Thai This Now: Coconut Rabbit

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • August 29, 2013
It was Saturday around 7 p.m. Prime time for a restaurant. Yet there you are, one of only two parties at the Coconut Rabbit, a 3-month-old Thai bistro on a relatively obscure bit of Katella Avenue in Los Alamitos. You look around the empty room—at...
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