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Introducing Tha Nahm Siam – Modern Thai Degustation at The Siam

January 17, 2018 Dining No Comments Email Email

Fans of The Siam’s famous Chon Thai restaurant now have the opportunity to explore a more nuanced, elaborate take on traditional Thai cuisine set against the stunning backdrop of Tha Nahm Siam – the restaurant’s new extension overlooking the Chao Phraya River. Helmed by veteran Chef Damri Muksombat, Tha Nahm Siam’s 9-course menu features dishes that are rooted in traditional Thai flavours, but prepared using modern techniques and exquisitely presented.

Starters are a decidedly spicy affair with a generous amount of bird’s eye chilli added to the Kao Kriab Wow – crispy, flame-charred rice crackers – accompanied with a savoury chicken dip; and Yum Takrai Hoishell – fresh Hokkaido Scallop enhanced by a touch of lemongrass and a colourful medley of edible flowers, fresh vegetables, to open the palate.

Food cooked over fiery charcoal is a staple of Thai cuisine, but at Tha Nahm Siam, traditional charcoal-grilled dishes are given a contemporary twist. Gaiyang – grilled chicken, is cooked sous vide prior and quickly flame-charred. The result is a dish that is smoky and aromatic, yet juicy and meltingly tender. Gae Ronghai, another Thai favourite, features top-grade New Zealand lamb complimented with Chef Damri’s very own secret blend of tangy e-sarn sauce.

Nua San See Klong features eight hour sous vide Australian short rib, pan-seared to order with a fragrant mix of spices and herbs. See Klong Moo Toon is a dish of a sweet and sticky four-hour slow cooked longan honey pork rib that is best eaten with hands as it effortlessly falls off the bone. 

The fish courses are also something to look forward to; Plahima Neung is deep sea snow fish steamed with savoury sweet soy, and the Tom Yum Pla Salmon is a fresh Norwegian salmon steak, seasoned with slivers of dehydrated lemongrass, kaffir lime leaves, galangal and chilli peppers with an extra splash of lime juice to cut through the heat.

Finally, end the night with Itim Khao Hom Mali – a dessert of creamy and fragrant jasmine rice ice cream that is at once comforting and refreshing. Perfect as you watch the lights come on, and boats glide down the beautiful pier.

Each dish at Tha Nahm Siam is a labour of love, prepared with care and heart, served with dedicated Thai hospitality. The 9-course dinner on the pier starts at 7.30pm every Wednesday and Saturday night. Dinner is available at THB2,900++ and THB 4,700++ with wine pairing (4 glasses of wine). Seats are limited.

To make a reservation, please call: +66 2 206 6999 or email:

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