The ability to differentiate between red and green curry is the mark of a good Thai chef and a common tell among children faking colorblindness to skip school. Test your rods and cones with today’s Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of dinner fare at Siam Thai. This Groupon is not valid on Morris Performing Arts Center show nights and holidays.
Siam Thai’s chefs pile plates high with fresh Thai fare crafted from authentic, healthy recipes in an intimate setting. Evening diners can high-five the tongue's five basic taste receptors with bites of the gang dang ($11.99), a trio of red curry, bamboo shoots, and beef, or the beansprout with tofu ($9.99) and its touches of Thai soy sauce and garlic. Stomachs grumbling for a traditional Thai dish are quelled with a plating of neau nam man hoi ($11.99), a brown-oyster sauce teeming with sliced beef and broccoli. The pad prik paota lay ($15.99) presents a more modern, maritime feast of imitation crab, shrimp, and mussels beside an art installation of cabbage and carrots projected onto the plate. Siam Thai rounds out its menu with classic appetizers, rice dishes, and thai noodle meals as well as sweet beverages such as Thai ice tea and iced coffee. Click here for a visually enticing peek at some of the restaurant's dishes.
Siam Thai Restaurant and Siam Fresh Asian Cuisine
At the original Siam Thai Restaurant in South Bend, the eatery’s yellow walls are speckled with round mirrors in assorted sizes, each reflecting classic Thai dishes such as massaman curry with peanuts, potatoes, onions, and chicken. The recently opened Siam Fresh Asian Cuisine in Granger builds on owner Nat Buraprateep's Thai-cuisine expertise and focuses on Asian-fusion fare. Beneath bamboo light fixtures made by Buraprateep himself, diners sample vegetable pad thai, toasted-sesame ahi tuna steaks, and blackened-shrimp tacos topped with wasabi aioli, jalapeños, and mango salsa.
211 N Main St.
South Bend, Indiana 46601