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9084 Tampa Ave, Northridge, CA 91324
  • The hot, unfortunately, is not as hot as at other places, but it still satisfies that much needed flare for which my taste buds yearn about every two weeks
  • Thai Bamboo also offers a small collection of desserts, as well as delicious appetizers that range from spring rolls to tempura

    • by Cyle
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      Thai Bamboo was the fist Thai restaurant at which I ever ate, and I’m glad I did. Although I came from a place without much Thai cuisine availability, I have–since moving to Los Angeles–eaten at many Thai restaurants. Thai Bamboo in Northridge, though, remains my favorite.

      Despite its location, it is actually a very nice place. It’s kept very clean inside, the food presentation is very neat, & the people are friendly and will take your order either in English or Thai. I like ordering what I can in Thai… I feel like it adds to the authenticity.

      When it comes to the food, I’m mainly writing


      from a vegetarian’s perspective. However, there are some aspects that can apply to anybody. For instance, the level of “hotness” desired, just like at many Thai restaurants, is determined by the diner. You can choose from mild, medium, and hot. The hot, unfortunately, is not as hot as at other places, but it still satisfies that much needed flare for which my taste buds yearn about every two weeks.

      The menu at Thai Bamboo is fairly extensive. You can choose from noodles, soups, salads, rice, curries, and stir-frys, among other things. Their Thai Iced Tea or Chaa Yen is pretty standard-tasting, but it feels ...


      • really really good to drink in the summer. My favorite dishes here are Pad Kee Mow and Pad See Ew.

        As for the vegetarianism, anything can be made vegetarian (well, probably not things like the orange chicken, although if you ask for it vegetarian, they might very well try to accomodate!). You simply have to tell them that you want it vegetarian. Make sure to clearly state this, though, for it won’t be made vegetarian if you simply say something like, “with vegetables.” Many of their dishes are made with a fish sauce base, and they need to know to change this.

        If you go for lunch,

        they have a lunch combo that gets an individual a larger variety of foods for a lot less. It indludes rice, appetizers, a salad, and a main dish and is available from 11am until 4pm.

        Thai Bamboo also offers a small collection of desserts, as well as delicious appetizers that range from spring rolls to tempura. All of it can be delivered as long as you live within a few miles of the restaurant. You must order a minimum of $12, and there is a $1 charge for delivery (to pay for the gas).

        So next time you’re in the valley, and you’re in the mood for Thai, visit Thai Bamboo!




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