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Colour, flavour, and a bit more colour are the main ingredients in Siam Kitchen’s recipe for success when it comes to Thai restaurants in Singapore. Salty, sweet, sour, and spicy are the other four ingredients – not including the actual ingredients themselves – that go into a long list of authentic Southeast Asian and Thai dishes here at the Lot 1 Shoppers’ Mall in Choa Chu Kang. Access the mall and Siam Kitchen from Choa Chu Kang Avenue or the nearby station.
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I feel valued as a regular, service is great and food tastes great as usual. Had the Crabmeat Fried Rice.
Great food choices and great services, nice Thai songs to enjoy while having a meal since I'm dining alone.
Great service, always friendly. Food is delicious and portion size is good.
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Tom yum goong, Thai green curry and the Siam Kitchen special mid-joint chicken wings – just three of the signature dishes available here at Siam Kitchen’s Choa Chu Kang Avenue address as they are at each and every one of the bakers’ dozen of Siam Kitchens scattered like savoury droplets of fish sauce and lemongrass stalks across the island of Singapore. This particular Siam Kitchen is found, to be precise, in the Lot 1 Shoppers’ Mall, easily accessed from nearby Choa Chu Kang station and a haunt for many of the desperately hungry denizens of this corner of the city in need of an affordable Southeast Asian cure-all.
What else is going on at Siam Kitchen in Lot 1 Shoppers’ Mall. A lot, that’s what. And what in particular? A lot of traditional Thai and streetfood-style fare, that’s what. Delicious, halal, and very tasty as well. Lunch set specials, petite home party buffet menus, and an a la carte menu packed with Thai street favourites, salads, authentic soups, curries with jasmine rice, a menu all about chicken, seafood, vegetables, Thai favourites, noodle and rice specialties, sweets, beverages, soft drinks and hot beverages to boot. Head to Choa Chu Kang immediately! But not before booking, as the tables at this Singapore Thai restaurant get very small very quickly, if you know what we mean.