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Thai Restaurant ‘The Old Siam’ on Austin Street Closes

Jan. 16, 2018 By Tara Law

Forest Hills Asian fusion restaurant The Old Siam has closed.

The restaurant opened in 2013 at 69-12 Austin Street and was known for serving Thai noodle dishes such as pad Thai, stir fry, dumplings and Thai curry dishes.

On Jan. 11, the restaurant announced on Facebook that it was closing that day. The post thanked the restaurant’s customers for their support.

“Thank you for the countless smiles whether from our service or our food. – The Old Siam Family.”

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