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(Closed) Siam Kitchen (Suntec City Mall)

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This chain restaurant prides itself on hiring only cooks from Thailand to prepare home-style favourites such as tom yum soup and green curry. Signature dishes are the braised chicken leg with special sauce, beef in panang curry and deep-fried garoupa.

Mon - Fri: 11:30 - 15:00

Mon - Fri: 18:00 - 22:00

Sat & Sun: 11:30 - 22:00

+65 68371588
$21 based on 15 submissions
Children/Family (5 votes), Dinner (5 votes), Quiet (4 votes)
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3.8

Under-rated Authentic Thai Cuisine

OK, so I wasn't impressed when I tried it last year with friends from Beijing - possibly because they don't eat spicy stuff, and what's good about non-spicy Thai food?

Anyway, was back there last week for dinner with a HK friend whilst shopping, and she was keen to try the set dinner at $14.90. The outlet was pretty quiet for a public holiday night. Friend's set was Tom Yum soup, prawn cake and beef kway-teow soup. I had Tom Yum soup, fish cake and green chicken curry. And I was very impressed!

The soup was superb (I asked for extra spicy and clear tom yum, but the milky version arrived )- it was rich, spicy, tangy, and had sizeable prawns and fish slices and squid. The fish cake and prawn cake were delicious! I love Thai food, and having just had dinner at a downtown Thai restaurant less than a week ago before this, I had to admit these 3 dishes tasted better than that up-market restaurant..at a fraction of the price! The green curry was rich and tasty, and served with rice. We ordered the ice lemongrass tea, which was refreshing, but for $3.90, thought it would be good if it could be refillable? :P Would have loved to try the dessert, but was too stuffed..

The service was commendable - the young waiters seem pretty new but they were helpful and obliging, service with a smile. They were quick to clear our plates and refill our ice-water. When I found out there was a lucky dip promo with ABN-Amro credit cards and requested to change cards, they willingly obliged and cancelled the transaction for the 1st card I offered. There's a sure-win dip - you get a voucher for next return visit. Not sure when the promo ends tho.

Well, I'm definitely gonna bring my friends back here for more tasty authentic Thai fare! :)

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  • Fish cake1 vote
  • Prawn cake1 vote
  • Tom Yum soup1 vote
  • stir fried udon with prawns1 vote
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• 28 Nov 2012 • 45 reviews • 18 followers

Unique green curry paste fried rice?

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The management of Siam Kitchen responded to this review:
17 Jan 2013
Dear Cliff Anderson 992, thank you for your valued patronage at Siam Kitchen, Suntec City. We appreciate your detailed review and we have noted that the pandan chicken and green curry dishes can certainly be improved further. The kitchen crew will be notified accordingly about this matter. We look forward to your next visit again.
• 23 Jan 2011 • 4 reviews • 0 follower

Worst meal of the year so far

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It was my birthday today and my friends and I decided on Siam kitchen after walking around the fountain. We had the $18.90++ buffet with 15 items. Out of 15 items, I would say only 5 were passable (chicken with basil, green curry, prawn cake, fish cake, pineapple rice), the rest were really horrible.

The minced chicken was horribly dry, the mango salad very stale - definitely not fresh & had no peanuts?!?, the tomyam lacked kick (even packet noodle tomyam base tastes nicer) although it had quite a bit of seafood, their SK special midwing chicken wing tasted terribly dry and frozen, the fish also tasted frozen and was even cold!

For a buffet, the only thing that we ordered second portions of was the ice lemon tea (that we had to add 1.99++ for)!!!

The green curry was enjoyable but we couldn't eat much of it because the other dishes ruined our appetite by then. This review may seem exaggerated, but SK was really really horrible disappointing. All of us agreed that this was the worst meal we've had in ages!!! Even fast food would have given us more satisfaction.

Definitely not worth the money spent. You better siam from Siam Kitchen.
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• 16 Sep 2010 • 5 reviews • 0 follower

poor service. food was ok

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Had the dinner buffet for 20 bucks. If you were really hungry this is the place to go. Some favorites include the fried chicken wings and tao kua.Other dishes were just so-so - stuff you can get easily at the hawker center.

Because I went with a group of guys, we ate a lot. The staff didn't like that. Service degenerated after we ordered more than what they budgeted for.

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