Thai food might not be as prominent in Sheffield as the ubiquitous curry houses of the city, but if you’re in the mood for something spicy and something a little bit different, then head to Al Siam Thai Restaurant on Ecclesall Road. They offer a menu that is perfect for those who have never tried Thai food before and for connoisseurs, with a repertoire of classics and house specialities that can keep everyone happy. Broomhall is one of the best areas to eat out in Sheffield and All Siam Thai Restaurant is one of the strongest strings in its bow, so take a few friends along for a Thai feast. Do make sure that you reserve ahead of time, however, as they have been known to get crowded on occasion – you wouldn’t want to miss out!
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Was really good. Best Thai in Sheffield. Would definitely recommend.
Excellent meal for Four, nicely presented, very tasty and would return.
There is an increasing awareness of Thai cuisine in the UK – more and more people have taken the backpacker trail to Bangkok, and experienced the spicy specialities for themselves – and thus the restaurants that cook it continue to proliferate across the country. The title of best Thai restaurant in Sheffield is hotly contested, and All Siam Thai Restaurant in Broomhall put up one of the most convincing arguments, with a menu that encapsulates all that is good about Thai cuisine. Book a table and make a move over to Ecclesall Road to find out what they have to offer.
What they serve up at All Siam is a little bit special, so let us talk you through a little bit of their menu. The soups include the classics of Tom Yum, hot and spicy with prawns and mushrooms and Tom Kha, with chicken and coconut milk, and their curries take in the real big hitters of Thai cuisine. There is red curry with duck and sweet basil, green curry with chicken or beef and Thai aubergines, Massaman curry with peanut and potato or Jungle curry with chicken and real fire. This is only an introduction to the Thai delights on offer at All Siam – to discover the full story, you’ll have to pay them a visit. Book a table now.