When we want to spend quality time together but nobody wants to ccok, we head over to Kunya Siam! I love their soups and broths and our youngest even loves the diverse menu!
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Spicy so pay attention! We didn't but the owner(?) or hostess gave us rice no extra charge & the food was delicious!
We were in the area and were in the mood for oriental food so we Yelped and this restaurant came up; we are quite happy!!! The ambience, décor and service were enjoyable, welcoming and friendly. The waitress was very personable and offered her recommendations; my...More
Food is reasonably priced and the staff is very courteous and professional. It's a small venue and gets busy on the weekends so I would recommend making reservations.
No you're not eating the real deal here as I'm some places in NYC, but you're getting an authentic slice of Thailand in this unassuming restaurant. Their app Pok Mor is except. A special short rib was a gigantic bone (aka long rib) which was...More
This is a great, well priced, blob, Thai restaurant. the owners are from Thailand and very proud of their heritage. They have even put on special dances and celebrations for some Thai holidays, such a treat. Food is also fresh and tastes great.
We came here for dinner around 7pm on a Saturday, which was a particularly busy time. The service was fairly punctual, though my starter (veg dumplings) took longer than expected to arrive. I wasn't disappointed when it did, though! The soy sauce was one of...More
From the friendly service to the amazing food, Kunya Siam is the best restaurant in Atlantic Highlands. This is authentic Thai Food, which can be made at the spice level of your choosing (from no spice to four-star spicy). They have different levels of heat...More
I guess you'd consider it traditional Thai food, but how would I know, but it was tasty. I had a simple chicken and rice dish with a soup appetizer. Along with the meal I had Thai tea.I'd give the place a positive rating, you won't...More