Find Out Why Customers Love Their Thai Express Franchises
Thai food is growing in popularity, and when it comes to loving Thai, our customers love their Thai Express franchise locations. From tourists traveling through to the regular diners who eat with us three, four, five times a week, Thai Express consistently impresses customers with our consistency, quality and service.
Talk about hitting the spot. This place is pretty good. When they say express they sure mean it. My food was out very fast. I got the pad Thai, spicy, and they spicy (sic) it very well. Not too spicy where you can eat the pad Thai and still get a little heat. They also have things with rice. I high (sic) recommend.
I’ve been going to this place for over 5 years now. The food is really good and the green basil chicken/shrimp is to die for. Very yummy and good for you. I’ve tried many of the other dishes and they are spectacular as well.
The ambiance is really nice and romantic in the evening when they dim the lights.
Absolutely love this place and would highly recommend! The service is great and it never is that packed, so it’s never too loud. The atmosphere is great!
I always come here for lunch when I’m in the area as their lunch combos are amazing! The main dish comes with a side of tom yum soup and a spring roll. The tom yum soup is one of the best that I’ve ever had. The price is also very reasonable! I usually get the Pad Thai with chicken as that is my favourite thai (sic) dish. However, the green curry chicken and cashew chicken are also very delicious!
Overall, one of my favourite thai places in Toronto.
This place was really good, I was surprised. I got Pad See Ew made with beef instead of chicken (+ 1$). I really liked the combination of tofu and beef (surprisingly) and the sauce was subtle but really good. We also got shrimp chips, and I’m not a huge fan of seafood but they surprised me – I still ate a lot of them. My bf got pineapple rice. It came inside a pineapple which was super fun and the flavours went so well together, it was super pineapple-y and it came with raisins which was a great combination.
My go-to Thai place in Toronto. Huge portions, convenient take out, and delicious dishes.
I would eat there daily if I had the expendable income and calories.
Bring the premier Thai food franchise to your community today
Thai Express is a low-cost investment opportunity with high potential for growth as we expand across the United States. Startup costs range from $337,900 to $753,700, depending on the model you choose. Since 2004, we saturated the Canadian market with a business model built for entrepreneurs who are passionate about bringing an authentic and affordable Thai food experience to their communities. The franchise fee for your first Thai Express franchise is $30,000, and the franchise fee for multiple units can be discounted if certain conditions and criteria are met.