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The spicy lemongrass beef at Tinley Park’s Siam Marina features lemongrass-marinated beef, sesame seeds, herbs, onion, garlic and honey, served with hot sauce and cucumber, along with mixed greens. Photos by Bill Jones/22nd Century Media
The pad ki mao — or drunken noodles — with chicken ($14) have long been a customer favorite at Siam Marina. They feature stir-fried flat rice noodles, carrots, bean sprouts, pea pods, basil, bamboo and eggs, flavored with a touch of exotic wine.
Bill Jones, Managing Editor
4:00 am CST December 2, 2019

As Siam Marina co-owner Tammy Pham hustles behind the bar alongside her husband and co-owner, Sam Chung, on a November evening during a Fall Harvest cocktail tasting, customers continually swing by to address her by name and thank her for their meals.

“They all know me,” Pham says with a laugh.