the food was good, the attendance was okay, we had a good time, but I would not go there again, one time experience enough
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We came here for dinner on our first night in LA because it was literally the first place we found from our apartment. We expected the worst because we'd out so little effort into finding somewhere and were pleasantly surprised. The beef dish that I...More
Visited Talesai at Studio City for a lunch mid week. The restaurant was not very busy as we arrived early but the early wonderul attentative service continued throughout the meal. The owner provided a wonderful range of suggestions for both starters and mains. The five...More
Food here is amazing. Very flavorful. Service was prompt. Waiter was very nice. Only the noise level was a bit much.
I last visited this place about 5 years ago, and kept a great memory of the food eaten here. However, on a recent visit again to LA, decided to revisit this once great place to eat Thai cuisine. However my romantic memories of this place...More
For years and years whenever we visited Los Angeles we went to Talesai, an oasis of calm and sophistication paired with exemplary, refined Thai food. That Talesai is no more. What exists now is Night+Market, a down-market place run by the adult children of the...More
Not your typical thai food. Very salty and portions are small. Try it once to see what the hype is about. Do not order your typical thai food here since you will be disappointed.
We decided last minute to go out for Thai on our recent trip to LA. This turned out to be one of our best meals of the trip. The Chicken Curry was amazing!
We enjoy Thai food in Washington, DC, but had no sooner sat to eat at Talesai than we realized we had discovered a new favorite. Really two restaurants (Thai street cafe on the other side of the central bar), we ate in the darker, moody...More
I've been looking for a place that serves a good seafood fried rice with fish sauce and Thai chili peppers on the side that tastes like the ones I'd had on the streets of Chiang Mai and Bangkok. Forget Thai town on Hollywood Ave., Talesai...More