The interior is warm and inviting with simply adorned wooden chairs and tables and a cosy banquette lining one wall or soak up the atmosphere outdoors at the footpath tables where a glass barrier protects you from the noise of the street.
The menu is filled with carefully executed morsels filled with chilli and spice and all things nice. Start with the tod-mun-pla (three patties of spicy minced fish, deep fried and served with sweet chilli, and cucumber salad) or the yam seafood (a salad of prawn, squid and mussel tossed with celery, onion, coriander and slightly sweet lemon dressing). Main courses include the usual favourites along with some more adventurous options. The pandan chicken is delectable (pieces of boneless chicken wrapped with aromatic leaf and deep fried until the skin is crispy) as is the Neptune delight (minced prawn ball stuffed with squid, pan-fried and topped with chilli plum and coriander sauce). Star of Siam offers a number of wines by the glass and BYO is available for $10 per bottle.