If you are Thai, this is real.
If you don't like it go to Panda Express!
Thai people eat here which = good food.
I've tried others and have come out disappointed by taste or price! Made to your taste and made authentically! I feel like I am part of the family when I dine in!
Pros: If you live in the Homewood area - you get a little "City Life" close to home
Cons: They do not serve alcohol.. but it helps keep their prices down.
Good thai food. It's not Opart, but it's decent. It's spicy and flavorful, which is unusual for this area. Definitely try this thai place.
Pros: good food
Cons: portions are smaller on carry-out
By far this is the best Thai restaurant that I've ever been to. The food is excellent, the portions are the perfect size, and the choices seem endless. I've been to several Thai restaurants in Chicago and all the Thai joints I could find around South Cook County, and Siam Thai beats them all hands down. The staff is quite friendly, the price is quite fair, and the service is prompt.
The lunch menu consists of a choice of 10 entrees, which include an appetizer and a bowl of soup. The appetizer and soup are de jour, so you never quite know what you'll get. I thoroughly enjoy the Pad Thai noodles w/chicken or shrimp and the basil fried rice (you can order it hot or mild), but sometimes go with the beef ladna as an excellent alternative.
The atmosphere is quite nice and serves as a great date joint. I take my wife there after movies and for special occasions, and the food and times are always great. I often go with co-workers and out-of-towners who are tired of Quiznos/Panera/Panda Express, and they are always impressed with the taste, the presentation, and the vibe.
As far as dinner goes, I *think* it's a BYOB, but I'm not sure (you might want to call to check that out). The menu is quite large and has quite a selection of chicken, beef, seafood, pork, and vegetarian entrees. I don't think I've tried 10% of the choices, but I have yet to be disappointed. I'd try more things if I wasn't so absolutely crazy about the Pad Thai and the basil fried rice. Enjoy!
Pros: The taste and presentation of dishes. Also, the value is excellent!
This place rivals some of the best Thai restaurants in the city, including the Siam Cafe on Sheridan in Uptown. The flavors are authentic and addictive, with something for everyone. Anyone who knows HOW to enjoy Thai cuisine will be pleasantly surprised to find such a diamond in the rough outside of the city. Salud!
Pros: spacious yet cozy, staff is wonderful, great location
I've been here on a few occasions...thinking, the next time would be better. I was wrong. Service & price are good---but doesn't really matter since the food tastes awful. YUCK!!! This isn't real (or even a good immitation) of Thai food! I don't recommend this at all.
Pros: price, service
Cons: taste, food