1049 Gayley Avenue, Los Angeles, CA | Directions 9002434.060930 -118.447495
Mon-Thu 11 am - 10 pm Fri 11 am - 10:30 pm
Sat 12 pm - 10:30 pm Sun 12 pm - 10 pm
Neighborhoods: West LA, Westwood
Definitly use them again – I enjoy using Thai Body works. They know what there doing, there warm and friendly. They meet my demands no question.
Great Massage – In the past few years I have been using Thai Body Works for message theropy. They have exceded my expectations. Their kknowledge on how to make me comfortable and to take care of my individual needs has been outstanding. I have always left rejuvinated and feeling like a new person. The staff is extremely friendly and willing work me in at almost a moment's notice. I would have to give Thai Body Works five Stars for Service and Value
GREAT massage, competitive prices – Found this place while walking thru my neighborhood and have been going there for a year or so. I used to go to Pho Siam but this place is just as good and much closer to home! I'm one of those peeps who always complain the massages aren't hard enough, and here they are! I always walk out of there feeling like a million bucks. Fyi it's a really small place and nice, though fairly modest. All of the staff is great! As a female customer, I feel comfortable with all the masseuses there, both the male and female.
McThai Food. – Everything here is unexceptional. We ordered the tom yum goong soup to start. It was very sweet without a hint of ginger in it. The mushrooms in the soup were canned--which isn't the end of the world--but the soup lacked any depth of flavor. There was no lemon grass, no basil, hardly anything.
We ordered two chicken dishes and a noodle dish. I couldn't tell the chicken dishes apart, so I honestly couldn't tell you which dishes I ordered. One was supposed to have basil in it, but didn't. The noodles were greasy, and were probably the best thing we ordered, but unexceptional.
Not the worst Thai in the area (that dubious honor goes to Thai Emporium), but definitely not anyplace I'd go to again. Always a bad sign at a Thai restaurant: Chinese dishes on the menu. There were several. Thankfully there was no sushi on the menu, so it could have been worse...
If you have friends who claim to like asian or spicy food, but they always order sweet & sour chicken every time they go out, you might want to take them here. It's just Thai enough to pass as Thai, but not so Thai that you'll be eating spicy crispy catfish any time soon. It's the McDonald's of Thai.
Reliable and Consistently good – I have been eating here forever and it never disappoints. EVERYTHING I've gotten was good, the service was great, waitress always checked on us, quick, and cheap. I love their pad see ew and panang. I think there are other places that have better Thai food if you have money to burn, but in general this is a great place to go if you are craving thai food for cheap. I like this place better than Tuk Tuk, Natalee, Toi, etc....
Bad Experience – Pros: Nice atmosphere.
Cons: From the time my party ordered to the time I received my food, at least 35 minutes had passed. There is no excuse for a Beef and Bamboo dish to take that long. It ultimately wasn't even good. Very bad overall experience.
Pretty good – Above average Thai food, definitely a good choice if you're in Westwood village, although there are some better (and plenty worse) Thai restaurants outside of that immediate area. The family style platters are good for dining with several friends - the more people you bring, the more different dishes you get to try. Or you could go alone and just bring a lot home with you.
Best Thai in Westood – I have pretty high standards when it comes to Thai food, but Thai House definitely met them. Their dishes (which are priced around $7-$8) were incredible, especially the curry dishes! Also, their pad see ew and pan-fried noodle dishes are defintely up-to-par. Even the pineapple fried rice comes in a real pineaple! It's a pretty quiet atmosphere in a dimly-lit, quaint space and a great place to dine at if you're strolling around Westwood Village trying to decide on a place to eat.
Editorial Review – Specialists perform Thai yoga therapy a mix of yoga and stretching that leads energy balance and often complete rejuvenation.
Our favorite thai restaurant! – This place is definitely in my top 5 favorite restaurants in West L.A. I crave it at least once a month, so my fiancee and I have been there quite frequently over the past 3 years. It's consistently great tasting affordable thai food, and the staff has always been nice. The clams in black bean sauce are delicious, and the mint rolls are light but tasty, and the spicy chicken w/basil always satisfies! The decor is nothing to write home about, but we don't mind as long as the food keeps tasting great and they keep their prices the same.
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