Night + Market

Asian, Thai
$ $
9041 W Sunset Blvd (Doheny Dr)
West Hollywood, CA 90069
(310) 275-9724
11:30am - 2:30pm
6:30pm - 10:30pm
11:30am - 2:30pm
6:30pm - 10:30pm
11:30am - 2:30pm
6:30pm - 10:30pm
6:30pm - 10:30pm
6:30pm - 10:30pm
6:30pm - 10:30pm

“Our restaurant is very small, very cramped, and very loud,” notes Night + Market’s website. You can almost imagine Chef Kris Yenbamroong warning, “Know what you’re getting yourself into!” While Yenbamroong has no formal culinary training, he’s not without Thai food pedigree; he’s the son of the family behind the well-respected West Hollywood Thai restaurant Talesai. But Night + Market dances to its own beat, serving Northern Thai street food in the nightclub district of the Sunset Strip with a style and philosophy Yenbamroong describes using Thai term “aharn glam lao,” which he explains means making “the most delicious and authentic Thai food to facilitate drinking and fun-having amongst friends."  Fried pig tail, fried pig ear with chile and garlic, Isaan-style grilled fatty collar, lots of Thai beer and Mekhong whisky (actually more like a rum) are served in a setting that has been described as a G.I. Bar in '70s Bangkok.  


  • Try the Rotgut Mekong whisky, stinky natural Gamays from the Loire, fearsome yet delicious nam prik, or pounded salads from the area around Chiang Mai.
  • Night + Market has a menu based on the bar snack. You will find a kind of Thai tapas, a unit of consumption carefully calibrated to the refreshment inherent in a single bottle of Singha ~Jonathan Gold
  • Go long pork. The sour pork and crispy rice salad tastes is as weird and good as it sounds. The pork toro, aka the grilled pork collar, is like bacon from the Thai gods with tangy spicy chili sauce.
  • The hype continues to mount: Maybe it's the exquisite and (very) spicy street food, like pad thai, grilled fatty pig collar, and fried chicken wings, bathed in "rooster sauce."
  • Ok. I love this place for the food. But the ambience leaves something to be desired.
  • Do not miss the Yum Som Oh Boran during dineLA. The authentic Thai restaurant in West Hollywood is offering a three-course dinner for $40 during dineLA.
  • Named #3 in our 10 Best New Los Angeles Restaurants of 2014 list!
  • This hip, minimalist spot on Sunset Boulevard makes some of the best Thai street food in the city. [Eater 38 Member]
  • Tuck into the crisp, meaty, fried pig tails, and juicy charred pork meatballs. 1 warning: some dishes & sauces pack serious heat. Save room for the ice cream sandwich.
  • It was soooooo good! Pig tails + pork toro + yum naw Mai + 3 flavor fish + nam kao tod was all really good. Papaya salad and larb Gai was ok. Beware... 1 shot of cordon blue was $30!
  • We really liked the chicken sandwich!
  • Super imaginative approach to Thai food with a solid foundation in the flavors of the cuisine. If the uni fried rice special is on the menu, its a definite must.
  • Crispy rice salad
  • Crispy rice salad is great ambiance VERY good prices
  • Crab rice, Massaman curry lamb, pad Thai. Super super delicious!!! And those bread pieces are to die for!!!
  • Love their peanut butter sauce that comes with the saut chicken or meat. Super trendy Thai place
  • Larb Gai + Pad Kee Mao
  • The food and the place felt very authentic. It was a bit too intense for me personally.
  • Hasn't replaced pok pok in my heart, but very good. If you're keto/gluten free, make sure to ask if fried items are breaded. Most are. Hidden treasures was my favorite. Crowd unreasonably good looking

Nearby places

9009 W Sunset Blvd (at Hammond St)
2700 N Vermont Ave (at Los Feliz Blvd)
8433 W Sunset Blvd (at Olive Dr)