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Given a few days’ notice, the chef at this otherwise unremarkable canteen will prepare a northern feast, replete with dishes from his native Chiang Mai, while Thai expats can request pretty much
anything they fancy. Without this advice from @Siam’s effervescent owner, visitors won’t find anything to challenge similar eateries in Soho. Starters of satay chicken & assorted deep-fried
spring rolls are fine, while mains such as lamb kae pad prik & salmon chu chee pla are enjoyable but deliberately ersatz. Hopefully, the keen pricing (only the most luxurious seafood dishes
nudge over £12), the seductive silk upholstery & the mirrorball Buddha at the bottom of the stairs will bring this young contender plenty of customers.
Gai Sa-tay - Chicken SatayGai Sa-tay – Chicken Satay with peanut dipMy friend ordered gai sa-tay which is the popular Thai starter; chicken satay. The chicken was still moist and had a lovely sweet taste and the peanut dip was sweet and rich. I was actually quite surprised at the portion sizes which were incredibly generous. Kor Moo YangKor Moo Yang – marinated pork with spicy tamarind sauceMy starter of choice was kor moo yang or grilled marinated pork which was served with a spicy tamarind sauce. Again the portions were generous and I think this was a serving size for two rather...
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