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Quick ordering reccomendations for Sri Siam?

1newyorkguy May 27, 2009 05:38 PM

Thanks..

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    weegeebee May 28, 2009 11:28 AM

    crispy rice salad with sausage -- best dish by far

    O-Lou -- kind of crispy omelete/loose pancake with shrimp

    Green Papaya Salad -- very solid.

    Green Apple salad with anything -- they offer with pork, chicken, beef, fried trout, fried catfish. The catfish is real interesting texture wise. It's almost like catfish air, if that makes sense. It's a thin pancake, and when you put it in your mouth, it sort of dissolves. Very fishy, but awesome against the green apple salad.

    The soup with coconut milk, shrimp, mushrooms is really good too.

    Pad Thai was above average, not as great as the dishes above. Same with the Chicken Satay. It was good, not great.

    Coconut ice cream with peanuts and gummy fruit. I really like this. Not as sweet as you would think, but a lot of interesting textures.

    After writing all this, I'm getting hungry...

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    1. re: weegeebee
      1newyorkguy May 28, 2009 11:55 AM

      I went before you posted this and had a great meal. I enjoyed it more than Renu Nakorn...no need for that hike again.

      Papaya salad - very solid
      Hot and sour soup - great
      Shrimp pancake - first time having this dish and really enjoyed it...the sweet sauce it came with paired nicely as I ate the sour soup.
      Panang curry with soft tofu and rice - not particularly interesting, but was much thicker than Nakorns and I really enjoyed it.

      tab came to $34

      Hurrah!

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