About this Business
- Indian, Thai, Chinese
- Lunch, Dinner
The food was excellent but I didn't expect to have to order at the counter and get my order there.
Very good place with great ambiance. Food was excellent.
would never go back -food and service is really bad.
Food is ok, it's self services place
I wouldn't recommend this to anyone. Bad service, bad food, quality has dropped a lot and the prices have gone up within the last 3 months. The food comes in installments. One person finishes the food, while the other person on your table receives his food late. Curries are without the meat pieces, bread comes after you are done with your entrees. This is frustrating. You pay for bad service and bad food.
Not pleased at all. I would not recommend. They need to improve their quality and hire more people. It looks busy, because they don't have enough staff. The food quality and taste has dropped a lot. What is the use of buying groupon if on the other side you raise the prices for everything within days. I am never going to buy a groupon for them, instead I'll eat at a proper restaurant. At least, I'll get a better quality for a better price.
From Our Editors
If the idea of a fast-casual Indian restaurant has you thinking about greasy, ghee-laden curries or over-salted stews, Thali express wants to change your mind. The eatery prides itself on crafting fresh Indian dishes fast, without sacrificing healthfulness. As a result, each curry, biryani, and batch of aloo puri is made using natural ingredients and fresh-milled spices, then served a la carte or on a platter with rice, vegetables, and fluffy naan.
Another thing that makes Thali Express stand out: its eye-catching array of Indian sweets. Available by the pound, the jewel-toned delicacies––which include coconut-flecked cham cham and cream-filled gulab jamun––look especially pretty when mixed-and-matched inside a box, displayed atop a cake plate, or blended into a smoothie.