Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Old Siam Restaurant

If you are craving the bold flavors of authentic Thai food, go to The Old Siam. Talented, experienced chefs create authentic Thai dishes using fresh ingredients and traditional Thai recipes. Exotic sauces and flavors intermingle on your plate and the hot, tangy aromas waft up to meet your nose, creating an exciting taste journey. Closest Metro Station is Eastern Market.

A local favorite of mine, Old Siam serves delicious authentic Thai food in a charming atmosphere. Bench seats by the window are decorated with colorful silk pillows and beautiful exotic orchids adorn each table. The back dining area mimics a courtyard feel and the bar is always packed. Service is friendly and quick and the Thai Ice Tea VIP specialty drink is pretty good. I've also tried the Tropical Paradise, and Keith had their Mai Tai. The offer free pickup and delivery as well.

Total Rating: 4.6
Food: 5, Price: 4, Service: 4, Ambience: 4, Accessibility: 5
What Micky Eats...

What I ate:

Spring Rolls
Crispy spring rolls filled with cabbages, carrots, celery, cellophane noodle and mushroom

Chicken Satay
Skewered marinated chicken in Thai spices grilled and served with our famous peanut sauce and cucumber relish

Tom Ka Gai
Coconut milk lemongrass soup with Chicken, cilantro, mushrooms, and Thai spices

Red Curry Seafood
Shrimp, scallops, calamari, in a spicy red curry sauce with bell pepper, bamboo shoot, and fresh basil

Pad Thai
All time favorite Thai noodles dish specially prepared with rice noodles, egg, bean sprout, and crushed peanuts

Shrimp Lad Na
Shrimp sauteed with broccoli in light brown gravy in pan-fried wide rice noodles

Ginger Stir Fried Chicken
In black bean sauce with fresh ginger, scallions, onions, carrots, and mushrooms

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