Phangga Jungle Curry at Jitlada
Phangnga Jungle Curry: Pork spare ribs with Thai eggplant

Crying Tiger Beef @ Jitlada Thai
Crying Tiger Beef or Pork
(Featured on Food Network’s “Best Thing I Ever Ate: Hot & Spicy” episode)

Crispy Morning Glory Salad at JitladaCrispy Morning Glory Salad: Deep-Fried Chinese Watercress w/ Shrimp & Spicy House Dressing

Green Mussel Curry at Jitlada
Steamed Mussels: Live New Zealand mussels cooked in a lemongrass and basil broth served with our homemade green chili sauce

Jitalda Thai Restaurant
Soft Shell Crab Curry Sauce: Deep fried soft shell crab in our special house curry sauce

Spicy Fish Kidney Curry @ Jitlada ThaiCoco Tai Plaa: Spicy Fish Kidney Curry with minced shrimp, pumpkin, and ground red snapper in coconut milk with a Thai omelet on the side.  ( Note: This dish is on Jonathan Gold’s “99 Things to Eat in L.A. Before You Die” list! )

Plaa Thawt Mamuang at JitladaPlaa Thawt Mamuang: Deep fried whole sea bass smothered in spicy sweet chili mango sauce

Jitlada's Dynamite Challenge - SeafoodChef Tui’s Dynamite SPICY Challenge (hottest on menu) with Seafood: Green mussels, scallops, squid, crab and vegetables. Challenger must eat EVERYTHING on the plate to succeed, including vegetables. 

Jitlada Thai, MyLastBite.comSpicy Oxtail Soup: Southern Thai-style Oxtail Soup with onions, tomatoes, and fried shallots

Moo Mae Chan at Jitlada
Moo Mae Chan: Grilled Pork southern style with papaya salad and sticky rice

Jitlada Thai, MyLastBite.comKoong Pear/Pla Pear: Deep-fried Shrimp/Red Snapper in curry, toasted coconut, and Crispy Tea Leaves

Jitlada Thai,
Green Curry Dragon Eggs: Fish ball stuffed with salted egg yolk in Green Curry

Khua Kling Phat Tha Lung at Jitlada
Khua Kling: turmeric flavored dry curry with beef or pork  (Dry Curry famous for it’s spiciness!)

Deep Fried Chicken  w/ Turmeric GarlicPang-Pond Kai Kamin: Deep fried chicken (bone in) marinated with turmeric and topped with fried garlic . 

Jitlada Thai, Coco Mango Salad: Green mango salad with shrimp

Jitlada Thai, MyLastBite
Pad Sator: Nakhon Sri Tammarat style stir-fried sator (or sataw) aka “stinky” beans
with shrimp, ground pork and squid. 

Jitlada Thai,
Kaeng Cha-Phluu: Spicy, turmeric-seasoned curry with tea leaves. Available with catfish, red snapper, or clams. 

Chicken Satay at Jitlada Thai Restaurant
Chicken Satay

Crispy Catfish Salad at Jitlada Thai Restaurant
Crispy Catfish Salad: Crispy shredded catfish on top of a mango salad, peanuts, and cilantro. 

Spring Roll at Jitlada Thai Restaurant
Freshy Rolls: Fresh vegetables and tofu wrapped in steamed rice paper

Jitalda Thai Restaurant
Celebrity Chicken: Stir fried crispy chicken with chili paste and green beans top with fried basil

Pumpkin Prawns @ Jitlada
Pumpkin Kung Nang: Stir-fried Giant Prawns in a luscious Southern Curry with Pumpkin.

(more coming soon!)

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