Holy Basil - DTLA

Looks like the ultimate bacon & eggs! :blush::drooling_face::blush:

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Really enjoyed my meal here, haven’t been eating out as often and this was a nice meal. We ordered the Kanah Moo Krob, Kang Kew Waan Kai (green curry) with a side of Kai Jeew (Thai omelette), Pad See Ew, Chicken wings, and a side of Chinese broccoli.
Kanah Moo Krob was my favorite dish out of the ones we ordered. Curbside pickup is the key.


hi @Hungrydrunk

how did you like this? did it have any meat?

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Nope, no meat. It kinda looks like an overcooked thin omelette, kinda crispy on the outside but soft in the inside served on top of the extra rice I ordered. It was good. I don’t think I’ve ever had it before but I liked it.(this was a side that I added with my green curry order)

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Thai omelettes are great over rice and copious amount of Thai sriracha and prik nam pla

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This really is a good place. I love how they package the dishes on top of the rice. I just wish they would expand the menu.

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For Thai restaurants I hoping the trend will be tighter menus.

Look at Northern Thai Food Club the menu is almost 100% Northern. They got plenty of non-Thai customers who came in.


Look out for special Yum nights—that’s when they have unique specials

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deep fried barrumundi belly
damn good with some holy sauce and a bowl of rice. the skin reminded me of fried amadai.

I’ll be getting the fried fillets next

kai jeew

what @JeetKuneBao said

pad thai goong - ecuador white shrimp, pan fried rice noodle, egg, tamarind fish sauce, fried tofu, bean sprout, chives and peanut


Loved this cauliflower yum—don’t think we’ve ever had it prepared this way, just lightly steamed but still great crunch so fresh and delicious

Fried barramundi with sweet chili relish—so good!


How does the fried belly hold up to transport?



it’s delicious! not surprisingly, the process of making mortadella is almost identical to making cha lua. they have some other fun collaborations in the works!


I opened the container during transit so it wouldn’t steam and it reheated and crisped up nicely in the toaster oven.

Is there one general temp/time setting you start off w/ for any item that needs crisping?

Was this a one-time special? I don’t see it on the menu.

i usually take whatever i’m reheating out of the fridge and let it come up to temp, i then preheat the toaster oven for 350 and warm for 7-8 minutes depending on the size.


yeah, i think so. it was a special for a couple days last week.

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When I ordered the belly wasn’t an option, but the filet was .

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