Siam Noodle House by Just Thai

Presidents Ave. cor. Aguirre Ave., BF Homes, Parañaque, Metro Manila

Siam Noodle House by Just Thai
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Eboy D.
4.0 Stars

Siam Thai Noodle House by Just Thai is hidden behind the building complex, just follow the pebble pavement and you'll welcomed by a stone elephant by the doorway. A huge portrait carving and a cloth lantern are two of the prominent decors featured inside the restaurant. Air conditioning was cool. We arrived at around quarter to eight in the evening and there are two groups of diners inside. No music was being played and conversations are kept to a minimum. Only one server was present, he guided us to our seats, took our orders and attended to our needs. The place was kept clean and had good interiors. Lighting was a bit dim but not to a point of distraction.

We order the fried spring rolls, fried pork noodle soup, chicken noodle soup, pad thai and the banana with langka fritters. We had the Thai Milk tea for our drinks. The drinks were immediately served. The drink was refreshing and had the right amount of milk. Soup as requested was not too spicy. The noodles was packed with squid balls, a couple of ground meat balls, and the fried pork belly. The pork belly reminded me of the crisp liempo my Mom cooks at home. it had a clear crunch and was slightly caramelized on the edges. The pork melted in my mouth. Really good. Too bad it only had 5 thin slices of it on my bowl. The rice noodles was delicate and seeped all the broth goodness. I would not recommend the spring rolls though. It tasted tired and oily. By the looks of it, it was one spring roll sliced into ring sized serving. Not worth its price. The pad thai is good, it was savory and had a fairly good enough toppings of tofu, shrimps and bean sprouts.

The spring rolls i must say was served late. Apparently they forgot to forward our order in the kitchen. The spring rolls was served together with our dessert. For 75pesos, the one peso thick banana and langka rolls was laced with sugar syrup (arnibal) it would be nice if it came with a vanilla or green tea or any fruit ice cream scoop. Will order this again.

There is a bit of a wait but everything was good. If you want a private, intimate dining experience that won't break the bank, this is a good option here in the south. This restaurant is owned by the Pancake House franchisee from across the street.

Senior cards honored. Official receipt is issued upon request.

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Elaine O.
4.0 Stars

Chicken Noodle soup is so good, filling and satisfying. Chicken cooked well and never too dry. Broth is rich and they can adjust the spice level from mild to hot, with the mild being a true mild for those who can't handle spicy food.

Place is quite small, good for intimate dinner and small group. Staffs are friendly and know their menu well.  This place is a go to place whenever Thai craving knocks your stomach.

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Dennis O.
4.0 Stars

Rainy day like this is the best time for a hot bowl of soup. If you are into the ramen and you are looking for a light delicious flavor of noodle soup. I highly recommend you to try out Siam in BF Homes presidents ave. It is located near Contis and Starbucks. From the same people behind Just Thai. So expect good things. The place got a big signage and a narrow aisle going into it. The place has a homey thai kind of vibe. Interior was nice.

I ordered their best seller the Signature Beef Noodle soup(160php). It got the delicious light flavor of the beef. It reminded me of traditional beef soup that I grew up with. I really love the warm comforting flavor of the soup especially on this kind of rainy weather.

Other must try is the Shrimp Paste Surprise. I'll order this next time. 128522128077

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