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Authentic Thai dishes at SIAM Noodle House

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BF Parañaque is known for amazing food/restaurants just along the streets of Presidents Avenue and Aguirre, you can notice most of them because of their fancy appearance that would invite your eyes to try them out. Hubby and I discovered a new foodie spot, SIAM Noodle House which is  located  just across  Starbucks. At first glance we’re both hesitant to check it out, but  as  we entered the small pathway with plants and lantern it leads us to a beautiful dining place.

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Although a little bit small it looks elegant, with high-ceiling and  minimalist Thai ambiance which makes it perfect for an intimate date night or a fancy rendezvous.

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Seeing restaurants with interiors like this would let you think maybe it’s too expensive? Hmm.. Don’t worry because you can still enjoy authentic Thai cuisines without burning your pockets.

I don’t have the talent in singing or dancing but I am blessed with a big appetite, you can’t imagine how much I can eat for a day haha! The good thing about SIAM Noodle House you have the preference to control the spiciness of your meals, so if you’re not into super spicy just tell them. Let’s see which among their dishes would salivate your taste buds.

Appetizer

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Poh Pia Tod (Crispy Thai Spring Rolls with Chili Sauce) Php 165.00 brimming with vegetables and lots of flavor. It taste really good, I ate a lot and  almost forgot that it’s supposed to be an appetizer haha!

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Thai version of fried calamari Pla Muk Tod (Squid Rings with 2 dips) Php 220.00 is crisp and seriously delicious. Your jaw will not get tired munching on it, if you know what I mean.

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Tod Man Pla (Fish Cakes with chili sauce, cucumber and peanut salsa) Php 190.00 its cucumber and peanut salsa adds yummy flavors to the fish cake. Why Thai food can be so good?!

Noodle Soup

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I was impressed with Kuaitiao Krok Kapi (Shrimp Paste Surprise) Php 160.00, I never thought “bagoong” can be this good when added to a noodle soup, plus say hello to real shrimp. Full of flavors in one bowl!

Among the six noodle soup menu, this was my favorite it gives me happy food chills while writing  about it.

imageJuicy beef strips and herbs  in a dark broth bursting with flavors makes up  Kuaitiao Neua (Signature Beef) Php 160.00. If you’re tired or feeling down after long work this soup will boost your body hihi! Even with the scorching summer heat you cannot resist its taste hmm what more if it’s rainy season.

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The pork taste like bagnet without adding greasiness to the soup, Kuaitiao Moo (Crispy Pork Noodle Soup) Php 160.00.

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This dish best exemplifies how I like my  Tom Yum Php 160.00  with right  spicy kick,  lots of meat but too not oily, and has a good mix of contrasting flavors.

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Their Kuaitiao Gai (Chicken Noodle Soup) Php 160.00 combination of chicken chunks, noodles and vegetables in a savory broth is endlessly nourishing.

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Seafood Khao Soi (Seafood Green Curry) Php 160.00 was something new and a little bit weird  for me, but slurping on it several times gives a delightful taste after.

Main Dish

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Another dish that caught my taste bud on guard  was the Glass Noodle Salad Php 150.00, slippery noodles sprinkled with veggies, mushrooms and crushed peanuts. Even though it’s a little bit spicy you would find it addicting.

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A cup of plain rice will compliment Pad Gaprow Talay (Seafood in Basil) Php 250.00. Pieces of shrimp, squid and mussel in a delicious sauce flavored with basil without having the fishy “malansa” taste. One of their best seller!

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Pla Rad Prik (Crispy Whole Fish) Php 290.00  is just a simple fried tilapia fish at first sight,  but the special combination of herbs and spices used in preparing this dish gives a very distinctive character to its taste. It does not lose its crispiness even after it cools and not greasy at all.

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Khao Krok Kapi (Bagoong Rice) Php 190.00, rice was not overcooked, might be a little salty for me but the mango slices gave a sharp contrast. Just a friendly tip slowly add the “bagoong” to adjust according to your taste.

Drinks

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I love their  Tamarind drink Php 60.00, it’s tangy  and completely refreshing. Thai Milk Tea Php 60.00 was superb!  It’s definitely a must-order if you want an authentic Thai drink. Lemongrass drink Php 60.00 will help  ool your mouth between bites of spicy. What I noticed about their drinks it has less ice so you are actually paying for your drinks not the ice!

Desserts

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Soft and creamy Tah Koh Pandan Pudding Php 90.00 capped off our meal. I will suggest you add more of these to your dessert because one serving will not be enough for you.

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A classic Thai dessert warm Sticky Rice with Mango Php 140.00  drenched in coconut milk, and eaten with ripe mango. I’m not a fan of ripe mango but this dessert would take all your “umay”.

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Banana Fritters with Langka Php 75.00 is plenty sweet, which will satisfy sugar fanatics.

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If you want to impress your date or family treat them to an authentic Thai cuisines  at SIAM Noodle House!

SIAM Noodle House

63 Presidents Avenue Corner Aguirre Street, BF Homes, Parañaque City

(Just behind Pancake House and Starbucks)

SIAM Noodle House Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

16 Comments

  1. All dishes look delicious! I love the fact that you can control spiciness so people like me won’t end up with burnt tongue haha. Seems like a place to visit 🙂

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  2. I am not a big fan of Vietnamese food, but have since learned to like some dishes. I know the beef noodles is masarap but I don’t like their noodles. Spring rolls is amazingly good and on this restaurant you visited, I would like to try the crispy fish.

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  3. The food looks amazing here, worth the price? The entire post showed so much variety in the dishes. I also like the fact that you can add more spice,I always find my dishes need to be a little “hotter” than what I order.

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  4. That looks amazing! I love the art on the walls! And I have a big appetite too, but I don’t think I could eat all that food. Thai food is popular in NYC, so I’ve had glass noodle salad, tom yum…etc. I would really like to try the Pad Gaprow Talay though!

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  5. Mirriam (Mirriam Dictionary)

    When I looked at the pictures, I thought you were in Thailand! haha I must try this place when I visit the area. Everything looks so delicious. 🙂

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  6. It sounds like a place easily accessible from SM MoA. I haven’t really been spending much of my time back at home to have visits in Paranaque so this Thai resto is new to me. Out of all the food you’ve taken pictures with, I’ve grown a liking to that Bagoong Rice and the Fish Cakes with Chili sauce, even by just looking at them! And the latter’s spicy flavor can easily be countered with the milk tea.

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