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Siam Lotus

The Moreno family shares dishes at Siam Lotus

The Moreno family shares dishes at Siam Lotus Thai restaurant in Bay Shore. (Jan. 10, 2011) Photo Credit: Doug Young


Tropical tastes Escape to Thailand via your palate at this long-standing Long Island favorite. A beautiful layering of flavors characterizes the shrimp hot and sour soup. Duck salad is rife with nuances, as is the sauté of squid, shrimp and scallops with chili sauce, vegetables and basil. --Joan Reminick

Owner Danny Poomchonghko checks on a table at
Photo Credit: Photo by Doug Young

Owner Danny Poomchonghko checks on a table at Siam Lotus Thai restaurant in Bay Shore. (Jan. 10, 2011)

Chef and co owner Jeannie Poomchonghko prepares an
Photo Credit: Photo by Doug Young

Chef and co owner Jeannie Poomchonghko prepares an order of squid, shrimp and scallops at Siam Lotus Thai restaurant in Bay Shore. (Jan. 10, 2011)

The Moreno family shares dishes at Siam Lotus
Photo Credit: Doug Young

The Moreno family shares dishes at Siam Lotus Thai restaurant in Bay Shore. (Jan. 10, 2011)

Gabe Moreno plates some pad Thai noodles for
Photo Credit: Photo by Doug Young

Gabe Moreno plates some pad Thai noodles for his wife Siri and daughter Meela at Siam Lotus Thai restaurant in Bay Shore. (Jan. 10, 2011)

Squid, shrimp and scallops are prepared with chili
Photo Credit: Doug Young

Squid, shrimp and scallops are prepared with chili sauce and basil at Siam Lotus Thai restaurant in Bay Shore. (Jan. 10, 2011)

Spicy shrimp soup known as Tom Yum Goong
Photo Credit: Photo by Doug Young

Spicy shrimp soup known as Tom Yum Goong is served at Siam Lotus Thai restaurant in Bay Shore. (Jan. 10, 2011)

Duck salad know as Yum Ped Yang is
Photo Credit: Photo by Doug Young

Duck salad know as Yum Ped Yang is prepared with pinapple, cashew nuts, barbecued duck, chili peppers and green apple at Siam Lotus Thai restaurant in Bay Shore. (Jan. 10, 2011)

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