked with lime juice and seasoned with fish sauce, chili flakes, galanga, shallots, lemongrass, kaffir lime leaves, onions, mint leaves and toasted rice to give it some crunchy texture. (Sticky Rice recommended on this one).

$10.00


Curry

Served with rice.

Kaeng Keiw Wann (Thai Green Curry)


Green curry is a Central Thai curry style that is incredibly tasty. The dish consists of green curry paste (homemade), coconut milk, fish sauce, palm sugar, Thai eggplant, jalapeno, kaffir lime leaves, and sweet basil. A Chef favorite.

$10.00


Pha Naeng Curry (Red Curry)


Pha Naeng curry is a type of red curry that contains thick coconut milk with a little liquid added to it. Homemade red curry paste is mixed with creamy coconut and fish sauce, palm sugar, and kaffir lime leaves.

$10.00


Kaeng Hung-ley (Pork Belly Curry)


A Northern Thai Pork Belly Curry dish. A detectable combination of pork belly and pork butt cooked with fresh muddled red curry paste and braised for 3 hours with ginger and pickled garlic. Served with cucumber salad and rice on the side.

$12.00


One Plate Meal

Pad Thai


Famous stir-fried rice noodles commonly served as street food. Fresh rice noodles cooked with tamarind, fish sauce, palm sugar, peanuts, baked tofu, dried shrimp, preserved radish, egg, garlic, chives and bean sprouts.

$9.00


Khao Soi (Famous Chiang Mai Curry Noodles)


Khao Soi is a curry based soup. Main components is noodles, with homemade curry paste, and simmering in coconut milk seasoned with fish sauce, thin soy sauce, and palm sugar. Topped with fried noodles and served with pickled mustard, shallots, lime wedge with chili oil on the side. Chicken or Beef.

$13.00


Khao Mok Kai (Thai Chicken Biryani)


Biryani is prepared rice with six different herbs and spices then simmered with the chicken. The moist chicken is then served over this fragrant rice topped with fried shallots. Served with sweet and sour green spicy sauce on the side.

$12.00


Gra Pow Rad Khao


A no-brainer dish for Thais. Quickly stir-fry in a hot wok with fresh garlic, chili, basil, and jalapenos in fish sauce and a pinch of sugar, Thai seasoning, and oyster sauce. Served over brown or Jasmine rice with fried egg and chili lime sauce on the side.

$10.00


Kai Jiew Rad Khao (Thai omelet over rice)


Another no-brainer dishes for Thais. Minced shrimp and pork, sweet basil, onions with seasoning sauce and fish sauce. Served on top of jasmine rice and Sriracha sauce on the side.

$10.00


Pad Kee Mow Noodles (Spicy Drunken Noodles)


A great hangover cure dish. Stir-fry rice noodles, white onions, Jalapeno, peppercorn and sweet basil, fresh chilies and garlic, with fish sauce, oyster sauce, and soy.

$10.00


Khao Pad (Fried Rice)


Jasmine rice stir-fried with fresh garlic, egg, onions in fish sauce and seasoning sauce. Served with fried egg, lime wedge, cucumber, chilies and fish sauce on the side.

$10.00


Pad See Ew (Thai Stir Fry Noodles)


A standard lunch fare among Thais straight from the streets of Bangkok. Rice noodles stir-fried with choice of protein, garlic, egg, and Chinese broccoli in Thai soy sauce.

$10.00


Kuaytiaw Phat Poo (Crab Noodle)


The birth place of rice noodles along with the access to seafood is Chanthaburi, a province in eastern Thailand. Famous rice noodles and blue crab stir-fried with sprouts, garlic, and chives with a slice of lime.

$14.00


Side Orders

Jasmine Rice


$3.00


Brown Rice


$3.00


Coconut Rice


$4.00


Sticky Rice


$3.00


Beverages

Soda


Coke, diet coke, sprite.

$3.00


Cranberry Juice


$3.00


Lemonade


$3.00


Thai Iced Tea


$3.00


Thai Iced Coffee


$3.00


Whole Young Coconut


$6.00



About

Everything prepared with high quality, rich taste and made fresh on Order. Healthy, Delicious and made very Special, to steal all your hearts.


Business Hours

Mon - Fri : 11:30 am - 10:30 pm
Saturday : 11:30 am - 10:30 pm
Sunday : 11:30 am - 10:30 pm


contact

111 N Fairfax Ave.,
Los Angeles, CA 90036.
(323) 939-8361
Chaokrungrest@gmail.com