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As the name suggests, Thaichi Street serves delicious authentic Thai and Chinese delicacies. A casual dining restaurant combined with chic interiors, eye-catchy wall paintings and cosy ambience gives this place a fun vibe to it. From their eclectic menu, you can try Yaki Gyoza Veg, Prawn Siu Mai, Manchow Soup, Singaporean Styled Silken Tofu, Exotic Veg in Hot Garlic Sauce, Shanghai Style Chicken with Bamboo Shots.
Thaichi is best Thai restaurant in I have ever been to. Every year when I visit India I make sure I go to Thaichi street. Each and every dish to die for.... absolute dream... staff is very polite and prompt service. I always look forward to going to Thaichi street ... top class food 👌🏻
Someone recommended Thai Chi (Baani Square), but also warned that their service is slow. We ordered Tom Yum soup and dim sums. Requested for wasabi sauce with the dim sums. The waiter confirmed the wasabi sauce would be served with the dim sums. Soup – average. 3 out of 5. Dim sums: (1) Had cockroaches walking around in the basket (2) The wasabi came after about 15 minutes of the dim sums being served (3) The dim sums were SO BAD, they can be thrown away. Felt we were eating stones, that’s how hard they were (4) The staff was least bothered (5) Asked for the Manager. It took 20 minutes for the gentleman (who’d taken the order) to come. He now claims he is the Manager (6) Total lack of concern Have read similar comments in various reviews about this restaurant. High time the management started addressing these issues.
Thaichi Kitchen is one of the best places to order food from! Their veg spring rolls are to die for. Even though I had ordered an ate them very late, they were still so flavour even after getting soggy. Chilli paneer - was a little sweet but delicious. Veg Hakka noodles - light and delicious and full of flavour. I ate them on its own. Veg fried rice- yummy in my tummy. Awesome food.
Best Thai food in Gurgoan!! Value for money. I will highly recommend this place for authentic Chinese & Thai cuisine.
This is a small eatery like most eateries in Baani square....it's got medium lit interiors & a bit quiet. We went randomly with a family of 4 and ordered - Thai Red Chicken Curry with Jasmine Rice, Chicken Hakka Noodles, Sliced Chicken in Hot Bean sauce, Veg. Hakka Noodles ....with Crispy Honey Chilli Chicken as a starter. Yeah, we are crazy for chicken !! I found the starter a bit dry to taste but it fill you up fast. They offer salted peanuts & jasmine tea as appetisers which is refreshing for a start. We liked all dishes - what stood out was Thai red curry for us. The portion size is good & we had to get some leftovers packed. Total bill came to Rs.1685/- The good practice is they don't add the usual 10% service charge like many restaurants do. Staff is warm & welcoming.
There aren’t many affordable restaurants in a city like Gurgaon. So when you come across one, bookmark it. They serve well at times when your cash flow is tight but you still crave for a hearty meal. We know of several pocket-friendly eateries like these where we usually go with families and friends during crunch days. Our hunt for budget-friendly dining took us to ‘Thaichi Street’, a casual oriental eatery tucked in the heart of snazzy Gurgaon city. Popular pick amongst the locals for great oriental food within budget, this eatery is a steal on those days when you don’t want to splurge much. You will find Thaichi Street ensconced in Baani Square, Sector 50, Gurgaon. The restaurant offers home delivery service as well, in case you want to order lunch from office.
The very likable menu at Thaichi Street is a combination of Thai and Chinese. Food is surprisingly authentic and hits all the right spots. A gourmet snob will find no room to complain. Variety is superb as well. You can easily order different things off their menu for months without repeating. Alcohol is not available here. Begin your lavish three-course meal at Thaichi Street with a plethora of starters. Yaki gyoza, honey chilli lotus stem, drums of heaven, prawn har gao, Thai rock fish, kongee crispy lamb, Balinese chicken satay, frilly prawn, Singaporean styled silken tofu and wasabi chicken dumplings, has our vote. For main course Thaichi Street kicks things up a notch with an exciting array of, veg dumplings in chilli coriander sauce, sliced lamb in ginger wine sauce, Shanghai style chicken with bamboo shoots, pla nung manao, nasi goreng, stir fry Chinese greens and panang curry.
Polish off the gravies with sticky rice, jasmine rice or chilly garlic noodles. The restaurant takes care of your sweet tooth with an assortment of exotic Asian desserts. We just adore, sesame toasted honey noodles with vanilla ice cream, apple fritters, coconut blossom with vanilla ice cream, fig & date pancake and fried ice cream spring roll. The humble sharp blue façade is striking on the eyes. The small dining room is used well and creatively to create maximum impact. The lovely Asian murals painted in red and blue colors takes a simple compact room to another level. Modern light fixture only adds to the style. Being a budget-friendly place, Thaichi Street is flooded by families around weekends. It’s recommended to book ahead.