About this Business
11:30 AM - 9:30 PM
11:30 AM - 10:30 PM
We just loved the food. Cannot wait to go again and try other items on the menu. Staff is so courteous and friendly. So happy to have a nice Thai restaurant in Columbia MD.
The food was delicious, fresh, well-seasoned and attractive. The manager was accommodating!
Great food; great service
it was average. The vegetables were barely cooked and the steat was very chewy. The Sauce tasted very good. I don't think I'll be going back though.
The food is always so delicious and the customer service is A+!!!!!
Masaman curry was really good along with the spring rolls. Service wasn't bad.
Good service very pleased with food.
The seafood Tum Ka (coconut lemon grass) soup was the best. The drunken noodle dish was very good. The combination fried was overcooked but was ok. We will try it again at a later date to update this review.
Good service. Yum Ped Grob appetizer has dried fish which was very chewy. Gang Ped Yang was tasty but duck was fatty and very little meat. Siam Beef had good flavor but beef was tough. We'll probably go back and give another try but we won't order these 3 again.
From Our Editors
Inside Siam Spice, warm shades of rust and gold surround plush booths and cushioned chairs, and a back-lit bar offers diners plenty of drinkable options as they read through the extensive menu. Read on to learn about some of the Thai restaurant's signature items:
- **Goong ob woonsen: Steamed shrimp are paired with cellophane noodles, juicy pork, onion, celery, fresh ginger, and mushrooms, in a light sesame sauce.
- **Gang ped yang: Roasted duck, pineapple, eggplant, bamboo, basil, and peppers are enveloped in a coconut red curry paste and spices in this favorite entree.
- **Siam beef: This dish, which is best eaten while dining in, features marinated beef that is sizzled with a sweet sesame garlic sauce and steamed with a mixture of vegetables.