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Siam Kitchen (City Square)

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Siam Kitchen is a restaurant that brings authentic dishes of ancient Siam to young diners with a discerning palate. With a team of bona fide chefs from Thailand, Siam Kitchen offers delicious home-styled Thai cuisine favourites such as Tom Yum Goong, Green Curry and Siam Kitchen Special Mid-Joint Chicken Wings.

Mon - Thu: 11:30 - 15:00

Fri - Sun: 11:30 - 22:00

+65 65093822
$20 based on 4 submissions
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Siam Kitchen: Halal Indochinese Thai Cuisine

"Welcome to the Land Of Smiles", that's what Siam Kitchen aims to achieve through their authentic Thai cuisine by bona fide chefs from Thailand.

I came here with a group of Singapore's fastest man (my relay team mates) for casual dinner. Being Halal certified, we were able to accommodate our Muslim teammates as well. They have an extensive menu for salads, mains and drinks, thus were we spoilt for choices. First world problems. Nevertheless,  we each ordered our main and had some dishes for sharing. Green Curry Chicken ($10) and Tom Yum ($8.9) were mandatory. Spicy Minced Chicken Ball ($8.5), Sambal Kangkong and Seafood/Meat Platter for additional portions. Portions were small and taste was decent. No complaints for food but their service can be improved and hastened a little for a better experience. So if you are looking for a no fuss and casual Thai dining experience, this is the place for you.

More pics and thoughts at http://lepakwithyaops.com/siam-kitchen-halal-indochinese-thai-cuisine

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• 02 Dec 2014 • 208 reviews • 5 followers

Siam Kitchen: Halal Indochinese Thai Cuisine

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"Welcome to the Land Of Smiles", that's what Siam Kitchen aims to achieve through their authentic Thai cuisine by bona fide chefs from Thailand.

I came here with a group of Singapore's fastest man (my relay team mates) for casual dinner. Being Halal certified, we were able to accommodate our Muslim teammates as well. They have an extensive menu for salads, mains and drinks, thus were we spoilt for choices. First world problems. Nevertheless,  we each ordered our main and had some dishes for sharing. Green Curry Chicken ($10) and Tom Yum ($8.9) were mandatory. Spicy Minced Chicken Ball ($8.5), Sambal Kangkong and Seafood/Meat Platter for additional portions. Portions were small and taste was decent. No complaints for food but their service can be improved and hastened a little for a better experience. So if you are looking for a no fuss and casual Thai dining experience, this is the place for you.

More pics and thoughts at http://lepakwithyaops.com/siam-kitchen-halal-indochinese-thai-cuisine
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• 09 Sep 2013 • 31 reviews • 0 follower

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If you're looking for an good and affordable Thai meal. Go try it here!
Food serves pretty fast (depends on crowd) and food tasted really yummy, especially green curry with rice and their mango sticky rice.

If you can't eat spicy fret not, they have non-spicy food for you to choose from. Don't forget to try Thai ice tea, that could be the closest you'll get to Thailand.
Check out my mango sticky rice review at http://nkikichua.blogspot.sg/2013/09/food-hunt-best-mango-sticky-rice-in.html
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• 05 Sep 2010 • 4 reviews • 0 follower

True authentic thai street fare, true value

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who doesnt crave for thai food once a while? sweet, sour, spicy, savory...all the delightful taste you can find in thai cusine. i've seen siam kitchen a lot and especially the outlet in bugis. its quite trendy and inviting...havent had the chance to try the other day when i was shopping in bugis as i was alone. i decided to ask 2 of my good gfs to try it out...we had the buffet ($18.80) ala carte. the tom yum soup is super...and this is how i judge a thai restaurant if the tom yum soup is solid, piping hot and tasty...it's an authentic thai restaurant then. we can order EVERYTHING from the buffet ala carte menu...and from the second and third servings, we just reorder our favourites...which was the tom yum soup, green curry, chicken basil (VERY GOOD) and the papaya salad. the restaurant manager was very chatty and i was told that there's a different set lunch every day and if 2 orders of the set lunch, the third person dines for free. the set lunch is only $11.90 by the way...if ever i am having meetings in bugis or suntec, i know i will revisit siam kitchen. the chefs are thais and i guess this is way you almost can feel being transported to thailand when savouring Siam kitchen's dishes!
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The management of Siam Kitchen responded to this review:
13 Mar 2013
Dear M Lam, thank you for your valued patronage. We are pleased to learn that your dining experience with us was favourable. We endeavour to make all of our customers experience authentic locality food prepared by our chefs and served by our well-trained staff, that is the belief upheld by our restaurant group. We certainly look forward to serving you and your friends again!

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