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By Lisa Dupuy | May 2, 2009
Off the beaten path both geographically and gastronomically, Cibo Thai is a quaint restaurant featuring fresh, authentic Asian fare. It?s about a half-mile west of Montrose proper and a world apart from your common, everyday Thai takeout. Try to disregard the somewhat dowdy exterior of Cibo with its mismatched signage, fading paint job and sad landscaping. The interior is warm and artistic with a calming color palette, beautiful Asian textiles and art, and pretty potted plants.
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May 6, 2006
Tep Thai has been a mainstay of Thai cuisine in Glendale since 1984. Owners Jimmy and Pat Tavornwattana strive to serve the best Thai food made with the freshest ingredients. The chef has over 20 years of cooking experience in Thailand. Tep Thai serves all the traditional dishes, like chicken Satay, Tom Kah Kai (hot and sour coconut chicken soup), Pad Thai (pan-fried noodles with chicken, shrimp, and egg garnished with crushed peanuts and bean sprouts), and succulent Thai barbecue pork, chicken, and beef.
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By Bill Scollon | January 20, 2007
Season Thai Cuisine is a small, unassuming Asian restaurant in downtown Burbank that boasts an extensive menu of Thai, Japanese and Chinese dishes. That menu comes with reasonable prices and a generous serving of flavor. The long list of starters includes fried wonton-wrapped shrimp served with a sweet sauce that has just a bit of heat. The good news about this appetizer is that it is all about the shrimp — plump and flavorful. The shrimp is not thickly breaded but is wrapped tightly and lightly in a paper-thin wonton that is quick-fried to a golden crisp.
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By Joanna Linkchorst | June 23, 2007
Don't blink when you're driving west on Foothill before Lauderdale or you'll miss T-House. And you would be very disappointed if you did. Just a tiny storefront, this wonderful little place holds some of the best Thai cuisine in the Crescenta Valley. Most of the business seems to be take-out or delivery (free within a 3-mile radius) because the restaurant space holds only about 20 people for dining, but the care to the interior, and the caring service, make it worth staying. The tablecloths, obviously homemade, since they match the curtain to the kitchen area, change with the seasons and holidays.
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August 17, 2005
Deborah Meron Exotic Thai restaurant has accumulated a loyal clientele for what many describe as its authentic Thai cuisine. Passionate about introducing Thai culture to Americans, owner Josephine Chung said this motivated her and her sister, Sunee Chung, to offer Thai massage and yoga in a salon alongside their restaurant. "When you know the food's good, you can hardly wait for the spa experience," said council member and former Burbank mayor Marsha Ramos, a frequent customer to the restaurant and Chaba Salon.
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November 12, 2008
Bakery - Porto's Bakery 315 N. Brand Boulevard, Glendale 818-956-5996 . Dessert - Mignon Chocolate Finding something easy and unique is always a challenge when entertaining. Glendale's "Best Dessert" winner, Mignon Chocolate , has many solutions, but one of the most interesting is the Mignon Chocolate Fountain (see photo). Simply dip strawberries into the cascading chocolate for a spectacular addition to any event.
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By Phillip Hain | May 22, 2010
If you are looking for a simple, nondescript, affordable place that has good Thai food, head over to Saraya Thai in Burbank. Look closely because it?s tucked in the corner of a strip mall, far from the trendier parts of town, making it a nice respite away from noise and crowds. The menu offers a wide variety of traditional Thai selections, although you will notice some dishes such as kung pao and tempura that are more commonly associated with Chinese and Japanese dining. However, if you?
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By Lisa Dupuy | May 2, 2009
Off the beaten path both geographically and gastronomically, Cibo Thai is a quaint restaurant featuring fresh, authentic Asian fare. It?s about a half-mile west of Montrose proper and a world apart from your common, everyday Thai takeout. Try to disregard the somewhat dowdy exterior of Cibo with its mismatched signage, fading paint job and sad landscaping. The interior is warm and artistic with a calming color palette, beautiful Asian textiles and art, and pretty potted plants.
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