Siam Sushi in the Lake Ella Publix Plaza is one of those places where, if you haven’t been there before, you have probably never heard of it. If you go there for lunch before noon, it is almost always barely occupied.
But, I love this place. The staff seems to be either family or friends. The food is fresh and good, even if not the fastest. They are very accommodating if you want to adjust the order from the menu.
I used to come in and just order the sushi rolls (creative and very large portions). Then, I tried their Thai curry dishes – game changer.
The Panang Curry and the Pad Thai are delicious. But, do you know what keeps me coming back? The Tom Kha soup.
I have always been hesitant about coconut milk. But, after this soup was recommended by our waitress, I have never entered their doors without ordering it. And if I have a head cold, this will heal you. Regular spicy is perfect, but if you really want to clean your sinuses out – the “Thai hot” is the way to go. You can choose between chicken, tofu and beef…I usually get the chicken.
Smooth, creamy, herbal and spicy – it’s like a comfort food I didn’t know I needed. (The (almost) 10 yr old loves it – her comment “it’s spicy, but it is so good I want more.”)
My friend got the the spicy tuna roll, which was good as usual. I got the Sashimi app, as I was trying to keep the calories down that day. The sashimi was in thick slices, and not as tender as Masa or Kitcho, but I think their strength lies in their Thai dishes. (And I have never had a bad sushi roll there.)
If you need a quiet lunch spot, this is the place. Or dinner, for that matter. They also have a cute outdoor space if the weather is nice (although you overlook the Lake Ella Publix parking melee.)
And please, for the love of all that is holy, get the Tom Kha soup.
This comment is made Kanye-style yo, Siam Sushi, I am happy for you and you are delicious, but Reangthai Restaurant has some of the best Thai of all time!
Thanks for another awesome post!
I love Reangthai also, but for the downtown lunch crowd – it is too far. Siam Sushi is just 5 min up Duval. I promise to review Reangthai soon!
Good point about the lunch crowd. I also like that you can sit outside at Siam. The weather is so gorgeous lately that outside dining is a MUST!
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