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Let's Pho Menu and Take Out in Los Angeles CA, 91423
  • Let's Pho

  • Thai, Asian, Vietnamese, Asian Fusion
  • 4344 Woodman Ave Los Angeles CA, 91423
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  • Hours 11:30am - 3:00pm
  • Soup
  • Spicy Thai Coconut Soup Coconut milk tames the heat and combines deliciously with chicken breast in spicy Thai coconut chicken soup.
  • Tom Kha One of the most famous of all thai foods, and what i think is one of the best soup in the world, is thai tom yum. Served with a choice of chicken or shrimp.
  • Poh Tak Thai spicy seafood soup in hotpot it is famous Thai spicy clear soup.
  • Tom Kha Seafood Hot Pot This Thai seafood soup is authentic and incredible tasting you’ll love the combination of seafood with lemon grass, coconut milk and lime.
  • Salad
  • Green Papaya Spicy Salad spicyThe green papaya, dried shrimp, toasted peanuts, fish sauce, lime juice and palm sugar. (Grilled shrimp so please let us know if you don't want it) Add crispy pork for $3.00
  • Thai Spicy Ground Chicken Salad It is usually eaten as a part of a set (laab, papaya salad and sticky rice.) There are variations of laab, duck laab, chicken laab. Served with vegetables such as cabbage, green beans, lettuce and Thai basil.
  • Grilled Chicken Salad Mixed green salad with grilled chicken skewers served with our Mustard& soy flavored dressing.
  • Curry
  • Yellow Chicken Curry Homemade yellow chili paste and coconut milk with potato and carrots, served with chicken, steamed rice and roti bread.
  • Special
  • Savory Vietnamese Crepes I’ve heard many folks refer to bánh xèo as “that Viet egg thing”and it always took me a while to figure out what they were talking about, until they mention the filling has chicken, shrimp, mung bean, bean sprouts and some green onion.
  • Crying Tiger Suea Rong Hai Thai-Style grilled a marinated top sirloin steak with “Jaew” Thai Dried Chili Dipping Sauce and sticky rice please let us know how would you like to cook your meat.
  • Nua Nam Tok (Spicy Grilled Beef Salad) Isaan-style grilled rib eye steak mixed with Thai herbs, such as lemon grass, mint leaves, saw-leaf, cilantro and hot chilies. Served with sticky rice
  • Grilled Marinated Beef, Pork or Chicken Over Rice with Fried Egg With Vietnamese. pickled fresh cucumbers, carrots, with light bean sauce. Topped with green onion and ground peanuts fried onion egg roll.
  • Wok-Panfried
  • Bangkok Fried Rice or Spicy Fried Rice Wok pan fried white rice with egg, tomato, white onion, garlic, and green onion. Choice of Meat Chicken, Tofu, Vegetable, bbq pork, shrimp or beef.
  • Crab Fried Rice Wok-fried rice with egg and crab meat with scallion onion and soft shell crab on the top served with sweet and sour sauce.
  • Kuay Tiaw Khua Kai The best thai dish you have never heard of CNN 2011 Aug 31, 2010. As with most thai noodle dishes, kuaytiaw khua kai, whose name translates roughly to "noodles dry-fried with chicken".
  • Pad-Sw-Eu The wok pan-fried flat Noodles with egg and Chinese broccoli, carrot, broccoli Choice of Meat Chicken, Tofu, Vegetable, Shrimp or Beef.
  • Bangkok Street Food Stir Fried Noodles Pad Thai Thin Rice noodle, egg bean sprout, green onion baked bean curd topped with crushed nuts and lime. Choice of Meat chicken, Tofu, Vegetable, Shrimp or Beef.
  • Pad-Kee Mao (Pan-Fried Spicy Noodles) Drunken Noodles. Choice of Meat Chicken, Tofu, Vegetable, Shrimp or Beef.
  • Yakisoba (Chow Mein) This is a dish that is popular in Japan and usually sold as street food. This version is made with BBQ pork, although you could easily substitute chicken or tofu, shrimp or beef.
  • Singapore Noodles Egg noodles topping with fried egg and mix vegetable, shrimp and chicken in chef special gravy sauce.
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