Siam Pung

West End

Bringing traditional Thai treats from the street stalls of Bangkok to the streets of Brisbane's West End is Siam Pung

Seating inside restaurant with Siam Pung logo on wall covered in astroturf

Together with sibling Siam Samrarn Thai restaurant, Siam Pung bookends the  entrance to The Markets Shopping Centre.Inside the cafe, customers can find a cosy corner or venture onto the covered patio decked out with rattan chairs, timber tables and water feature. 

Siam Pung West End's pastries on plate

Not your ordinary dessert restaurant, Siam Pung specialises in sweet snacks like coconut rice cakes filled with sweet corn, taro and shallots, pancake rolls with pandan coconut custard or pork mince filling, deep fried breadsticks or steamed bread with pandan custard and pork congee (rice porridge). 

Siam Pung West End milkshake and straw

As well as authentic Thai coffee, you'll find fresh juices, frappes and bubble teas in a variety of flavours:  coconut, strawberry, banana, lychee, lime, peach, plum, mango and more.

by Deb Lidster

Siam Pung

79 Boundary St

West End

Daily 7-late

Map

79 Boundary St South Brisbane

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