1638 N La Brea Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90028
Parking: Garage, Street
Bike Parking: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Cuisines: Asian, Caterers, Take Out, Fast Food, Thai, Seafood
Alcohol: Beer, Wine
Takes Reservations: Yes
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Price Range : Average
04/24/2012Provided by Citysearch -
Let's start with we were told after being screwed over ""NO MANAGER ON DUTY""?!! If you have business and you're ordering for your staff BEWARE! These people do not care if they screw up your order or entire meal. They shorted us on our order, while half the food got cold they insisted we wait for the rest of order and pay more, then refused to give a refund on the food we were not going to eat. We asked to speak to a manager and they told us one was not on duty! First a waitress who spoke little English advised us that she was the only person to tal too then rudely hung up stating she had ""a table she needed to get too"". Next call landed us with the person who claimed to be the delivery driver. He also could barely communicate. Back to the horrid experience... The food was already cold let alone wait for more to make it a full meal and when we asked to get it refunded they refused! THEY RIPPED US OFF! My whole staffed starved while I re-ordered from another (and better) Thai restaurant and paid once again for a new meal... but at least they got a hot plate from somewhere else! Once again:
DELIVERED WRONG ORDER
REFUSED TO HANDLE THE SITUATION
REFUSED RETURN OF FOOD FOR REFUND
TOLD NO MANAGER ONSITE
BARELY ENGLISH SPEAKING
The list goes on but BEWARE, this restaurant can RUIN your meal plans and will not care they did. That's just terrible to do.
08/13/2011Provided by Citysearch -
IF YOU WANT ENTITLED RACIST ASIAN ATTITUDE, MEDIOCRE FOOD, LOUSY LOUSY SERVICE AND PAY HIGH PRICES FOR IT, RUN DON'T WALK TO THE PINK PEPPER. DELIVERY IS AN ABSOLUTE NIGHTMARE, NOTHING IS EASY WITH THIS GROUP. IF YOU WANT SAUTEED AGGRAVATION AND PANANG ATTITUDE WITH MORE THAN A SPRINKLE OF RACIST ATTITUDE THIS IS YOUR PLACE. 1 IS TOO HIGH A RATING THEY SHOULD OFFER NEGATIVE 5, THAT WOULD BE ABOUT RIGHT.
HORRIBLE HORRIBLE HORRIBLE
12/16/2009Provided by Citysearch -
Nothing about this restaurant is good except the exits. I have been to Pink Peppers one other time and the Service was LOUSY but me being the idiot that I am decided to give it a second chance. What a mistake. Not only did I go but I went with 4 other guests, 3 of which happened to be African American like myself. We arrived at 1:15pm and did not eat until 1:45pm. WTH!! Nobody every came to our table to ask us what we wanted. We had to flag down random waitresses just to give our order and then it gets worse. After ordering our food our last guest arrived and ordered and when the food finally arrived 40 minutes later HE got served before us!! HUH? I complained and got no apology. The only thing we received was an excuse that they had waitresses on the inside and that they thought we were waiting on someone else. Well if that's true then ask us don't just ASSume. I am not above saying I believe it was racial because when white patrons came into the restaurant and before their butts hit the chair the waitresses immediately ran over and asked them what they wanted to order. This happened several times during our Hour long ordeal that white patrons would come in and be seated and served quickly. Hmmmm makes me wonder. Anyway I am going to tell everyone I know to boycott this restaurant. It may not make a huge difference in their sales but I will do my best to spread the word. Pass it on!
BTW...they attempted to assauge the Intention infliction fo emotional distress by offering a 20% discount on the bill. We reluctantly accepted.....it should have been free!!!
07/21/2009Provided by Citysearch -
Some friends and I stumbled upon this place back in 2004 when I was in LA; I'd never had Thai food, and this was a great first time- I don't remember the names of the dishes we had, but the spicy curry seafood dish was my favorite. I'm planning a trip out west and can't wait to go back.
07/11/2009Provided by Citysearch -
This was possibly the first Thai food I had when I moved to LA, more than 13 years ago. Since then I have tried many other Thai joints around the city, and I have to say that while a few may come close to being as good, Pink Pepper is my favorite Thai food in the city. I used to go so much that they knew me by name, now there have been some staffing changes and I am unfamiliar to the newer people, plus I live on the other side of town so I go much less often. They do some things exceptionally well, and the rest of the menu is still better than most.
Personal favorites include:
Spicy beef salad
Roasted Chili and cashew nut
Garlic and pepper
ALL are top notch.
Spiciness varies toward the mild side (if you like spicy, don't be concerned about ordering yours ""spicy"" or ""hot."" If you really like the heat you should get the chili tray to bring the heat.
Staff has always been friendly to me, no complaints here.
Outstanding, flavorful food
Dine in, take out, or delivery... Pink Pepper rocks