THAI FOOD, while undeniably delectable, is tedious to create, as you must take into account the varieties of flavour, texture, and appearance. Sea Siam pays careful attention to the details, constructing tasty dishes made with ingredients of freshness and quality.

The Nanongkhai family has had over two decades of being in the restaurant trade, owning two restaurants in California (1992-2006) before starting anew in Keller, Texas (2007). They strive to make Sea Siam the epitome of exceptional service, mouth-watering food, and an overall superb experience.

Sea Siam endeavors to create unforgettable dining experiences for those new and invested to Thai food. While the family is reluctant to publicize, they feel that a customer’s recommendation is worth much more than any advertisement. Help keep all small businesses running by suggesting them to your friends!

 

MEET THE TEAM

 

EDDIE

HEAD CHEF, MANAGER, OWNER

The gentleman behind all the tasty concoctions is Eddie. If you’ve been there long enough, you may be able to see the elusive grand chef. After he graduated from law school in Thailand, he moved to the U.S. in search of a better life. Never transferring his degree, he eventually met Jam and started a family as well as a successful restaurant business in Huntington Beach, California in 1992. Their Texas location was established at the start of 2007.

JaM

HOSTESS, WAITRESS, MANAGER, OWNER

Jam, the mother figure in this mom-‘n’-pop affair, is the constantly running tempest of the family. She is the ever-smiling face of Sea Siam, and she very much embodies the no-idle-hands ethic. Critics commend her, deeming her the customer service queen, with the memory of an elephant. She rarely forgets a face, name, or order.
 

 

TANYA & TARA

WAITERS OR "THE KIDS"

Tanya (also known as Tofu) and Tara (Oak)—Jam and Eddie’s daughter and son—have also taken part in working at the restaurant, hoping to improve and expand the family business in the future. For now, they work a few select days and “focus on schoolwork!” instead.