Siam Bistro
Siam Bistro
Siam Bistro
Siam Bistro
Siam Bistro
Siam Bistro
Siam Bistro
Siam Bistro
Siam Bistro
Siam Bistro
Siam Bistro
Siam Bistro
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2010 Jun 28
kao opp sap pa rot @ siam bistro. one of my fave fried rice dishes with tons of phat shrimp (nononono this place ain't stingy on strimp!!!), curried rice, veg, pineapple. so fragrant, so fresh that it's among the best shared dinner in town. carved pineapple boat to boot for outstanding presentation! the flavors of thai cuisine, when done right, rocks hard! i can't believe this mega entree is only $11.95 bones, so much to take home.


2010 Jun 28
gang kour sapparot @ siam bistro. delish red curry with shrimp + tomato and assorted veggies. wild exotic presentation in a carved pineapple shell. wonderful balanced flavors, generous portions and excellent value. no wonder siam bistro is usually so packed every day, they even have lineups for takeout!

again, thai cuisine is composed of many dishes centered around aromatic jasmine rice or if you prefer the northern thai regions, aromatic sticky rice.

2010 May 18
pad thai @ siam bistro was great as they use a true tamarind sauce unlike many other places using ketchip (YUCK!). the national dish of thailand only comes with chicken OR shrimp here. i usually love my pad thai extreme with both chicken & shrimp but alas, they wouldn't mix it for me eventhough i'm a 10 year loyal custie even offering to pay double. some nerve! LOL. but the good thing is that the rice noodles had perfect texture - not too sticky, not too wet with perfect separation with the fork. YES fork! chopsticks are not traditional thai utensils.

2010 May 18
tood mun pla @ siam bistro consisted of fried fish patties alonside a nice sweet & spicy
cucumber sauce. ULTRA flavorful. when tried & true centuries old thai dishes are done right with authentic ingredients and generations of training, the cuisine and flavors can humble almost any other cuisine or anyone cranked out of the cordon bleu.

2009 Dec 16
Best Pad Thai in town.

I will usually get it one star spicy and extra peanuts.

Try it out, you won't regret it!

2009 May 8
I'm always sceptical of eating out with my husband. There are cooks out there who really get nervous trying other cook's food, and he is one of them. We went to Siam and suprisingly enough, he really really liked it (I've been trying to get him to try Tai food for a long time now). It was good for the pocket book, and good for the taste buds. It was really crowded and shoulder to shoulder, but what do you expect when you serve good food? Just be patient and they are doing their very best:)
Everyone will get a chance ot eat good!

2009 Apr 22
What a great food experience! We came here last night after class around 7:30; the place was full and extremely loud. I could not hear a word my fiancÚ was saying, as the night progressed, it became more bearable... Now the food :-)
I had #6B, Tom Yum Mushroom soup, very simple, yet very flavourful. We then ordered a Yum salad, I love those! #16. I highly recommend this dish. The beef portion was more then generous compared to other Thai resto's. It was cooked medium rare in the middle, and the dipping sauce had just the right amount of heat. Second dish was #34 Haw Mok Ta-Lea. OMG an explosion of flavours in my mouth. It's a mixed seafood curry with coconut milk, egg & basil leaves. It is brought to your table wrapped in foil. The seafood was cooked to perfection, the scallops plump and soft, the squid, chewy not rubbery...a winner! A word of advice, this dish is spicy and quite salty. We both loved it; however I can see someone that is watching their sodium intake having trouble with this one. My only sugggestion to this restaurant would be a better layout of the tables to help reduce the noise level and make your own conversation more private.

2009 Mar 15
Da Butcher: Siam Bistro is, to my knowledge (and I suspect I'm the biggest Thai fanatic on this board), one of the very, very few Thai restaurants that adds MSG to its food.

2009 Mar 14
Was here last night. I had the fish cakes and tom yum soup to start, followed by the red curry with 3 stars of heat. My girl had the same but with a pad thai.

The goods- Price, portions, my girlfriend was happy (pad thai) :)

The bads- Everything I ate was so sweet and salty with(msg) that I had a hard time enjoying what I was eating. My teeth hurt during every course. Ive eaten plenty of thai food, but this was really overkill. This amount of seasoning would have been great for a 4 bite app but not a healthy sized main, or a bowl of soup. Even the fish cakes (that were good) were killed by this glorified sweet chili sauce. :(
If I go back I will definitely take more chili's in my curry, 4 or more stars if possible.

Sum it up.....
Good portions and prices with a good selection of items. All though the food was tasty, I had to remember I was in thai resto and not a candy store. A dentist would cringe! Next time I will bring my Brix Refractometer and post the results here!

2009 Feb 20
I just tried this restaurant last night. We live in the area but have been driving to Sukothai to get our Thai fix, but decided to be lazy and try the one nearby. It's exterior has never been appealing, but when you get in, it's quite nice...and the food was FANTASTIC! It was well presented, flavourful and the portions were big...and the prices were very fair. They easily accommodated my gluten allergy by modifying the recipe for the dishes I wanted - not all restaurants are willing or able to do this. All in all, I would highly recommend it

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2007 Oct 20
The #36 Gang Ped Moo Pah was spectacular! Spicy wild boar curry!



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2006 Oct 4
There are several vegetarian choices -- not the best vegetarian list I've seen at a Thai restaurant, but not bad. The eggplant, incidentally, is fantastic!




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2009 May 8
I love Spring rolls.....very much so.
When I had their shrimp spring roll it was sooooo yummy. They had a whole shrimp thinly sliced throughout the whole roll. Big thumbs up for me:)

2007 Oct 20
We had the #1 - Poa Pia Goong Tood, which was shrimp and served with a sweet dipping sauce. The rolls were a fair bit smaller than anything I'd ever had before, and extremely delicate. But not the slightest bit greasy. Absolutely delicious!




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2009 Feb 20
Had it as well - so yummy!!!

2007 Oct 20
The #3 choice on the menu is 4 skewers of marinated pork or chicken. The pork was fantastic dipped in the piquant peanut sauce provided! Great little appetizer for 2.




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2007 Oct 20
Thai "Yum" salad is very deceptive - it looks like a nice, palate-cooling salad but in actual fact can be extremely spicy! The Neua Nam Tok (#15) has thinly sliced BBQ beef, fresh mint, chillies, shallots and lime. Extraordinary!




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2007 Oct 20
About 8 different beers on the menu, with 5 or 6 of them being decent choices. Choose a hoppier, higher alcohol, or even spicey beer to help cleanse the palate of the zing in the food. Thai Singha is nice and hoppy but average alcohol - still a good choice to help keep the bite of the spices subdued. They had some higher-alc Belgian beers too, including a Wit and a Brune. The unique coriander spiciness of the Wit is perfectly matched to Thai cooking, as is the sweetness of the Brune. Not a bad beer menu at all.