House of Siam, South End, Boston

House of Siam has two locations Columbus and Tremont and they serve generous portions of their Thai noodles. Although I am only reviewing the noodles, the tom yum and wonton soup are fragrant and warmth is satisfying during winter.

Pad Thai $10.95, the most famous Thai noodle dish, rice noodles pan fried with eggs, chicken, shrimp, scallions, beans prouts & ground peanuts.

The pad thai (pan-fried rice noodles with eggs, chicken, shrimp, scallions, beans sprouts & ground peanuts) is lightly sweetened and the peanuts give a great crunch.

Pad See Yew $11.95, Stir fried ho fun noodles with broccoli, egg in a yellow bean sauce.

The Pad See Ew, stir fried ho fun noodles with broccoli, egg in a yellow bean sauce is by far the best dish of the house. It really tastes great the next day heated or cold.

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