The difference between Lao Thai Kitchen and other restaurants: we freshly squeeze all the limes for our various salads and dishes We squeeze 800 pieces, that’s why we are invigorating. All done!
Khao Soi, the Lao version. A menagerie of salty beans and chilies, the rather translucent broth is not the curried broth unlike found in the Thai version. If you use your hands to bring the bowl up for a broth slurp down, you will not […]
Laotians light candles to celebrate Ok Phansa festival with the festival taking place in Luang Prabang, Laos, on October 24, 2018. Here’s a look on the festival: The picture above showing the people attending the Ok Phansa festival celebrating at the temple. The picture above showing a Lao […]
We will be closed on Sunday (11/4) for a private event. We apologize for the inconvenience and thank you for your continued patronage. We will re-open on Tuesday (11/6). Khob chai (thank you). – Lao Thai Kitchen (LTK)
While not officially on the menu, here’s the run down on the not so secrect menu. Pork Strips, Moo Tod: pork belly, lapped in whipped eggs and flour, seasoned and deep fried until golden. Great as an appetizer or have at it with a side […]
Larb Eggplant, a dish added to the menu after we perfected it weeks ago. A scrumptious dish fried with eggplant, prawns and ground chicken, mixed with onions, mint, cilantro, ground rice powder in lime juice. Pairs truly well with Beerlao Lager or a new relationship, […]
Sauteed pork with garlic, Moo Kra Tiem. A simple but so delicious dish is popular among the crowd, especially with children since it does not contain spice! However, if spice is needed, we are more than happy to oblige to satisfy your cravings! Try it […]
We will be closed at lunch today (9/22) for a private event. We apologize for the inconvenience and thank you for your continued patronage. We will re-open for dinner starting at 5 PM until 9 PM. Khob chai (thank you)! – Lao Thai Kitchen (LTK)
Twice-cooked chicken wings, deep fried and glazed with LTK’s sweet and tangy Thai chili signature sauce topped with crispy basil. Our signature dish with our signature sauce with our signature name with our signature of approval.
Come try our Khao Poon. Lao Thai Kitchen (LTK) is the only place on Solano Avenue [nestled in Albany, California] that serves this mouth watering noodle soup… From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia: Khao poon (Lao: ເຂົ້າປຸ້ນ; also known as Lao laksa and sometimes spelled kapoon […]