Rice is a staple of Thai food. Siam Rice takes its name from the famous Koa Hom Mali or Thai jasmine rice, which is known for its fragrant aroma, ... More
Siam Rice Thai Cuisine
Rice is a staple of Thai food. Siam Rice takes its name from the famous Koa Hom Mali or Thai jasmine rice, which is known for its fragrant aroma, silky smooth texture, and taste. This reputation for quality is the foundation for Siam Rice. We strive to bring to you the best of Thai food. Located in the heart of Chicago Loop, we are the perfect pick for diners looking for good food at good prices. The modern decor of our dining room provides a relaxing atmosphere for a casual business lunch or an informal dinner before a show.
I ordered my lunch and come to pick up. I paid ant they told me to sit there and wait. I have been waiting, waiting and waiting and they never call me for my order. I saw they took out the food and left on the counter. I was stand up and try to go to the counter and one of the lady ask is this my food? I told her that it was sitting there for a while and why no one was asking me? She did not say any thing. The food is ok but the service is bad period.
We LOVE Thai food and try to eat it whenever we can since we don't have any restaurants where we live. We found Siam Rice this past weekend by chance and boy were we glad we did! Prices reasonable- especially for Chicago- and the food was wonderful. We ordered 3 different things- all perfectly prepared. We even got our 5 year old to eat Pad Thai with mild/no spice and he devoured it. Decor was very upscale and bistro-ish. Seemed very clean. Would definitely go back. It was a party in our mouths!
As I was eating my lunch at the juice bar, a roach walked right in front of my plate. I didn't make a scene but I called the waitress/manager over and pointed out the bug. She proceeded to kill it with her hand. I don't think she washed them after she was done. The she refused to comp my meal. She said she could only give me 20% off my ticket. The nerve of some people!