London’s Soho offers an array of restaurants to pick from, but when in the mood for Thai food, the number one choice simply has to be @Siam. Serving all of your favourite dishes from the beautiful South East Asian kingdom once known as Siam, this cosy dining room provides a sophisticated take on authentic cuisine at an extremely affordable price. Stir fries and curries make up a large part of the @Siam menu, with salads and noodle dishes made with atypically aromatic Thai ingredients including ginger, coconut and holy basil and using traditional recipes. A handful of well priced set menus give @Siam’s customers an opportunity to enjoy regional meals from, amongst others, the cool and mountainous North or the E-Sarn area where Cambodian and Laos culture and flavour informs the food.
Venue Details & Map
48 Frith StreetSohoLondonW1D 4SF
- Public transport:
- Tottenham Court Road, Underground
In the span of the 45 minutes we were at the restaurant, we saw 4 cockroaches crawling down the walls. When we notified the waiter, he just smashed them with a napkin and carried on. It appeared this was nothing new to them. I had to kill one cockroach myself, as it was crawling behind my head.
The staff didn't charge us for starters, we simply paid for the wine and left before mains...more
The best indication of how good a Thai restaurant is, in my experience, down to their tom yum soup. If it is excellent, the rest of the meal typically will be as well.
At @Siam, the soup was good, but way too sour. And that sort of set the tone for the rest of the meal - every dish was decent, but didn't really stand out.
Typical of Soho, the tables were quite cramped together, and the...more
Small place right in Soho....services was fine for us, food was great; typical western thai fare. definitely recommend.more
We came here for a pre theatre dinner (2 course for £ 12,95). It was empty. First impression is really nice because of the decor they have in the dining room! You get this really cozy feeling! We had a table by the window! Ambience is nice here!
Food wise: They served starter and main on one plate-a lil weird but ok! Who doesn't know the feeling when u are hungry and just finished the starter...more
This place has surprising lovely food (considering it has such a silly name!)
My friends chose to eat here by peeking in the window to see if the food other customers were being served looked good... @siam passed the 'look' test, so they grabbed a table, and we came and joined them half a beer later. The service wasn't amazing, but the food made up for it.
We tried the battered corn starter...more