4th Stop: Siam Kitchen (Bugis Junction)

After eating tasting our way through Western and Chinese cuisine, it was time for something to whet the appetite further (to eat more food!). And what could be more appetizing than Thai food?

The 4th stop was Siam Kitchen, which serves Thai food, has a seating capacity of 80 persons and is halal certified.

If you are wondering what this food trail is about, it is a food trail organized by omy.sg and food establishments in Bugis Junction, which explores food establishments located in Bugis Junction. If you want to know all the establishments that were visited, please click here.

Without further ado, here are the foods:

Tom Yum Seafood Soup @ S$7.60

Tom Yum Seafood Soup
TOM YUM TALAY - Authentic hot, sour and spicy with seafood and fragrant herb
Tom Yum Seafood Soup
Fresh seafood, especially the prawn and squid
Thoughts: The ingredients (e.g. prawns and squid) used were fresh. Overall, no surprises here, it is that familiar yummy combination of spicy, sweet and tangy - Tom Yum soup.

Grilled Honey-Marinated Boneless Chicken* @ S$12.90

Grilled Honey-Marinated Boneless Chicken
GAI YONG- A classic favorite, found on almost every street corner in Bangkok
Thoughts: The grilled chicken was nice, the meat tender and juicy with the slightly charred aroma of grilled meat. I think the honey helped in tenderizing the meat and gave it a nice sweetness. It was a nice dish and perfect for those who adore chicken meat (DramaQueen are you reading this? Haha).

Siam Siam Grilled Combo Platter @ S$22.90

Siam Siam Grilled Combo Platter
A mix of grilled chicken, squid, beef and prawns
Thoughts: If you want more grilled meat and you can try the grilled combo platter which comes with an assortment of yummy grilled meats such as chicken, squid, beef and prawns. The chicken featured in this combo platter is the Grilled Honey-Marinated Boneless Chicken (mentioned above). I particularly liked the squid - they were slightly chewy but not tough. As for the beef, I found it to be too well done and a little tough for my liking, but it wasn't rubbery (which is a good thing). This combo platter is meant to be shared as the serving is quite substantial and should be enough for 2-4 (depending on the capacity of each individual).

Deep Fried Whole Groupa Fish with Chili Dip/Mango Sauce @ S$23.90

Deep Fried Whole Groupa Fish
Pla Gao Tod Sam Road
Thoughts: If you love your fish, especially fried fish, than this would be the dish for you. Don't want to deal with the bones? Well, you have the option of choosing between the fish (body, bones and all) and the accompanying fish pieces (devoid of bones). The fish was fresh and it's meat (both the actual fish and fish pieces) were tender and moist. The chili sauce was nice and spicy and enhanced the flavor of the meat, making it a memorable (spicy) experience.

Thai Mixed Salad with NZ Beef @ S$8.50

Thai Mixed Salad with NZ Beef
Yum Neau Song Kreung
Thoughts: It is an interesting combination and offers the tangy 'refreshingness' of Thai salads and meat to appease the 'meat' eaters who don't like their salad.

Green Papaya Salad with Shrimp Flakes* @ S$7.50

Green Papaya Salad with Shrimp Flakes
A blend of tastes and textures of exotic green papaya salad and shrimp
Thoughts: This would have to be my favorite at this stop. The papaya salad makes a good appetizer with that nice refreshing tangy shrimpy taste that I like. ^^

*Indicates personal favorites!

Siam Kitchen (Bugis Junction)

200 Victoria Street
Parco Bugis Junction #02-46
Singapore 188021

Mondays to Thursdays
Lunch - 11.30 a.m. to 3.00 p.m. (Last order 2.45 p.m.)
Dinner - 6.00 p.m. to 10.00 p.m. (Last order 9.45 p.m.)

Fridays and Sundays
11.30 a.m. to 10.00 p.m. (Last order 9.45 p.m.)

Tel: 6337 3777 | Fax: 6337 3777

Average Bill Per Guest:
Lunch $20.00 - $50.00
Dinner $130.00

*Opinions in this post are completely my own, based on my experience & thoughts.*

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