Siam Square Thai Cuisine

(770) 333-1700 | View Website

1995 Windy Hill Rd SE, Smyrna, GA | Directions   30080

33.901007 -84.491036

Open Hours

Lunch: Mon - Fri,11:30am - 2:30pm; dinner: Mon - Thu, 5pm - 9:30pm; Fri, Sat, 5pm -10:30pm; Sun, 5pm - 9pm

 
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More Tags: Lunch Spot

Cuisine: Thai

Payment Methods: American Express, Discover, MasterCard, Visa

General Info: Open 7 Days

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Siam Square Thai Cuisine
Siam Square Thai Cuisine
Siam Square Thai Cuisine
Siam Square Thai Cuisine
Menu
Basil Rolls (Por Pia Sod), Spring Rolls (Por Pia Tod), Dumpling (Ka Nom Jeeb), Thai BBQ Pork (Moo Yarng), Chicken Satay (Sa Tay Gai), Zesty Calamari, House Salad, Coconut Soup (Tom Kha), Coconut Soup (Tom Kha), Spicy Herb Soup (Tom Yum)... more

Reviews for Siam Square Thai Cuisine

over a year ago

We had a lovely meal in very pleasant surroundings. The food was perfectly prepared and presented beautifully. The staff was very attentive, and the soft shelled crab was especially delicious.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

BEST!!! Staff, Food, Atmosphere, EVERYTHING! – BEST THAI FOOD WE'VE EVER HAD!!! The food is exquisite! Everything is cooked to perfection! No salt, pepper, sugar, etc. needed here! All of the ingredients taste as if they were grown in heaven! Everything is so fresh and taste extremely good! The food literally melts in your mouth as you eat it!

When you walk in you are instantly greeted with the hostess/waitress. She had the friendliest attitude! Was a pleasure to have instead of a waitress that you just wanted to go away...

I have had the same entree each time I go simply because it is just so good. Something you get cravings for that no one else can make like it. This time my husband and I got the Calamari because we herd that it was so good. Boy was everyone right! It is not at all like the typical fried calamari w/marinara sauce! It has the Thai flavor and cooked perfectly! Not rubbery like some places make it! For the price it was the perfect amount to start off with! To drink we had the Thai tea which is amazing! Very authentic flavor, definitely not the "add water" package type that I've had at some restaurants! For our main course I had the Massaman Chicken Curry and my husband had the House Fried Rice with Chicken. Each entree was cooked to perfection! In my entree were onions, potatoes, and cashews. Everything cooked to the perfect texture. And the TASTE!!! Oh sooooo good! And not spicy at all! My husband said that that was THE BEST fried rice he has ever had. He is usually more for Chinese person instead of Thai, but this one won over all! The rice is not left hard and crunchy like some restaurants. It was full of flavor and wonderful ingredients! When you took a bite all the flavors would come together and melt in your mouth! For desert we had Banana Fritters with Coconut Ice Cream! Again! Everything cooked to perfection! That word is mild compared to how good everything was! I could go on forever, but it's making me hungry again! Just go for yourself and try it out! If we ever move out of Smyrna, best believe that we WILL make the drive out here! No distance is too far for this exquisite meal!

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Best Thai in ATL PERIOD!! – Ive dined at Siam Square on several occasions now. Both for lunch and dinner. Yes, lunch has more traffic but that does not take away from the array of options or quality of food from the dinner menu. As mentioned in previous posts the calamari is AMAZING. Ive specially ordered it at lunch and dinner. EVERYONE should try it!! The curry is superbly full of flavor. with my first visit I chose the soft shell crab mango and spicy cilantro sauce. SPOILER the cilantro is NOT SPICY its and herb yet delicious.

I would recommend this place to ANYONE who is a Thai novice, intermediate, or advanced.

Lunch is busier than dinner but don't let that throw you off to the quality and flavor. Its amazing,

Recommends
4.0
over a year ago

Great Food – To the last poster, Basil rolls and spring rolls are two different things. They are both on the menu. Spring rolls are fried and skinny unlike basil rolls. That was your error.

Their prices have gone up but so have the prices at every restaraunt these days. I still think they have some of the best Thai food in west cobb. I love the Basil chicken and the Pad Ke Mao.

Doesn't Recommend
1.0
over a year ago

Siam - Avoid like the plague – Avoid this place like the plague. I went on a Friday night at 7:00 and was the only customer - that should have tipped me off.

All entree's on the menu cost about 40% more than what you would expect to pay in a comparable Restaurant.

My appetizer was the Fried Calamari for $8.95. While it was very tasty and cooked perfectly (soft, not rubbery), the plate only had 9-10 small rings on it. Way over priced.

What they bill as Spring Rolls: Por-Pia-Tod are a price gouging $2 each (!) I am used to a Thai Spring Roll being a fat, Basil stuffed, steamed serving of goodness. I did not notice the menu stated it was deep fried - what I was served was ...something...that was the size and shape (about the size of your little finger) of a Filipino Lumpia roll. Good sauce but a tasteless roll.

Next, I tried the Spicy Basil Lamb at $18.95; although this dish had ingredients like Bell Peppers that should have been crisp, everything was overcooked to a mushy blandness. The 5 small (easily less than 2 oz. pre-cook weight) meat medallions were overcooked; they had no Lamb flavor and I really feel that a low grade cut of beef was substituted.

Anyone that considers this “Fine Dining” probably thinks canned Chicken Chow Mein is the epitome of Asian dining. Go to Buford Highway for the real thing; even a carry out like Uncle Wong’s is better and way easier on the pocket book.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Great thai outside the city – Great food and service, cute place to hang out.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

My Favorite Thai Restaurant – This is my favorite Thai restaurant in the Atlanta metro area... maybe of any that I've tried anywhere. The Spicy Basil is my favorite. My mouth waters all the way to the restaurant when I think of the flavor. I like that the decor is more modern and hip than the usual elephants and statues at most Thai places... as is the music. The owner and staff are very friendly and go out of their way to make our meal enjoyable. It is always our restaurant of choice to celebrate birthdays or other special occaisions.

Recommends
3.0
over a year ago

Tried them for takeout Pad Thai – I decided to try this place for dinner take-out and all was fine until I got home with the meal, and noticed that there was no shrimp in my shrimp rolls and the chicken in my Pad Thai was overcooked. That being said, the flavors were good, and I will give them another try.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Hidden Gem – The atmosphere itself will make you forget you are in Smyrna! It has a beautiful natural yet modern vibe to it. Everytime we've visited the food has been exquisite. I'm a big fan of the pad thai with shrimp and the basil rolls. My husband loves the masaman curry and we both can't get enough of the thai iced tea.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Best Thai food in Georgia!! – Siam Square is amazing!! The food is exceptional, the atmosphere is charming, the service is superb. We used to live close and have now moved to Roswell. Siam Square makes us get in the car and make the drive. It is worth the drive (and we drive at least once a week) for the amazing food. The calamari is one of our favorites and it is by far the best. We have not found calamari anywhere that compares. Chanya the owner has truly brought a piece of Bankok to Smyrna.

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