HaeHaHeng Thai Restaurant

Hae Ha Heng

Address: 301 S Western Ave
Phone Number: 213-388-2407
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As of spring 2015, back to calling itself “Hae Ha Heng” after a shortlived attempt at rebranding as “Let’s Sea.”


Thai restaurant on the the second floor of the mini-mall on the southwest corner of Western Avenue and 3rd Street.

Usual hours are 11:00 am to 2:00 am. Last call is 1:30 am.

Sapporo, Newcastle and Bud on tap.  Singha beer in bottles.

Lunch specials $9 Monday to Friday, 11am-3pm.
– with fresh green salad + egg roll + jasmine rice or brown rice
– chicken / beef / pork / tofu (shrimp option, add $1)
– Spicy Basil, Black Pepper Garlic, Cashew Nut, Ginger ginger, Broccoli Fans, Crazy Veggies, Garlic Sauteed Spinach, Green Bean Delight, BBQ Chicken, Yellow Curry, Red Curry, Green Curry, Panang Curry

All prices are subject to change without notice.

Beverages: Thai Tea, Thai Coffee, Red / Green Milk / Tropical Iced Tea, Pink Lemonade, Boxed Water, Coke, Diet Coke, Sprite, Sparkling Water, Fresh Coconut Juice, Apple Juice, Fresh Squeezed Lemonade, Hot Tea (Green / Jasmin / Giner)

Happy Hour everyday 3PM – 4PM
– hot sake, Thai beer, Martini, House wine $5, soju smoothie $10, beer tower $20

Dine In, Take Out, Delivery, Private Party, Catering

Free delivery within 3 miles with minimum order.

Available on eat24.


HHH is a 2,255 square-foot restaurant with 53 indoor patron seats, 68 outdoor seats within a 702 square-foot patio,.

HISTORY

Changed name to “Let’s Sea” as of November 2014. Same owner, similar menu.

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Due to COVID-19 / novel coronavirus concerns, the mayor of Los Angeles has BANNED / PROHIBITED the following effective March 16 to the end of the month:

⬤ IN-RESTAURANT DINING (takeout and delivery still ok)

⬤ BARS, MOVIE THEATERS, GYMS, FITNESS STUDIOS -- CLOSED

⬤ Public Gatherings


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