West Hills Little Siam
For those who love Thai food, West Hills Little Siam is the place to go. This restaurant offers a delicious variety of authentic dishes, all of which are sure to please. From noodles and rice to meats and vegetables, there is something for everyone at West Hills Little Siam. And for those who want a truly unique experience, the West Hills Restaurant also offers a specialties menu featuring items such as shark fin soup and abalone. No matter what you’re in the mood for, you’re sure to find it at West Hills Little Siam. So come on down and enjoy a taste of the orient!
As soon as you step into Little Siam, you’ll be transported to Thailand. The authentic decor and cuisine create an atmosphere that is both exciting and relaxing. You can enjoy a delicious meal while surrounded by beautiful Thai art and architecture. The friendly staff will make you feel right at home, and you’ll be sure to have an unforgettable experience.
- Mon-Sat 10:30am-10pm
- Sunday 11am-10pm
- Curbside pickup
- No-contact delivery
West Hills Little Siam Restaurant Google Reviews
“One of the Hidden Gems in the Valley. This Thai Food Restaurant is excellent for dine in or take out. I highly recommend this location for its great fast service and quality food. If you ever need a dinner idea, you should come by here and make a pick up order.”
“I’m new to this town and I just found my favorite thai place! Tom yum soup and yum woon sen are my favorite thai food and this place made it so right. So delicious and fresh. Waitress is super nice too.”
“Favorite Thai restaurant in San Fernando Valley. Worth driving past others to get to. My wife particularly likes the veggies and shrimp. My daughter and I usually get curry. Dinning in is better than take out.”
“There are very few Thai food restaurants in the Valley that are decent. Little Siam is definitely one of the best. Their service and quality is 5 stars. Always busy which is a good sign. Their Pad Thai and kee mao talay are my favs. Call or order online for faster take out. Weekends might be busier but worth the wait.”