This restaurant has consistently good Japanese and Thai food, and a nice ambience. If the weather is good, outside dining is recommended. Always a relaxing evening.
Pro: mostly decent food. My BF liked sushi a lot. My fish was good. Con: brown rice chewey and cold. substituted to white, somewhat better. service not friendly at all. not enough food for the price. Conclusion: will not come again
Siam Oishi is a great place to go on a date. It's not usually crowded so you can get a table away from others. The Sushi is great; I haven't had better in the area. The thai food is wonderful as well.
I went there for lunch my waiter was very nice, love thai food, till the waitress from hell come to my table and ruin my wonderfull lunch.
I went to Siam Oishi a few times when my favorite local Thai place was busy (weekends, long wait). Siam Oishi Thai food looks and tastes like the "tourist" version of Thai food they serve in Thailand to "farangs" (that's "foreigners"). It's neither particularly good nor terribly bad. It provides a short term "fix" when other options are unavailable. Service... More
I am part of a group that visits Siam Oishi every Friday night for sushi and we've never had a bad experience. Their staff is incredible and the food is out of this world!
DRY FOOD WARNING!!! My husband and i went there for our anniversary just yesterday on Nov 2nd 2012, the service was nice, but the fish and the Kitsu, (pork steak) was very dry and stiff. If that wasn't bad enough they forced a tip. a tip over 5.00 dollars on the recept. i thought that was sneaky. i would of... More
The grilled chicken salad is pretty good. Location is nice, you can sit outside and your only 1-2 miles from the beach.
Went because of the owner's education background but found nothing stood out compared to other sushi places. Just another average place.
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