Thursday, February 19, 2009

Thai Restaurant Star of Siam

Thai Restaurant Star of Siam

“Star of Siam”, located just off the bustle of Michigan Avenue, is a must for anyone who loves Thai food. The space is very open, with red brick and exposed pipes, which are painted red to match the brick. The color scheme is carried through in the red cushions and colorful wall hangings.

Not your usual place to go for Thai food, "Star of Siam" serves a standard Thai menu in an urban warehouse setting rather than in a storefront dive. This has led one reviewer to call it "yuppie-Thai," which is, perhaps, not so far off the mark given the young, urban, professional crowd often found dining here.

For a quick lunch on a busy afternoon or an inexpensive meal when you find yourself in the heart of downtown with nowhere to eat, "Star of Siam" is a good choice. Visit Thai restaurant Star Of Siam and you'll get a place that dishes up Thai meals. Expect the average entree to cost under $8.

“VOTE NO.1 Favorite Thai Restaurant 10 Years in a Row”

“Prices are right… every thing at Star of Siam seems right…”

“The Service is exceptionally friendly and swift.”

“The most fashionable place in town to dine on Thai Food”

“It is among the best. Star of Siam does have some genuine treats. Star of Siam is completely satisfying”

Some of Menu:

Thai pepper steak

Star beef lover (almond beef)

Ped yarng (roast duck)

Pla-duk pad-ped

Pad Thai

Pad Khee mao

Singapore noodle(Southern Thailand style)

And much more…. You can see in Star of Siam Thai Restaurant.

"For there vegetarian customers, most items can be cooked without meat, and if there is a Thai dish you enjoy and do not see in our menu"

Please call at (312) 670-0100

The most fashionable Thai Restaurant

Tel.312.670.0100 Fax. : 312.222.4100

11 E.Ilinois St. Chicago, IL.,60611

Sunday – Thuesday : 11.00 A.M. – 10.00 P.M.

Fireday – Saturday : 11.00 A.M. – 11.00 P.M.

Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Thai Rama Restaurant in California

Thai Rama Restaurant in California was introduces today.
The Thai Rama restaurant in Torrance is an authentic Thai restaurant that delivers the sensational flavors of Thailand within a spacious, relaxed environment.

Until the middle of this century, Thai food was virtually unknown outside of Thailand and now it has become one of the most popular exotic cuisines in the world! Thai food is fast gaining a reputation as one of the world's most delicious and creative cuisine's. The variety of dishes, from quick lunchtime noodles to spicy salads, soups and curries, plus the ingredients - coconut milk, lemongrass and ginger, make a make it a "must try." Surprisingly it isn't always spicy! There are dishes which are bland, and dishes which are Chinese influenced and considerably toned down.

Thai food varies from region to region, depending on the local ingredients. Thai food of the north, in some way, is cooked with the sole thought for the taste for the northern people. The recipe consists of vegetable and ingredients available in their immediate vicinity. The common meal includes steamed glutinous rice, chili sauces which come in a host of varieties, such as "namprik noom", "namprik dang", "namprik ong" and chili soups (gang) such as gang hangle, gang hoh, gang kae. The South is famous for it's fiery curries and fish dishes. Surrounded by the Andaman Sea and the Gulf of Thailand, there is no shortage of tropical fish, prawns, lobster and crabs. Curried, steamed, boiled, barbecued or fried, with different sauces and dips. So while you're in Thai Rama Restaurant, try to sample as much as possible.

And this below is the kind of menu in Thai Rama Restaurant

Sample dishes

Lunch Specials




There are the sample of sample dishes

Thai -Checken-salad



Don’t forget if you are hungry.

4473 Torrance Blvd., Torrance, CA 90503

(310)542-9242 , (310)371-0896

Open daily 11.00am – 10.00 pm.

Sunday, February 15, 2009

Thai restaurant in Atlanta.

Today I have a new Thai restaurant to introduce for every body .

Thai restaurant is Surin of Thailand.

Surin of Thailand has been serving Authentic Thai Cuisine for fifteen (15) years to Atlanta and the Southeast. First and second-generation customers have enjoyed our family recipes and regional dishes of Thailand.

His Master Thai Chefs’, hand select only the freshest local vegetables and meats and import select Thai spices, seasonings, noodles, nuts, rice, and authentic Thai ingredients to make your dining experience an epicurean delight. A broad spectrum of Thai Cuisine is offered on the Surin of Thailand menus and Chef Specials to meet our customers’ tastes, dining preferences, and dietary concerns.

The experience of Authentic Thai Cuisine is coupled with a full Sushi Bar, a knowledgeable and professional wait staff, a full Martini Menu, varied wine list, and professional bartenders. Many of our Thai people are trained in Japan by professional Sushi Chefs and find an easy transition from our fresh, select, and “made to order” Thai Cuisine to our fresh, select, and “made to order” Sushi and Sashimi.
Vigorous quality control, attention to detail, and “listening to our clientele” has provided our customers with a Thai experience that rewards their palate and dining enjoyment. Surin of Thailand has proven itself as an Authentic Thai Restaurant and has innovated, broadened, and evolved as our customers have continually evolved their palates, experiences, and preferences in Thai Cuisine.

Surin of Thailand has been built upon his customer satisfaction and will continue to offer the best in Authentic Thai Cuisine, provide an exciting dining experience, but always demanding the freshness, consistency, and variety that our clientele expect. However, maybe the Surin Customers only return again and again for the Martinis and the “made from scratch” desserts…you decide.

The Surin of Thailand family invites you to experience his commitment to his customers, the satisfaction of the Thai Culture, and the variety of Thai Cuisine, fresh Sushi, and all the extras provided to highlight your visit.

In this restaurant has many menu such as :

Chicken masman with avocado

Rosted duck with red curry

Thai noodle

Pad prik pork and much more.

When you hungry you can go to this restaurant at :

Surin of Thailand , N.Highland

810 N. Highland Ave.
Atlanta, GA 30306
Phone: 404-892-7789
Fax: 404-892-8344

Mon-Fri 11:30 - 2:30
Sat-Sun 12:00 - 2:30

Sun-Thu 5:30 - 10:30
Fri-Sat 5:30 - 11:30

Thai food - Tom Yum Goong

Tom Yum Soup, World Wide All-Time Favorite!
Thai food - Tom Yum Goong (Tom Yum Soup with Shrimp)


*1/2 pound medium sized shrimp(peeled and de-veined
*2 cups water
*6 pieces cut lemon grass (~2" long)
*4 small pieces galangal

*1 tbsp. tom yum soup paste

*2-8 crushed red/green chili peppers

*3 small red onions cut into quarters

*1 medium to large tomato

*10 straw mushrooms, whole

*1 1/2 tbsp. fish sauce

*3 tbsp. lemon juice

*1 tsp. white sugar

*4-6 kaffir lime leaves

*1/2 tsp. salt

*1/2 cup Chinese celery

Cooking Instructions:

1. Cut the lemongrass stalks into 2"pieces. Throw it in boiling water with galangal and chili peppers.

2. Add tom yum paste in it. Add more if you want it spicier.

3. Add lemon juice, sugar, fish sauce, tomato, mushroom, onion and cook for 10 minutes.

4. Now, add shrimp and cook for another 5 minutes. We don’t want the shrimps together hard as it is cooked for too long, 5 minutes is enough.

5. Throw Chinese celery, kaffir lime leaves and scallion. Then, turn off the fire. If you don’t like the taste or you’re not sure the taste will come out right, you should add fish sauce and lemon juice only little and by little and taste it until it has the right taste for you. So you get Thai food -Tom Yum Goong in your style , you see !! Thai food - Tom yum Goong it is easy for you .

Thursday, February 12, 2009

Thai food U Know?

Thai food U Know?

Thai food has the balance of fiveflavors. In each dish, there is acombination of spiciness, sour, sweet, salty and sometimes bitter. The four main regions of Thailand:Northern, Northeastern (or Isaan),Central and Southern regions, havetheir own unique tastes and food style that represent their way oflife and culture.For example, Isaan stir-fry food is juicy and tends to be sweeter compared to the central region style. Most of the time there must be a plate full of soft boiled or fresh vegetables, some from their own garden and others from the market. Nam Prik Bla rah (chilies sauce with fermented fish) is never missing from the table. It is made from chilies, garlic, red onion, lemon juice and fermented fish. Each region has their style of Nam Prik, some add dried fish and dried shrimp. We always have Thai jasmine rice for all meals with all kinds of food. Isaan people prefer sticky rice as we believe it has a thick texture that can keep us full until the next meal, while we have to work hard all day in the rice field. We eat sticky rice with our five fingers, our parents tell us to rub our fingers with our hair then the rice won’t stick to them! We keep sticky rice in a bamboo container. It stays hot and ok all day outside the refrigerator. If it gets hard from staying outside too long, we warm it again and keep it for one more day

Lunch time at school, college, or at work, we have rice with curries, stir- fries or deep fried food poured on top. It’s called khao rad gang. You can have 1 or 2 things on top and it costs not more than 25 Baht (about 60 cents usd). Noodles are popular as well. We have gwit diao (noodles in clear soup) and gwit jap (Vietnamese style noodles).

Thai families nowadays don’t cook much at home. We usually buy food at the night market. It is already cooked and put into a clear small bag for 20 Baht each. That way we really save a lot of time. Thai food is generally eaten with a fork and a spoon. The spoon is mainly used with the fork which helps the food onto the spoon. However, for sticky rice and Isaan recipes, like Lahp Moo (spicy pork salad) and som tam (papaya salad), we use our five fingers. We eat our meals with our right hands. If you are in Isaan, don’t be shy to use to grab your food with your fingers. Remember, the left hand is considered a dirty hand because we use it to clean the dirty part of our body after using the restroom. Sometimes I wonder about those Thai people that are left-handed?

Monday, January 19, 2009

Tasty Thai Food

Tasty Thai Food - Spicy, Salty, and Sour

Food is like a drug. How true is that? This is especially true for me when it comes to Thai food. Once I get started on any Thai dish, I get addicted to more of the same. But hey, there has to be worse addictions that good food right? Some culinary writers describe Thai food as being similar to Chinese food but with a sting. Well, as someone who has lived in Thailand for a number of years now, I think the aromatic, delicious, hot, spicy Thai food is in a class of it’s own, and there is nothing to compare it’s uniqueness with.

Another fascinating fact with Thai food is the variety. If I lived here for a 100 years and tried a different dish everyday day, I don’t believe I would have time to sample it all. The county is split into 5 regions; North, Northeast, East, Central, and South and each region, province, and sub province, all have their own unique dishes and foodstuffs.

Thai food should not just be categorised as being hot and spicy though, as there are many herbs and spices which are also combined to give the individual dishes their distinctive tastes and aromas.

Ever heard of Thai food described using the 3 S’s of flavor? Spicy, Salty, and Sour. It’s the harmonious blend of these 3 that contribute to this gorgeous gastronomy. Let me break this down a little for you.

Thai food - Tom sab Kradoog aon

It's hot and spicy thai food.

Spicy Chili (Prik)

There’s a whole history on how the chili became a part of Thai cooking and I’ll save that for another article, but basically the Europeans, (Spanish or Portuguese) introduced the Chili into the old Siam in the 16th century, and it’s been and integral part of Thai cooking ever since. People who try Thai food for the first time should do so with extreme caution, as there are some dishes that burn your throat so hard that it’s painful to the inexperienced pallet.

Fish Sauce - Salty

Fish sauce is simply called "Nam pla” which when translated means water fish. In Thai cooking this us the second most important ingredient. Fish sauce is made by brewing fish or shrimp mixed with salt and decanting the fermented result into bottles. On its own it smells quite unpleasant but when added to the cooking or sprinkled over rice, it really does contribute to the exotic flavors of Thai food.

Lime - Sour

The lime known in Thai language as "Manao”, is used at every opportunity in a whole variety of Thai dishes. The main role of the lime is to repress the salty taste and strong odor of fish sauce.

Bon appetite!

Aleck Mann is a proficient writer and webmaster for Look at Food dot com where he writes on such issues as Living Longer and Healthier lives! and Diet Information. He also has many other food and healthy eating related pieces on the site.

Monday, January 12, 2009

Thai restaurant and thai food in the day is Siam.

Siam is thai restaurant and is one of Regina's best Asian Eataries - by Dave Margoshes

If the people running Regina's newest Thai restaurant seems just a tad smug, perhaps they can be indulged.Their place is called SIAM, the old name for Thailand, and the menu declares it an "authentic Thai restaurant." It also boasts, “ They serve real Thai food." To understand that, even the last four digits of the phone number (352-8424) spell out T-H-A-I. There's plenty of Thai food in Regina already - but mostly in Vietnamese restaurants. Even two places with seemingly strong Thai credentials, Viet-Thai and the Thai Garden, have Vietnamese owners. But Siritorn Srisodsai, a pleasant woman called Youi, and her family, the people running Siam, are from Thailand and Siam is the real deal.

The little hole-in-the-wall space on Hamilton Street, just around the corner from Victoria Avenue, housing Siam has been through a number of restaurants - all Asian - in recent years. Just in recent memory it was a Chinese noodle shop, a Vietnamese pho shop, and a Thai restaurant with brilliant, if somewhat rough-around-the edges, food but a lack of business acumen that led to an early demise. Now it's morphed from the generically titled Asian Cuisine into the more assertive Siam, and let's hopes it hangs around longer than its predecessors.

And Thai restaurant Siam does the buffet very well indeed. In fact, while the range is narrow (there are only eight dishes), this is one of the best Asian buffets in town, and probably the best weekday buffet of any sort of downtown. Buffet food is already prepared, of course, so you can't ask for spices to be moderated. No worry. All the dishes I've tried have definite personality - they make an impression but they're not unbearably hot. The kitchen makes excellent use of flavorings like garlic, chilies, lime, tamarind, coconut, fresh mint and cilantro , all of them are thai herb suitable for cook thai food and make good health.

They are many kind of thai food: like this in below and much more, you can see in Thai restaurant and thai food siam.

Thaifood-Wrapped Leaf Thaifood-Tom yam koong

Kanom Jean Kang KeawWan Thai food -Larb moo

Thaifood-Kai Jeaw Moo Sub Thaifood- Pad pak ruem mit

Business Hours

Thai buffet : Mon. - Fri. : 11:00am. - 01:30pm.

Full Menu : Mon. - Fri. : 05:30pm. - 09:00pm.

Sat. : 11:00am. - 09:00pm.

Sun. : Closed

Thai restaurant “Siam” : 1946 Hamilton Street Regina, SK S4P2C4 ,

Tel. (306) 352-8424

Tuesday, January 6, 2009

Thai restaurant

Thai restaurant

Happy new year 2009 and Thai restaurant today introduce Thai Klang Dong.

Thai Klang Dong is a restaurant serving authentic Thai and Chinese food for dine-in, takeout, catering and local delivery within three miles. His owner-operated restaurant offers delicious, authentic Thai and Chinese dishes in a relaxing atmosphere. Some of his menu selections include soups and salads, curries, teriyaki, crispy mint leaves chicken, pad woon sen and pra raam. Most of his entrees are available with your choice of tofu, pork, beef, chicken or shrimp.

He is so confident that you will enjoy your dining experience at his restaurant that he offer a 100% satisfaction guarantee. Come by him convenient location in Culver City, at the corner of Sepulveda & Lucerne right across from Enterprise Car Rental.

Authentic Thai and Chinese cuisine with friendly service

  • Dine-in, take-out, delivery
  • Catering offered
  • Vegetarian options

Location : 4903 S Sepulveda Blvd
Culver City, CA 90230
Phone: (310) 390-7399

Cross Street: Lucern Avenue
Hours: Mon 11am-4pm, Tue-Thu, Sun 11am-10pm, Fri-Sat 11am-10:30pm

If you are hungry don’t forget Thai Klang Dong restaurant”