About Us

The Taste of Siam is a product of two great families, the DiNunzios and the Atchariyakorns.  The fusion began when Ralph DiNunzio married Jaeb Atchariyakorn. Soon these two hard working families learned they had a lot in common from their warm smiles to their accommodating natures, so they pulled resources and opened up what is fast becoming a go too destination for Thai food lovers.

The Atchariyakorn family culinary roots began right from Na-Chaleang, a small town in the Phetchabun province. The Phetchabun province and it’s rich, jungle soil is known as the home of Tamarind and great Thai cooking. Atchariyakorn matriarch Golden Skillet, Taste of Siam’s head chef, learned her skills and passion for cooking and eating great Thai food right from Na-Chaleang.  She learned there from her aunt; and her husband, son and daughter have all taken up the cause. Jo Atchariyakorn, who is also a chef at Taste of Siam, is a graduate of culinary arts at prestigious Johnson and Wales


Taste of Siam combines all the great flavors of tropical Thailand, from its varieties of vegetables, spices, and fruits. No matter how you like your Thai food, sweet, sour, salty, spicy, or all of the above, Taste of Siam is the place you need to go for traditional Thai cuisine.  And if you have a phobia to spices, take solace, at least half of the Taste of Siam menu is not spicy at all.  For those of you who love spicy Thai food, we say bring it on baby! At Taste of Siam you’ll find home style cooking made with a lot of love and no MSG. The menu combines traditional and creative Thai dishes, the portions are perfect for healthy appetites, and the ambiance is comfortable elegance.

Whether you’re with your family, your date, your boss or by your lonesome, Taste of Siam is the Thai Restaurant you’ve been looking for. And if you’re too tired to go out, just call and ask for takeout.  Taste of Siam is located in Stoneham, literally just 10 minutes north of Boston. When you come to Taste of Siam you always feel part of the family. And speaking of family, if you see an Italian family sitting at the big table, or two authentic Thai chefs in the kitchen, don’t forget to say hi and tell them their kids done good.