Athens, Georgia, is a town where eclectic is the norm. Siri Thai is located in the Bottleworks, which is an old Coca Cola plant turned into a multi-use facility, just off of Prince Avenue. Parking is almost non-existent on the grounds, but there is a largish lot across the back street dedicated to visitors to the Bottleworks. Just be careful crossing that street, y'all, because there a lots of young drivers in this college town.
Siri Thai has a small spot, with a correspondingly small menu, in this complex. The decor is charming, but the seating is a little tight for tall folks. Most of the tables were set up for two diners, but they pulled a couple of them together for our party of three. We were seated quickly on a Saturday at lunchtime. We ordered from the lunch menu, and the prices were all under $10. The hot tea was welcome on a chilly day, as was the clear broth based soup. The spring roll was tasty, too. The menu states that diners can adjust the level of spice, which was quite welcome. Hubby and I got differing versions of Tropical Fried Rice, shrimp and pork respectively, and we thought they were also quite good. Our son got a more traditional dish, Pad see ewe, which looked interesting. He thought it was divine. Portions were not huge, but for the price paid, I wasn't expecting to feel stuffed after the meal. Service was really good, too.
There are a number of desserts on the menu, but we didn't try those.
Visitors to Athens might have a bit of trouble finding this small spot, but it is worth it for those who like Thai food or something different from other offerings downtown.
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