Restaurant Review: Sanamluang Cafe bursting at the seams with memorable Thai noodle and rice dishes.

Authentic Dishes Offer Taste of Bangkok
MAX JACOBSON • Los Angeles Times • September 21, 1995
The corner of Coldwater Canyon Boulevard and Sherman Way is one of the Valley’s best intersections for ethnic eats, lit up by Vietnamese, Latino and Chinese places. Bangluck Plaza, home to a Thai market, a Filipino-Chinese barbecue and the...
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