The House of Siam is widely regarded as Boston's best Thai dining experience. Here are some reviews House of Siam has received in recent years.
"Despite what your chowhound friends tell you, its not true that the quality of an ethnic restaurant falls as its sanitation scores rise. And it"s certainly not the case at House of Siam, where cream-colored tablecloths, scarlet walls, and golden buddhas decorate the split level dining room. The curries are spiced to order (we like the massaman with shrimp), and the wine list is unusually thorough. Settle into a window seat and toast your chicken dang dang with a bottle of Veuve Clicquot."
- Boston Magazine, August 2006
"Everything's fresh at this friendly South End fave, with its stylish decor: the tom ka gai (chicken coconut soup), spicy garlic shrimp, fabulous dumplings, spring rolls and duck panang. Wonderfully attentive to detail, both in preparation and presentation (note the oragami carrots), House of Siam also has a wine list that, while short, is well thought out and boasts fine values under $20, including a Guigal Cotes de Rhone at $19.25."
- Boston Magazine, August 1999
"FOOD 25 DECOR 19 SERVICE 22 COST 22 The King would be proud upon entering this Thai go-to in the South End." - ZAGAT SURVEY 05-06
"The staff of this award winning Thai restaurant treat you like royalty and will cook any dish to order- just let them know how hot and spicy you like it. The shrimp in garlic-chilli-tamarind sauce is sensational- if you can handle the heat. Or sample the exotic flavors of pad thai, green curry chicken, vegetable basil or salmon choo chee. This place delivers in every sense of the word. Winner of Best of Boston 1998 and 1999."
- Boston University Magazine, September 2003