Silom Soi Song Thai Restaurant

Silom Soi Song Thai Restaurant
Silom Soi Song Thai Restaurant

If you are walking along Oxford St in Sydney’s electric suburbs of Darlinghurst, you may have walked past Silom Soi Song without even knowing it. This Thai restaurant is one of those places, where you say to yourself “looks busy, I’ll check it out later”, and slowly but surely, I did.

It was an intimate dinner with like-minded food & lifestyle bloggers whom I can call ‘great friends’. Arlang, the owner of the restaurant was ever so polite, he not only made us feel special but the entire restaurant received some of that love too.

The interior is quite busy and a little confusing, maybe that’s its charm? I do enjoy traditional Thai food having recently been to Bangkok and Pattaya. I was looking for the same experience here.

On the table this evening we got to explore a few dishes and to note majority of its wine are sourced through direct with the cellar door.

Tiny bites

Golden Bags, crispy fried pastry filled with chicken and vegetables served with the traditional sauce.  (4 Pieces) $9.90. Paired with a glass of Garfish Moscato, light apricot, peaches and melon characters.

Soft Shell Crab, marinated soft shell crab served with apple & radish shavings, lettuce and coriander blended with light sweet chili sauce.  $16. Paired with Shell Bay Sauvignon Blanc Semillon, crisp citrus and tropical fruit flavours.

Main dishes

Gai Yang, roasted marinated chicken with hints of spices and lemon, served with Jam-Jaew dipping sauce.  $18.50. Paired with Stoneleigh Sauvignon Blanc, passionfruit characters with a crisp finish.

Moreton Bay Bug, stir-fried with a delicious tamarind sauce. $35. Paired with Stonefish Merlot, juicy plum and earthy overtones.

Green apple beef salad, marinated beef slices tossed with mint, coriander leaves, shallots, red onions together with chilli-lime dressing, sprinkled with fried onions.  $18.50. Paired with Stonefish Cabernet Sauvignon, a dry red wine with distinctive earthy blackcurrant and chocolate characters.

Massaman Lamb, chunky tender lamb shank stewed in sweet curry paste with potatoes, peanuts and onion. Cooked for 6 hours to reach perfection.  $26. Paired with Stonefish Shiraz, red berries and spics interwoven with oak, a full bodied with a soft palate.

Room for dessert

Fried Ice Cream, wrapped in a thin filo pastry with a creamy vanilla centre.

Well, it was a delicious night out and plenty of food and wine to sample. I did enjoy the food and I look forward to returning back for a casual night out with other friends.

What was your favourite dish at Silom Soi Song?

Silom Soi Song
139 Oxford St, Darlinghurst NSW 2000
+61 2 9331 3935

[ngg_images source=”galleries” container_ids=”227″ sortorder=”1729,1728,1727,1726,1725,1724,1723,1722,1721,1720″ display_type=”photocrati-nextgen_basic_thumbnails” override_thumbnail_settings=”0″ thumbnail_width=”240″ thumbnail_height=”160″ thumbnail_crop=”1″ images_per_page=”20″ number_of_columns=”0″ ajax_pagination=”0″ show_all_in_lightbox=”0″ use_imagebrowser_effect=”0″ show_slideshow_link=”1″ slideshow_link_text=”[Show slideshow]” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″]


Comments are closed.