Reviews on Thai food in Indialantic, Florida, United States. Coordinates: 28°05′16″N 80°34′08″W / 28.087861°N 80.568857°W / 28.087861; -80.568857
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4 based on 215 reviews
Brought the family 03/16/19 after driving down from Savannah. We love Thai food and I'm always looking for great tom yum goong soup. The soup here was good... not great, but good with nice taste and spice. Everything we all ordered was good. Nice and hot. Several of us had pad Thai with different 'meats' and heat. There is a choice to have pad Thai made with rice noodles or rice. All of us opted for the rice noodle pad Thai.My son in law had sushi (hosomaki combo) which is also available at Thai Thai II. A pretty substantial selection of sushi dishes, rolls and soups etc. There is also beer, sake and some house wines available The menu is much more extensive that what we had. For some reason we all seemed to want almost the same thing, which I am thankful for since I was picking up the bill and the pad Thai isn't all that expensive.
4 based on 25 reviews
Ate here for lunch today with family. Everyone including the kids left satisfied. Food was excellent and the service was top notch. Highly recommend giving this a taste and we will definitely make this a regular stop for lunch or dinner.
4 based on 50 reviews
Siam Orchid- Melbourne- 4 StarsRising like the proverbial Phoenix from the ashes of adversity, Siam Orchid has bounced back from their minor troubles in 2011 to, at this point, lead the pack of reviewed restaurants in best sushi place in Brevard County. Up till this point the leader has been the joint Beachside, however; two recent trips have been unsteady and have allowed Siam Orchid, at least in the Big Boy's mind, to take the lead. Siam Orchid has been at this location for over 18 years. The fish is exceedingly fresh and the service is always commendable. Generally speaking, in these Thai-sushi hybrid places there is somewhat of a language barrier between staff and customers. Not so here. I have been here three times since March 7, 2018 and I have had consistently good service and a great meal every time. What would truly tickle me is to see an Oriental-Asian speaking Hispanic server/chef. That would really impress me!Anyway, at this point you must be wondering what I ordered. As a dedicated Big Boy follower, you should know my baseline Sushi order is (drumroll): JB Roll, Spicy Tuna Handroll and a random specialty roll, which, in this case, was the Siam Orchid Roll. The latter is an amazing tempura style roll filled with shrimp, fresh water eel, spicy mayo, and asparagus inside with some fried snapper on top. This is delish!! The Hand roll was prepared perfectly with no unwelcomed surprises. The JB was a winner as well. Siam Orchid does get slammed at lunch, so if you are planning on following the Big Boy to Siam Orchid for lunch-- there will be a wait, but it's worth it. Big Boy says. "Go, go, go!"
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