Relax, refresh and rejuvenate at Silom Soi Song, a Thai dining establishment specialising in enchanting dishes made as they are in Bangkok. This beautiful Thai restaurant has established itself in the local dining scene as one of the city’s best, and the gorgeous ambience and welcoming atmosphere inside the restaurant brings diners back again and again. Situated on Oxford Street just moments from Museum station, Silom Soi Song is a superb choice for any dining occasion.
Great very attentive, and friendly/personable staff. Food is amazing. Great and comprehensive Starter choice. Staff made suggestions of what to order and they were absolutely delicious. What a find!
The chicken green curry had the fresh ingredients and spice you would expect or hope for, and the flavour was the best I had experienced in the city area. The vegetable dish was equally as enjoyable, with the smoky, crisp ingredients a welcome change from what is usually received from other restaurants, that being soggy flavourless portions. Both our curry and vegetable dishes were much enjoyed and we will be sure to return soon.
Silom Soi Song is the best kept secret. The food and service is phenomenal in every way. It is always exceptional. I never have to worry about bringing people I care about there, because I always know that everything will be incredible.
The open, inviting feeling at Silom Soi Song has made it one of Sydney’s most talked-about locations to dine on traditional Thai cuisine. From inside the dining area’s calming, tranquil atmosphere, you can observe as the chefs whip up your selection from scratch inside the restaurant’s state-of-the-art open kitchen while you sip on a sophisticated cocktail or snack on an appetiser. With opening hours every day of the week, Silom Soi Song on Darlinghurst’s Oxford Street makes it easy to visit often.
At Silom Soi Song in Darlinghurst you’ll be met with a wide range of Thai dishes including soups, salads, entrees, curries, stir-fries, seafood dishes and desserts. To begin your meal, going for an order of curry puffs or satay chicken is a smart move before deciding on a soup or skipping ahead to the main courses. From pad Thai chicken to massaman lamb, you’ll be spoilt for choice when dining at Silom Soi Song – we recommend the tamarind prawns or the chicken cashew nut stir fry if you’re a first-time diner. Because of the restaurant’s popularity among Sydney’s Thai food lovers, booking ahead is the best way to dine at Silom Soi Song without a wait.