Royal Thai Cuisine
24631 Crenshaw Blvd #J
Torrance, CA 90505
Royal Thai Cuisine – Terrific food, great value
Royal Thai Cuisine is located in the Torrance Crossroads amongst a string of Asian restaurants. It is a cozy place and provides an intimate atmosphere. Parking is in the already very congested lot shared by In-N-out as well as about six other establishments.
OLIVER: Royal Thai Cuisine would be your more standard Chinese restaurant in the Crossroads shopping center. When you walk in you are immediately taken in by the colors and intimate setting. The hostess sat us right away. I spent some time checking out their menu but I already knew what I wanted from the leader board outside that had their lunch specials selected. Crazy noodles was my pick today.
They start you with a cabbage soup, and then comes the main course. It is a pretty full plate with a small salad. The crazy noodles tasted very good and you get a great serving.
At $5.95 you get a huge amount of food as well as service you would expect to pay $20 for. The waitress’s were attentive and took care to make sure that everything was to our liking.
I will definitely be coming back and I hope everyone reading stops in and tries them out, don’t forget to tell them Lunch Pig sent you. I give them a solid four pigs.
CARL: Royal Thai Cuisine if hard to find in the row of restaurants at the south end of the Torrance Crossroads Center. It’s location works against it and it seems as though they are struggling to compete. I honestly have no data to back that up, that’s just the vibe I get from the place. After seeing the picture menu out front advertising their lunch specials, I opted for the Pad Thai Chicken ($5.95). The Pad Thai comes with stir-fried rice and noodles with eggs, scallions and bean sprouts. The dish was about average tasting or perhaps a little on the bland side. There was a strong breeze blowing through the restaurant on this slightly cold winter day so my lunch got cold quickly – contributing to the rush to shovel things down. Overall I’d say “average” about sums it up. Perhaps Oliver’s choice of the ‘Crazy Noodle” was a better bet. Three and a half Lunch Pigs.