Not many Thai restaurants do Happy Hour, but La Jolla’s Chedi Thai Bistro does—and does it right. Each night from 5 – 7pm, the Chedi Thai Bistro Happy Hour serves select menu favorites, $5 wine and $3 beer and mixed drinks for an affordable and flavorful experience you won’t forget.
Tucked away in a residential area high on top of Mount Soledad lies a quaint hidden gem: Turmeric Thai Kitchen. Named after the peppery yellow spice that’s found in curry, the restaurant has already gained a loyal following despite having only been a part of the community since 2014. With favorites like Pad Thai, yellow curry, pineapple fried rice, and chili lime sea bass on the menu, Turmeric offers fresh and flavorful dishes at an affordable price in a modern, comfortable setting. Continue reading
We are very excited to share the recipe for Chedi Thai’s Grilled Thai-style Pork Chops! This ever-popular menu item can be found on the restaurant’s $10 Prix-Fixe lunch menu. Even better, it’s easy to make at home! Continue reading
The progressive and flavorful food at Spice & Rice Thai Kitchen is a force to be reckoned with, and as the oldest Thai food restaurant in La Jolla, it’s evident how this place has lasted nearly 20 years in a community whose dining establishments are constantly evolving. The restaurant was founded in 1996 by a band of three chefs with a passion for Thai food – from pineapple fried rice to Panang Curry Duck and homemade coconut ice cream, there is no shortage of mouthwatering options on the the menu.