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Siam Thai Cuisine

Siam Thai Cuisine brings new flair to an older shopping complex. It took over the spot once occupied by Peking on Hillcrest Road in Mobile.  Peking was more known by many of the locals for their Thai cuisine versus Chinese so I had high hopes.

The first thing I ordered was Thai tea. If you haven't had it before, it's a black tea with spices, sweetened with condensed milk and sometimes topped with cream. I think most restaurants use sugar and milk instead of the condensed milk. I would imagine it would be more cost effective. In any case, I liked this version a lot more than I thought I would. It is not as sweet as some restaurants. You can taste the tea flavor. I've always wondered about the orange color. Apparently, it was added to appeal to Western tastes, much like food coloring was added to boxed Mac and Cheese.

If you've been a reader of mine for any length of time (if you're new, WELCOME), you probably know I can not resist ordering an appetizer or in this case,…

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