Amazing food at a reasonable price! Very authentic food, warm environment, and friendly staff. We really enjoyed our visit and will certainly be going back for more.
coconut soup. Great food, great service, and great advice on what to see and to do while you visiting Thailand. I would recommended this play of anyone that love Thai food like I do.
thaifood. I went to Thai Siam on their opening day and fell in love with their Massaman. We’ve been back numerous times and returned again tonight with our friends who were nervous about Thai food. We ordered Massaman, Pad Thai, Citrus Curry, chicken and peanut sauce and the Tom Kha Gai Soup. Everything was amazing and our friends were highly complimentary. We came home with leftovers and dug right into them again! I’ve been to Thai places all over the country and world and this is a great place, always a treat
SERVICE?. Thai Siam has GREAT food,TERRIBLE service. We have been here before and loved it, so as a gift we recieved a $10 gift certificate. Because we used this $10 voucher we were treated as an inconvenience and did not receive our beverages until the end of our meal. Were treated different from everyone else dining...I would recommend TAKE OUT ....do not dine in!!! and if you do,and are treated poorly DON'T TIP!!!
Addictive Coconut Soup. The coconut, lime, chicken soup from this restaurant beckons me regularly. I enjoy their other dishes, but this one is distinguishing. I recommend adding steamed rice to it. Delicious!
BEST THAI IN UTAH.
Sooooo Delicious. Reasonably priced. Large dishes.
This place has great ambiance and DELICIOUS FOOD.
I recommend this place to anybody who likes Thai food. So far the only Thai place I found that I like in Utah.
New Favorite Restaurant!.
Having moved to Salt Lake only 6 weeks ago, we're still working on finding great places in and around the city. The Thai Siam definitely qualifies!
As anyone who loves Thai food and has young kids will know, it is sometimes challenging to find a restaurant that is appropriately kid friendly, but is also authentic and grown-up friendly. I can honestly say that we've found one! Be advised though, if you have picky kids who are unwilling to try new things, this may not be the place: there is no kids menu, and no "American" food either. That's my kind of place! If this doesn't deter you, know that the staff is incredibly attentive and excellent with kids. From asking how their first week of school was, to recommending things that they may like, we couldn't have been happier.
Our family of four shared 3 entrees: Pad Thai Shrimp, Thai Basil Stir-Fry, and Sweet and Sour Stir-Fry. A big bowl of sticky rice is provided for the table. My husband and I also had hot Thai tea. All of this was amazing! I am admittedly a Pad Thai snob, and theirs is exquisite! After dinner we shared 2 desserts: the mango rice, and the fried bananas with coconut ice cream. Both were to die for! They were sweet and fulfilling, without being overly gooey or too sweet. When we were ready to go, we boxed up some of each entree, and they even brought us a fresh to-go container of rice to take with us as well! And best of all, all of these left-overs were just as tasty the next day for lunch - even the rice!
The restaurant also has a website with their full menu for lunch, dinner, and take-out, so you can plan before you go.
Overall we were incredibly impressed, and we highly recommend it!
Fabulous Experience at Thai Siam Restaurant!.
I am a music teacher from southeast Utah. I took 12 piano students and one "mom" chaperone on a field trip to see the Gina Bachauer International Piano Competition final round. As part of our experience, we took the students, ranging in age from 10 to 18 years old, to the Thai Siam. I am probably making an understatement when I say that our experience at Thai Siam was at least as big a highlight as the Gina Bachauer!! We visited Temple Square, Gateway, and of course, Abravanel Hall, but the restaurant experience truly was on our "best part" list.
The restaurant doesn't look fancy from the outside, but inside the decor was authentic, fascinating, and clean! The waitresses were dressed in beautiful, traditional Thai clothing, and they were EXCELLENT! They encouraged our large group to order family style so that we could taste as many different dishes as possible. We had two delicious appetizers, and six different entrees. Because the names of the dishes were unfamiliar to me, I can't specifically name them, but each dish was enthusiastically demolished! The curry soup was to die for, and the ginger/chicken dish was a favorite. There was nothing left when we were finished and every person, young and old, could not say enough about how good everything tasted. It was fun to taste new quisine, and the seasonings and food preparation could not have been better in any way.
The waitresses did a wonderful job of taking care of our crowd of 14, and did so with a lot of laughter and personality. I am definitely going again ASAP, and would highly recommend this restaurant to everyone.
Highlight of our trip to Salt Lake. We enjoy the wide variety of new tastes. My daughter is a Thai food lover. She introduced us to Thai Siam. This is her favorite place to eat in Salt Lake. We have returned and had a great meal and overall nice evening. We appreciate the patient and helpful wait staff and the food has always been wonderful.
Always fun and satisfying. Our family loves to go to Thai Siam. In that unassuming build is a delightful interior decor and great family dining experience. The staff is very helpful in finding meals that our younger children will like. My favorite meal was a Sea Bass over a bed of pea pods...it was great.
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