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Siam Society

Siam Society

Siam Society

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68%   (60 votes)
41 / 60

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THE BUZZ: Situated along Jalan Riang in Serangoon, Siam Society was founded by two fun loving brothers who felt that the Thai food options in Singapore were not to their satisfaction.With their own authentic Thai restaurant established, they've hired chefs to prepare traditional Thai food but still take creative liberties to present a menu that is altogether modern and out of the box.MUST TRIES: Go for the signature Tom yum seafood soup which is flavoured with fragrant lemongrass, fresh galangai root and kaffir lime leaf.Veggie lovers will salivate over the stir fried kai lan which is satisfyingly crunchy and served with garlic and oyster sauce. You'll also love the green chicken curry, which is a staple in any authentic Thai kitchen.

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Hours:
Daily: 11:30 - 15:00
Daily: 17:30 - 22:30

Address:
15 Jalan Riang

Cuisine:
Asian, Thai


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