119 Lost Creek Lane
Telluride, CO 81435Neighborhood:
AsianPrice: $30 and under
- Dining Style: Casual Dining
- Website: http://www.innatlostcreek.com/dining/siams-talay-grille
- Phone: 9707286293
- Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Monday - Sunday: 5:00pm - 9:00pm
Breakfast: Monday - Sunday: 7:30am -10:00am
- Payment Options:
- Cuisine: Seafood, Asian
- Dress Code: Business Casual
- Accepts Walk-Ins: Yes
A word from Talay Grille
One of the most popular restaurants in either town is Siam Telluride and the founder of Siam, Jeff Badger, brings his talents to the Inn at Lost Creek. Siam’s Talay Grille at the Inn is an Asian Seafood Restaurant that also features the most popular of Thai appetizers from Siam Telluride. Jeff and his team focus on using the freshest ingredients including fresh fish flown in daily plus a focus on providing exceptional service.Continued
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Talay Grille reviews from OpenTable diners
12 reviews since May 24, 2014
- Ambiance3.8Noise LevelModerate
fit for foodies (6)neighborhood gem (6)good for groups (5)scenic view (4)great for outdoor dining (3)great for lunch (1)late-night find (1)notable wine list (1)romantic (1)special occasion (1)Show More
- WapIIVIPDined on 9/16/2014We didn't even eat. They had cut back the menu for the off season so much my wife, who is gluten free, couldn't find any thing to order. We got up and left.
- Delightful Dining ExperienceTheDiningShrinkDined on 9/13/2014A unique Thai dining experience in a relatively remote mountain village. Excellent service with attention to detail. Food beautifully prepared and presented. My favorite entree is the softshell crab salad.Special Features:
- Mango & Sticky RiceKathiRDined on 8/30/2014I've had mango & sticky rice all over the world and theirs is the best.Special Features:
- Great food but get a sunshadeKathiRDined on 7/5/2014A wonderful dinner was spoiled by the fact that a very large window needs a sunscreen. It was blinding if your chaired faced the window and there is only so many people that you can put on one side of a table to compensate. This is the same problem that the restaurant has had since it opened almost a year ago. GET A SUNSHADE!!!Special Features:
- Nice dining experienceBoucheDined on 6/15/2014Everything was great except for early evening summer setting sun. They need some shades to block the strong sunlight at sunset.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- The following 18 reviews are from the Talay Grille reviews archive.
- delicious surprise in the villageSandNVIPDined on 3/26/2014What a wonderful addition to the mountain village restaurant repertoire. The menu is a combination of eclectic asian dishes. One could just order a lot of appetizers and have a delicious tapas evening (steamed buns were especially delicious, and the lettuce wraps and hand rolls were also very good), but the fish specials really need to be considered. The fish is incredibly fresh (it is flown in daily, and the specials change accordingly), and expertly prepared. Flavors were well balanced and didn't overwhelm each other. The staff was friendly and enthusiastic. Very nice ambiance as well, with subtle live music provided by a singer/guitar player, but not loud at all. We wanted to go back the next day!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Thoroughly DisappointedOpenTable Diner Since 2014Dined on 3/18/2014OVERVIEW: Thoroughly disappointed. A lot of things on the menu were hit and miss, and even the best things I tasted were pretty mediocre. The slow service, high price, and attempt at fusion food definitely missed the mark. THE APPETIZERS: The hand rolls are pretty hit and miss. I had ordered a salmon hand roll, and I swear the chef forgot the sauce. The pate and the crispy duck hand rolls were pretty good. The gwa pao were pretty good, pretty standard. Food being overly salty was a pretty common thread throughout the night. THE ENTREES: Pretty hit and miss as well. My lobster tail came with a pretty great butter sauce but it did tend to overpower the delicate flavor of the lobster. My father and family friend had overcooked proteins.Special Features:
- Love this place. There areOpenTable Diner Since 2006Dined on 3/14/2014Love this place. There are so many great restaurants in Telluride, but this place was so unique and special. We love Siam in Telluride (same owner) but this is not like a traditional Thai restaurant. We specifically came for fish since we dined on Friday during lent. So many choices. Everything super fresh with great use of Thai seasonings and sauces without being heavy. If we had come here earlier in our trip, we might have been inclined to eat here every day since there were so many things on the menu we wanted to try. That said, since there were so many tapas and small taste options, a person could graze their way through the menu. Our server was exceptionally knowledgeable on the menu and we enjoyed speaking with the owner.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Siam Talay a gem in TElluridesf18Dined on 3/13/2014Wonderful experience at Siam Talay. Soup fantastic, as was the hamachi with brown butter glaze. Also liked rice buns. Enhanced by excellent service and a truly wonderful classic guitar player who was gracious enough to let our son open mike for a few originals. We had a fine time there and will go back on our next visit to Telluride.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Good Food in Mountain VillageRisingstockDined on 3/12/2014We had a great meal...Sill, Siam in the town of Telluride is our favorite.
- Excellent!UWIS66Dined on 3/3/2014Great addition to Mountain View. Creative, flavorful food. Nice ambiance. Attentive service. Best of all, it's priced right!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- The only gripe we had wasImaskierDined on 2/28/2014The only gripe we had was the long wait for our food. We were seated about 7:15 and were served shortly after 9:00. The fault lies with the kitchen and not the waiter. Other than that it has great ambiance and decorations. I would call it elegant. We were a party of nine and I thought the $360.00 was reasonable.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Great food! Very surprisedOpenTable Diner Since 2010Dined on 2/27/2014Great food! Very surprised to find such great fish in the mountains. We are from Hawaii, I had the swordfish and it was excellent. Drinks were unique fun and very tasty too. Jeff the owner came by and spent a ton of time cheating with us as well. First class, thanks so much!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Too Froo Froo For UsG8rbitDined on 2/20/2014At risk of being the only one to cast a dissenting view, Oof! If you're looking for something different, and by different I mean Way Out There, this is your place. Located at the Inn at Lost Creek (Mountain Village), this is a small restaurant with an Asian influence. We found the food to be nothing short of bizarre and rather unsatisfying. We love food from all over and are always eager to try a new cuisine but this was way off the mark. We understand the chef has a 'great' restaurant in Telluride but were disinclined to try it after this experience. That said, the place seems to be full most of the time, so it must appeal to some.Special Features:
- Great to have an excellentOpenTable Diner Since 2009Dined on 2/15/2014Great to have an excellent option up in the Mountain village. Food was great and the service friendly and helpful.Special Features:
- Another Siam hit!TellufoodieVIPDined on 1/3/2014Different from the in town Siam, but some of the same favorites and lots of new offerings -- especially a nice fresh fish selection -- Siam Talay is a culinary delight. And the fact that they take reservations at this warm-feeling locale in Mountain Village makes it a Telluride winner.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Another Siam WinnerNoyesFamDined on 1/1/2014We have been long time favorites of Jeff Badger's Siam in Telluride and Siam Talay is another winner.However, we like the differences---being able to reserve in advance, the beautiful, sleek upscale atmosphere and the ability to order a wide variety of fresh seafood. Every fish entrée we had was cooked to perfection with a great sauce recommended by our waiter, Graham, I had the yellow fin tuna, sushi grade rare with the light wasabi sauce. My daughter enjoyed the lobster tail and my husband's scallops were grilled just the way he liked. We tried several appetizers which are similar to those of Siam Telluride. So glad there is a wonderful option for great Siam dining closer to our home in Mountain Village!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Great food, needs fine tuninggcraigVIPDined on 1/1/2014Very glad to see these folks branching out to the Mountain Village. Have been a Siam fan for years and Siam Talay is a great expansion. We had dinner for four early on a very busy holiday week night. The kitchen got backed up quickly and some tables around us got unnecessarily grumbly but we didn't mind and our waiter had warned us. The food was totally worth waiting for. Steamed buns were delicious and my tempura crab was excellent. The menu is interesting and eclectic. For grumpy impatient holiday visitors a suggestion; relax, you are on vacation, dude.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Good food bad serviceColoradoskiDined on 12/31/2013Our waiter was running around frantic, giving the impression he hasn't served people before. for being a small restaurant , the service was slow. for example i ordered a whiskey neat and it took 15 minutes to get to the table. It was my birthday and I just got engaged so I wanted to have a nice dinner. The restaraunt called and told me they over booked and was placing us at the bar. this is the type Of things they need to fix if they want to be succesful. Another annoying thing that happened was my fiancé ordered there Thai mint alcoholic drink, the waiter informed us they were running low on mint an could not make one.....really? Needless to say I will not be returning. Go downtown to the real Siam it's much better.
- No goldilocksGoldilocksDined on 12/31/2013We enjoyed our first visit to the Tallay Siam in the mountain Village. They were very busy as it was New Year's Eve but they handled the crowd professionally. The food was very good. The menu and atmosphere are very different from the original Siam in the town of Telluride and a welcomed alternative. Menu offers both fresh seafood entrees and a large selection of rolls and steamed buns that can be mixed and matched to create your meal. The buns and rolls are not shareable sized as our waitress pointed out.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Very good food, service needs workKBarMVIPDined on 12/30/2013Interesting and tasty food. Holiday week crowds really stressed the servers.
- Need to work on service levelKringrosVIPDined on 12/28/2013Food was great although the service was terrible. We had our app before our drinks.
- Great Telluride dinner!KellyDined on 12/25/2013The soups are absolutely delicious and great meal for groups to share the delicious Asian food!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.