Sam Thai Restaurant in Southport – Food Review.
Here is my food review following my first visit to Sam Thai Restaurant, which is on the famous Lord Street, Southport town centre (near The Monument).
I was impressed with and reassured by the warm greeting and delightful service at this attractive lioght and airy venue.
I had Sam Spicy Fried Rice with beef (£9.95) which was a generous portion and had a fresh chili kick running throughout.
This spicy dish was balanced with a creamy and smooth Sam Thai Crispy Noodle Curry with chicken (£9.50)
This is Sam’s version of the legendary northern Thai dish of Khao Soi (if you know, you know!)
Soft noodles at the base, and crispy noodles on top of creamy coconut sauce. Mmmmm.
The quality and leaness of the meat on both these dishes was impressive and made me feel I was getting excellent value for money.
My dining companion had a King Prawn Massamun Curry (£9.95) and gave it a massive thumbs up.
It’s always nice to accompany a Thai meal with a pint of draft Singha beer. (£5.95)
Highly recommended for a tasty Thai treat when you are in Southport town centre. If only I was staring out onto Sukhumvit Road in Bangkok, rather than Lord Street!
Pro tip: Sam came out to speak to us after the meal and explained he could cook almost any Thai dish, so if you don’t see what you want on the menu, just ask!
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