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Siam Serves Pan-Asian Cuisine in the Grove 

Indeed, the scene at Siam doesn’t exactly scream “restaurant” (unless that’s the safe word), but owners Steven Preston and Ron Bray are challenging diners to think differently. When the two acquired the former Novak’s space, they had a choice — either reopen as just another Grove gay bar or try something new. They created Siam to be equal parts restaurant, bar and nightclub, inviting diners to partake of its “elevated comfort food.”

Keep reading: Cheryl Baehr's review of Siam.

Photos by Jennifer Silverberg for the Riverfront Times.
The "Joy" roll is a spicy tuna mix with cucumber, cream cheese, and masago, and it's topped with a fresh slice of salmon.
What specials are cooking at Siam.
Korean Fried Chicken "KFC" is Korean-style fried chicken wings, sweet soy reduction and Siam sauce.
Siam's bar.
Siam's "Martini" roll is filled with thite tuna, Japanese tilapia, asparagus, carrots, avocado, and cream cheese, and it's served atop red and black flying risk roe.
Siam's outdoor patio.
Executive chef Tyler Davis, sushi chef Nanda Nyunt and cook Brian Barnes.
The "Sea Dragon" roll brings fried shrimp tempura, avocado and Japanese mayo. It's all topped with red tuna, white tuna, radish sprouts, masago crumbs, eel sauce and spicy mayo.
A peek into the kitchen.
Siam's outdoor patio.
The seaweed salad is made with wakame, nori, agar, daikon and sesame vinaigrette.
Siam's outdoor patio.
This pan-seared scallop is served with edamame puree, crispy shiitake mushroom and nori butter.
Siam's bar.
The "tuna tataki" is a melage of seared ahi tuna, tomato, cucumber, daikon, mango and wasabi.
Siam's dining room.
Onigiri of tea-smoked salmon, teriyaki sauce, fried rice ball and spring onion.
Siam's outdoor patio.
Siam's outdoor patio.
This pan-seared scallop is served with edamame puree, crispy shiitake mushroom and nori butter.
Siam's dining room.
What specials are cooking at Siam.
Chocolate-Matcha Entremet: chocolate mousse, matcha dacquoise, black-sesame sponge cake, chocolate ganache.
Outside Siam.
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The "Joy" roll is a spicy tuna mix with cucumber, cream cheese, and masago, and it's topped with a fresh slice of salmon.
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