THALI is an innovative restaurant in New Haven whose chef, Prasad Chirnomula, is determined to change the way you think about Indian food. Dishes come ... More
Thali Regional Cuisine of India - New Haven
THALI is an innovative restaurant in New Haven whose chef, Prasad Chirnomula, is determined to change the way you think about Indian food. Dishes come from all over India. Rated excellent by The New York Times. The service is gracious and careful, with an eye toward educating the clientele. Eating at Thali is like taking a crash course in the diversity of Indian cuisines , and it is tremendous fun. As good as the food is here, the desserts stand out. Roomy and well lit, with comfortable, attractive chairs. Lounge has low tables for more intimate seating. THE SPACE Roomy and well lit, with comfortable, attractive chairs. Lounge has low tables for more intimate seating. Wheelchair access. THE CROWD Quiet, urban, a little dressy. THE BAR Full bar and well-priced wine list with great choice of Austrian, German and Alsatian whites that are excellent with spicy food; appealing selection of specialty cocktails.
Very nice. I am not necessarily the biggest fan of Indian food, but this was really outstanding. Curry at Thali was amazing. The restaurant's interior design isn't quite what I like (a bit too modern, and slightly cold), and they should really do something with their A/C, as it was freezing, but despite all that, I had a great time and the food was incredible.
I went to this restaurant for Valentine's Day with my husband by far the Best Restaurant ever, It was a surprise and I love every bit of it, I can't wait to go again, the staff,the food and the restaurant was beyond five stars. I loved it.
We (four of us) went for Sunday brunch on June 24, 2007 in New Haven CT. We have been to many different restaurants with Indian couisine (as I have been living in USA for 50 years) but this one is the best in all respects. Food, service and overall. Price is very reasonable as regards what they offer. There were 6 different desserts. The bath rooms were big, very clean with wheel chair access. There were ten different hot items plus lot of odours, masala dosa freshly made in front of us and chat.
Chairs were not crowded.
I recommend it to all.
Dr. Jaspal Singh Mayell Stamford, CT USA