Took the family out to Siam Bistro for some authentic Thia as per my son's request. We arrived a little before 7:00 on a Wednesday night and this place was pretty packed. Not a lot of seating so if you want to dine in I would suggest making reservations. There were only two servers working the entire restaurant although very friendly they were not capable of being attentive of all their dinners needs. We ordered spring rolls, chicken satay, a coconut shrimp soup and a mango salad for starters. These dishes came fairly quickly piping hot and were enjoyed by my family for the exception of our mango salad that didn't arrive until well after our entrees had arrived. When I inquired about the salad I was told that they serve it as an entree unless we specify otherwise (which I found weird but did not protest). Our main dishes came out piping hot as well. We ordered two pad thia's, a Thia fried chicken and a red curry chicken dish. The waitress had also suggest we order rice with our main entrees because they did not come with our meals. The food was very average and if I can even say nothing that I couldn't get at a fast food thia take out in a mall. I was expecting something a little more elaborate with the main dishes we ordered. The mango salad was probably the only dish I was really disappointed with because of the excessive salt in it - almost un-edible. The waitress indicated that because we had requested it not to be too spicy, the salt over powers the plate. Pay attention to your bill we got charged for an extra rice that we never received. Overall, it was ok - would it be my go to place for Thia - not very likely.
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