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Review: Orange County’s 10 best Thai restaurants for takeout and delivery

Brad A. Johnson • Orange County Register • May 7, 2020

phone. 1719 W. La Palma Ave., Anaheim, 714-999-0563, esan.cafes-guide.com Spicy fried rice with crispy pork at Thai and Laos Market (aka E-San Rod-Sap) in Anaheim (Photo by Brad A. Johnson, Orange County Register/SCNG) Thai Nakorn You would be a fool to

order from Thai Nakorn and not get both the barbecue chicken and the barbecue beef. They also make one of the best green papaya salads. Takeout: Yes. Delivery: Grubhub, Postmates, Uber Eats. 12532 Garden Grove Blvd., Garden Grove, 714-583-8938

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Update on Thai Nakorn Garden Grove

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • June 26, 2009

There was some chatter on the Chowhound boards today about the progress of the Thai Nakorn in Garden Grove, and it reminded me that the last time I wrote about it here, I reported that March was the target opening date. Would you look at the time

next week they want major changes on the same item,” he wrote. This fact was confirmed when I talked to someone at the Stanton Thai Nakorn.  The man said that the Garden Grove restaurant is actually ready-to-go, but the red tape might push back the

Thai Nakorn in Garden Grove NOW OPEN!

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • August 24, 2009

This just in: A reader has informed me that Thai Nakorn in Garden Grove finally opened this weekend. This after months of back-and-forths, pushing-and-pulling with the city. To those out there who are unfamiliar with Thai Nakorn or its history, READ

MY REVIEW OF THE STANTON BRANCH (the first one I did for OC Weekly, two years ago).  To those who are fans (myself included) the dream scenario has finally happened:  Orange County now has two Thai Nakorns! Here's the happy news and a quick review

Thai Nakorn's Garden Grove Store Reopening

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • January 26, 2009

O.C.'s Thai food-enthusiasts know the story already: Thai Nakorn was originally in Buena Park, blocks away from Knott's when it got kicked out by its landlords to make way for condos. But they moved to Garden Grove soon after, and all was well

, the Garden Grove location is literally going to rise up from its ashes. A tipster named Bonnie has told me that it will be re-opening in late February or early March.  With two Thai Nakorns in O.C., all will never be better.

TODAY: Thai Nakorn in Garden Grove to Have Grand Opening Lunch Celebration With Free Food

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • August 28, 2009

Commentor Terry M. just wrote in that Thai Nakorn Garden Grove will officially be having their Grand Opening today (Friday, August 28) and that they will be celebrating it by offering free food at lunch. (As I reported, they had their soft opening

10 Essential Garden Grove Restaurants

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • March 14, 2014

and uniformly coated in that flavorful muck. Thai Nakorn Even after Thai Nakorn was forced out of its original Buena Park location, then suffered a devastating fire when it moved to Garden Grove, the venerable restaurant topped our Best Of lists again

and again. There are two Thai Nakorns now–both thriving and producing the food we've always used as the benchmark at which to measure the worthiness of other Thai restaurants. It doesn't matter which one you go to, either Garden Grove or Stanton; the

Retired Lafayette Cafe Chef Writing Cookbook

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • August 11, 2014

Lafayette Cafe was a legend. It opened in 1972 at what is now the location of Thai Nakorn in Garden Grove and fed the county coq a vin, steak tartare and other French delicacies for 30 years, finally closing in 2002 when its chef and owner, Chef

Thai This Now: Coconut Rabbit

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • August 29, 2013

romantically lit space with the capacity to handle at least five times that. That night, after finishing one of the most flawless Thai meals you had ever eaten, you realized that you'd stumbled into the best Thai restaurant since Thai Nakorn. Coconut Rabbit

, you think, should've had them lining up for blocks. It must be said that Thai Nakorn and Coconut Rabbit are very different in appearance, menu and mission. If Thai Nakorn is a grand department store of Thai cuisine, Coconut Rabbit is more of an

10 Great Thai Restaurants in Orange County (and Long Beach)

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • May 11, 2012

place feels even smaller as more people discover it. The entire restaurant, kitchen included, would fit inside Garden Grove's Thai Nakorn like a marble in a shoebox. But that's all the space it needs. Sutha has but one cook and one server, and they're

pad see ew, silky yellow curry or pad thai, but to finally taste the salmon salad is to realize that when it comes to Thai restaurants, size doesn't matter.  1. Thai Nakorn Without so much as a plane ticket, you can eat Thai food at its most authentic

10 Great Soups In OC

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • October 25, 2013

, which comes with one bowl of rice. Then, just order another bowl for a buck, which instantly stretches the meal to become a two-fer. 3. Tom Yum Kha Gai at Thai Nakorn Two soups you should never pass up ordering at Thai Nakorn are the tom yum kah gai and