Siam On Broadway--CLOSED

★★★★★
  • 616 Broadway E

    Seattle, WA 98102

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  • 206-324-0892

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Siam's is the first place I ever had Thai food many years ago. It is still one of my favorites! All of the dishes are wonderful. Service is good and prices are fair too. Yum Yum!

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Siam's is the first place I ever had Thai food many years ago. It is still one of my favorites! All of the dishes are wonderful. Service is good and prices are fair too. Yum Yum!

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Siam has two locations. One on Lake Union and Broadway. I am partial to the Broadway location. I ave been going there for over 15 years and it has not changed in any way (except for the remodel around 2003) \r
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Siam has two locations. One on Lake Union and Broadway. I am partial to the Broadway location. I ave been going there for over 15 years and it has not changed in any way (except for the remodel around 2003) \r
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Pros: Food, Portions, Value

Cons: Parking

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I've visited countless Thai restaurants in and around Seattle, and nothing compares to Siam. The flavor of the food is excellent and the wait staff are always friendly. The garlic chicken dish, pad thai, and pad see eww are the best. Siam

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I've visited countless Thai restaurants in and around Seattle, and nothing compares to Siam. The flavor of the food is excellent and the wait staff are always friendly. The garlic chicken dish, pad thai, and pad see eww are the best. Siam

Pros: Consistent food and service

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I've eaten here several times on my way to a class after work. I love their pud thai, fresh rolls, decent beer selection and sticky black rice for dessert.

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I've eaten here several times on my way to a class after work. I love their pud thai, fresh rolls, decent beer selection and sticky black rice for dessert.

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As another reviewer said, the food was "just OK." I got a stir-fry vegetable dish whose name I don't recall now. The veggies were cooked nicely and were crisp enough, but the pinwheel-sliced carrots reminded me of something from a kids

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As another reviewer said, the food was "just OK." I got a stir-fry vegetable dish whose name I don't recall now. The veggies were cooked nicely and were crisp enough, but the pinwheel-sliced carrots reminded me of something from a kids

Pros: Service is quick, the place looks nice, the ingredients are fresh

Cons: Just not very good, compared to other Thai restaurants in the city

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I have to say that I eat a lot of Thai food, and Siam on Broadway makes the best Pad Thai in Capitol Hill. I have never eaten in the restaurant; I just order my food to go. It is always ready for pick-up in less than 15-minutes. The

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I have to say that I eat a lot of Thai food, and Siam on Broadway makes the best Pad Thai in Capitol Hill. I have never eaten in the restaurant; I just order my food to go. It is always ready for pick-up in less than 15-minutes. The

Pros: Quality. Service.

Cons: Parking.

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The noodle dishes here are my favorite! I have been coming to this place since 1991. The food is what keeps bringing me back.

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The noodle dishes here are my favorite! I have been coming to this place since 1991. The food is what keeps bringing me back.

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For a restaurant with such a great reputation, cooking the Pad Thai with ketchup is appalling. When asked the waitress claimed it's made with tomato. Hah, let's argue semantics. The deep fried Tofu was stale, in all fairness the portions

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For a restaurant with such a great reputation, cooking the Pad Thai with ketchup is appalling. When asked the waitress claimed it's made with tomato. Hah, let's argue semantics. The deep fried Tofu was stale, in all fairness the portions

Pros: The fish entrees

Cons: The Pad Thai- a staple in Thai restaurants

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Checking in 13 months after my last review, Siam's on Broadway has undergone a nice remodel. The best aprt is, however, that the food remains excellent. I've not found anything yet to complain about, parking being the usual difficulty.

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Checking in 13 months after my last review, Siam's on Broadway has undergone a nice remodel. The best aprt is, however, that the food remains excellent. I've not found anything yet to complain about, parking being the usual difficulty.

Pros: Food, Complexity of Flavor, Take-Away

Cons: No Parking

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Every Appetizer I had (Larb, Po Pia Sod, and Tom Kha) were decent if a little bit Laotian in flavor. The curry was way off, weak, salty and oily. Perhaps a visit to
Bangkok For the Chef is in order.

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Every Appetizer I had (Larb, Po Pia Sod, and Tom Kha) were decent if a little bit Laotian in flavor. The curry was way off, weak, salty and oily. Perhaps a visit to
Bangkok For the Chef is in order.

Pros: Norther Thai dishes

Cons: Curries

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I first came to Siam in 1990. Fifteen years later - it is still the best Thai food in town. In the early days, the counters were white and the space, small. Yet, even on chilly nights, it was always worth the wait and today's new remodel

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I first came to Siam in 1990. Fifteen years later - it is still the best Thai food in town. In the early days, the counters were white and the space, small. Yet, even on chilly nights, it was always worth the wait and today's new remodel

Pros: Garlic Prawns, Lunch Specials, Fresh Rolls

Cons: Parking

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I went there for the first time a few months ago and ordered the pad see eew on a whim. I was pleasantly surprised and now am addicted to it!

Place gets crowded at lunch so I suggest going early.

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I went there for the first time a few months ago and ordered the pad see eew on a whim. I was pleasantly surprised and now am addicted to it!

Place gets crowded at lunch so I suggest going early.

Pros: prices, service

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What can I say about this restaurant, the food is great as well as the service. They have recently undergone a remodel and I love the new look. I highly recommend this restaurant for anyone that enjoys great Thai food.

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What can I say about this restaurant, the food is great as well as the service. They have recently undergone a remodel and I love the new look. I highly recommend this restaurant for anyone that enjoys great Thai food.

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OK, let me get this out of the way...the service is pretty lackluster, you'll be lucky to get 10 words out of whomever is serving you. Otherwise, a fantastic place...I come here 15 times a year and I still get the same thing because it's

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OK, let me get this out of the way...the service is pretty lackluster, you'll be lucky to get 10 words out of whomever is serving you. Otherwise, a fantastic place...I come here 15 times a year and I still get the same thing because it's

Pros: great great food, inexpensive, kitschy ambience

Cons: , lackluster service

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Tried the pad thai w/prawns which was good but my preference is not to have it so saucy. and the fresh rolls were ok, but it can't compare to the ones at Indochine in Federal Way. i would have liked to have a lid on my rice bowl

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Tried the pad thai w/prawns which was good but my preference is not to have it so saucy. and the fresh rolls were ok, but it can't compare to the ones at Indochine in Federal Way. i would have liked to have a lid on my rice bowl

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I have been going to this restaurant for about 13 years. It's one of my favorites, and I've had Thai food all over the Northwest. Their Tom Kah Gai is the best I've ever had. And their spring rolls with plum sauce are to-die-for! I

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I have been going to this restaurant for about 13 years. It's one of my favorites, and I've had Thai food all over the Northwest. Their Tom Kah Gai is the best I've ever had. And their spring rolls with plum sauce are to-die-for! I

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Food is excellent! I especially like their seafood dishes. I've tried several other Thai restaurants in town and they don't match up to the quality of food here.

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Food is excellent! I especially like their seafood dishes. I've tried several other Thai restaurants in town and they don't match up to the quality of food here.

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The best Thai in Seattle! My husband and I started going there during our "dating" years in college and have been regulars for over 10 years! We've started a new tradition with our 2 children. When we go out and tell them we're going for

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The best Thai in Seattle! My husband and I started going there during our "dating" years in college and have been regulars for over 10 years! We've started a new tradition with our 2 children. When we go out and tell them we're going for

Pros: Atmosphere, Authentic

Cons: No parking, Limited seating

 

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