A few weeks ago, We found Thai restaurant "/-a-t-/Siam".It the way opposit KARWA bus station.
Chef is THAILAND, who has been trained in traditional Thai cuisine, they promise to serve you the best of Thailand
The ambience is very casual, and the place - bright, neat and tidy. Due to its small space, it’s serves as a perfect choice for take-out when you want something fresh and delicious. One of the best things I noticed, is how how they ask every customer their spice-tolerance level and any nut allergies they may have. Each dish is made fresh, as you order it, and catered to your requests.
We started with subtly flavoured Chicken (kai-yang) and side of Papaya Salad.
We then went on to the main course. We ordered the basil stir-fry seafood (PAD-KA-PAOW) and the Chicken Pad Thai. the Pad Thai was simply delicious. It had the perfect blend of hot, sour, salty and sweet flavours, and was truly exceptional. just wonderful.
If ever you’re craving from some good, authentic Thai food I would definitely recommend dropping in and giving it a try. And if you do, do not skip the Papaya salad and PAD THAI!
Hours: ~ 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Reviewed by Beautylady on 27 Nov 2009 - 16:16
cheap and verygood test som-tum , kaiyang dilicios. new thai rest. at bus station terminal . do not forget pad thai, iwent on last week met with thai staff and thai chef
Reviewed by lovely me on 23 Jan 2010 - 18:25
I Been there last week order thai and indonesian dish, food so so price quite high if compare with thai snack and thai smile. Indonesian food cheapper than thai food but ingredian almost the same I don't know why?
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