Review: Luv2eat is one of Hollywood's essential Thai restaurants

Bill Addison reviews Luv2eat Thai Bistro in Hollwyood.
Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • March 5, 2020
When ordering jade noodles at Hollywood’s Luv2eat Thai Bistro, you have a choice: broth poured over top or served on the side? Dry-style is the move. Adding stock would dilute the truest aim of the dish: to relish how the meats gloss the pale...
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