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Sushi Thai Siam Kitchen

3341 N. Federal Highway
Wilton Manors, FL 33306
Best Of


  • $$, $$$
  • Takeout, Wheelchair accessible
  • Dinner, Lunch
  • Beer/Wine
  • Lot Available
  • Not necessary
Obviously, somewhere in the 1990s, Broward and Palm Beach politicians decided that Thai and Japanese restaurants need never seek separate customers. A decade later, it's nigh impossible to find a Japanese raw-fish restaurant that can't fix you up a steamy bowl of tom kha gai. That wasn't the case when we were kids. Thankfully, this doesn't mean Siam Kitchen is an underachiever in either realm. The menu is strictly simple, and that's what makes Siam Kitchen work. These guys have the decency not to go overboard with oddities, which is good. You're in a strip mall next to a strip club, after all. Siam Kitchen is a perfect place for dinner before a lap-dance extravaganza or a show at the nearby Culture Room.

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