Join Us at Thalia with a fabulous tree course menu with complimentary glass of champagne for $65 PP.
Starter= Salmon tartar Or oyster Rockefeller, Or Fresh Lobster salad
Entree = Homemade Seafood Ravioli, Or Slow baked red snapper, Or Grilled lamb chops Dessert= Home Made Red Velvet
Wednesday, February 14, 2018
I ordered crab cake sandwich, and it was very flat (literally), and way too much filler instead of crab. I couldn't even taste the crab! The absolute worst crab cake I've ever had! Period. The fries that came with it were clearly not fresh as they were hard, and most likely reheated after it was sitting around for a while. The waiter was nice enough, but not all that attentive. He mostly tried to sell us the unlimited 90 minute drinks for $20. The glasses we had were not washed properly, and though it was pretty empty inside, my party of 2 was sat in the middle of a bunch of people. It was weird to see all of these empty seats and still be on top of each other. I know this is a restaurant for theater goers and (primarily) tourists, and I knew the food would be subpar, but I basically got served cafeteria food. Native NYers would like someplace close/decent to go to before a show, and this place is sorely lacking. It COULD be SO much better...if the chef/owners cared more about the food and quality. McDonalds would've been more satisfying. The only nice things were the quiet noise level and restaurant decor. That's it!
This was an unfortunate visit to Thalia. Whenever we go to the city we try to visit this restaurant but our Sunday brunch was nowhere near as good as it has been in the past. We were greeted and seated promptly which was very nice. We ordered our complimentary cocktails that come with the brunch and about 10 minutes later the waiter returned to say the bar was busy so could we place our order and then he would go and get our drinks. They were only four tables taken at the restaurant so it was odd that the bar would be too busy to pour four mimosas. When our food arrived, the two ladies who ordered BLT sandwiches had no bacon on either of their sandwiches. My chicken Cobb salad had 10 tiny pieces of grilled cubed chicken in the entire salad. Another in our group ordered the burger and it was less than impressive. When we told the waiter the bacon was missing he said we have a new chef and apologized. We asked if we could just get bacon on the side. He Returned with two small plates of bacon. After that, he never checked on us again. We were all really surprised in that we have always found the restaurant to offer much better service and much better food. It was just very disappointing.
Food was Overpriced and underflavored, wine was expensive and awful quality.
Very enjoyable . Waitress was excellent and moved my group to a windowed table. Food good. Great pre-theatre spot.
The quality of the prix fixe menu was a surprise and enjoyable. ambiance was very good. some of the decor is tired looking and the blaring old katy perry music was not pleasant. staff were pleasant, efficient, fast (pre-theatre). will visit again.
This was our second try, we will not return. Service was terrible, food was okay and it was very loud! We went before theater. No alcohol, one soda, shared a salad and 2 main courses, by the time we left with the tip it was over $100. Not worth it!
My daughter and I stumbled upon this restaurant about a year ago when running late for another dinner reservation. We canceled the original reservation and stepped into Thalia.
We were there this past Sunday. Everything about this place is really nice. The staff, atmosphere, and food. Everything is fresh and delicious.
Thalia is my favorite "before theater" place to eat. Whenever I have tickets to a matinee I make sure to get brunch there and I haven't been disappointed. It is a prime location for when you have tickets to a show, because you don't have to worry about not making it to your show on time. The menu is great, and their theater brunch is a great deal. I always take advantage of their $20 bottomless booze for 90 minutes as well.
This time I was there with a party of 5 and we had a really nice time. The only complaint I have (and this is why I did not rate it 5 stars overall) is that it did take awhile for the waiter to get us our first round of drinks. I have gone to Thalia a lot, and each time I order the bottomless booze, my waiter seems to disappear - it is almost as though it is strategic. Once I mentioned to someone that I was upset that it was taking so long, they did fix it right away, and we didn't have to wait for another drink again.
So - I do HIGHLY recommend Thalia - and if you do get the bottomless booze, just be ontop of them, so you get your money's worth.
we had eaten here before and liked it, but hadn't been to Thalia in a few years. This time, we found it cramped with tables almost on top of each other. It took us over AN HOUR to get our main course served! We think the server forgot to put our order in - she gave us some mumbo jumbo about "kitchen being backed up" - yet people who sat next to us after we had been seated got their food in a reasonable time. Waitress apologized and took our wines off the bill - mysteriously they were still on the bill when we got it. Awful experience, never going back.