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Arriving by Bus: #2/12/33/130/133/960, Bustop Name: Bugis Junction, Bustop No.: 01119. Arriving by Train: EW12 Bugis MRT Exit C. Nearest Carpark: Bugis Junction Carpark (Basement). continue reading
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Level4 2014-03-14
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This was my second visit to siam kitchen. This time round, I have decided to try out other dishes. I ordered tomyum soup, 2 servings of rice and sambal stingray (which is actually a chef recommendation) and share it with my friend. The tomyum soup was nice, it is both sour and spicy enough to my liking. However, the fish has this “fishy” taste that we couldn’t take itThe sambal stingray, was rather disappointing as it wasn’t even spicy to me. It cost ard sgd $15 and I find it not very worthwhile for money. The stingray is quite fresh but its just a pity that the sambal chilli was not spicy enough.Overall, I will still return next time to try out the other ale carte dishes 9as im a huge fan of thai cuisine) but will not order the sambal stingray again. continue reading
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Under Creative Eateries Group, Siam Kitchen was one of the famous modern Thai Restaurants with Halal cert in Singapore. They offered the winning taste culinary and well-known throughout the world. Good news to SAFRA members, you are entitled to enjoy 1-for-1 Tom Yum Soup until 31st December 2013.Dried stir-fried glass noodles was their signature, the amazing twist was my favourite dish. Chilli flakes and Peanuts to be mixed up together, I also pinched along the Lime. But, it would be better if the portion was bigger, really too little to eat. Price at $10.90, seriously, I don’t mind pay additional for the larger version. Red orangey in colour, it was a must-order dish whenever came to Siam Kitchen. With slices of fresh Fish, Prawns, Squids and Chicken added into Herbs & Spices Soup, the taste was quite similar to the typical Thailand one. Sour and spiciness stroke a perfect balance, very appetizing broth. Within affordable range, it was only $7.90. Basically, the restaurant looked spacious and comfy. With their food-quality was up to standard, the business will move forward gradually. Keep it up. continue reading
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Level2 2013-10-02
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For full review and more updates: http://sszeki.blogspot.sg/2013/10/siam-kitchen.htmlGot a chance to have food tasting in this restaurant and I must say I love it a lot. The food and services are good and I do hope to visit them again.There are two dishes that I like the most:1st dish will be this Siam grill combo platter - $24.90. I don't really like seafood and thus I didn't tried the seafood there but the others are pretty good. 2nd dish will be Grill herbs spring chicken - $14.90, grilled chicken always tasted so good and so does this. Although is grilled, they didn't overcooked it and the chicken is still so yummy and soft (the chicken meat). continue reading
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Level4 2013-07-28
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Went for a light lunch with my friends and I had to watch them eat as I wasn't that hungry. Snapped some pictures of the food that I was interested in and had a little taste of though! These were the 2 dishes that I had a quick taste of: 1. Stir Fried Long Beans with Thai Shrimp Paste ($7.50)My friends always call me the rabbit of the group as I can't resist eating their vegetables and I'm also given whatever kinds of vegetables they don't like! HAHA! I like that although the paste looks menacing, it was actually not that spicy and I could still take it. Although after awhile, I had to reach for my glass of water to quench the fire slowly burning up. The long beans was also crunchy and nice! 2. Moon Prawn Cakes ($8.50). This dish was either new/chef recommended thus my friends picked it. I think it's not too bad. The filling taste a little bit like fish cakes with prawns in it and was crispy on the other as it was fried. I also especially like the sweet and spicy sauce provided! Eating the prawn cakes with the sauce was a good match! I like both the dishes equally well and I'm glad I decided to follow along even though I wasn't hungry, if not i would've missed out on trying tese 2 dishes! continue reading
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Level4 2013-06-26
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For a complete review with pictures, check outhttp://rachelays.blogspot.sg/2013/04/bugis-junction-food-trail-siam-kitchen.htmlGreen Papaya Salad with Shrimp FlakesIt is mildly spicy, sour, sweet - all at the same time. This salad stimulates your tastebuds and it makes a great start to a meal.Grilled Honey-Marinated Boneless Chicken The chicken meat is really tender and juicy. I find it a tad oily thoughDeep-fried Whole Garoupa FishThe batter is not thick and floury, and is just right. The flesh is tender and soft but I find it rather bland. The chilli dip provided is a great complement to the fish as it brings out the taste. continue reading
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