A must try place. We visit this place every week end.. This is one of our favorite dining places. The Thai fried rice and Spicy Pan Fried Noodles are really tasty. You must try the Fried Banana with ice cream dessert, it's really yummy!!!
Tasty Thai at bargain prices for a hotel restaurant. This bustling restaurant within the Renaissance Parc 55 hotel serves good, if a bit Westernized, Thai food. Prices are very competitive with street prices with most entrees under $7. They offer takeout and this is a tasty and economical alternative to room service. The restaurant is on the second floor of the hotel and accessible through the main elevator bank. Their offerings are not usually spicy unless you specifically request that they make it so. The pad thai is especially delicious. The place is very popular with the many international airline crews (Lufthansa, Singapore Airlines) that stay at the hotel, if you want to rendezvous with that intriguing slice of the population -- often feels like the bar in the classic movie Casablanca.
Delicious Thai food, cheap & great location. I stay at the Parc 55 every week and I eat at Siam atleast twice. I am vegetarian and I usually eat the veg curries (green, red and panang); haven't tried anything else. The curries are delicious, they have a rich flavor, have the right thickness and I enjoy my rice and curry to the last morsel; it's the right amount of food, ends up costing not much, and the service is good. Not many tables in this restaurant but I have never had to wait (I sit at the bar usually).
Better than my mama's. I am 1/2 Thai and happend to be staying in Parc 55 hotel, where this place is. I ended up eating there 3 or 4 times. It was really that good. The prices were the best I've seen anywhere. The dinner prices were same as lunch. It did get really busy so the service slacked a bit. But it was late and then all the sudden the tables were full. I had the som-thom twice, that's the green papaya salad. And they have sticky rice with thai ice cream. My mouth is watering. My mom never cooked like this for me, I wasl lucky to get fried rice. It's not a big place, maybe 10 tables.