Siam Garden is a small dive run mostly by an Asian one man band with the help of an older Asian woman who mostly seems to offer unsolicited advise in the kitchen while wearing colorful street clothing and also with the help of one or two Mexican greeters/food servers. The greeter assigns you a table, hands you a menu, delivers water, the one man band takes your order, goes to the kitchen and prepares your meal, and the food servers deliver the slop to your table. Periodically, the greeters/food servers ask you if everything is alright, but they rush away quickly to serve the empty tables.
I've dined there more than once trying to give the establishment a chance to impress me; instead, it disappointed me. For example, I ordered Pad Thai. What could be simpler than rice noodles stir fried with stuff and flavorings? My Pad Thai came with two medium sized shrimps, very few small pieces of chicken, and two pieces of scallion (Southern Californians call them green onions). Notice that I did not mention eggs; that's because what I was served didn't have any! The one man band must have whispered "egg" over my noodles, or maybe that's what the old woman does while she hangs out in the kitchen.
My Pad Thai's main flavoring was greasy noodles. The only way to rescue that was to pour some of the bottled hot chili sauce that is on every table, but hot sauce alone can't transform greasy noodles into Pad Thai.
Siam Garden has one virtue: It's cheap, but you'll pay less for a better balanced meal at any chain burger joint.
Will I return? No. Will I recommend it? No.
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