Talay - The relaxed ambiance and stylish décor feature natural elements with high-tech touches. The captivating wooden entrance guarded by a grandiose pair of lion statues while a waterfall flows over an etched resin wall. Hues of reds, oranges and sooths guests with a tranquil color palate of slate grays, deep browns and aquatic blues. An array of Asian statues and artifacts procured by Veras create a modern culinary retreat in West Harlem. Each element of Talay has been carefully balanced by Veras and Rommel Macasaet to create a fulfilling experience for all of the senses. Talay embraces the mystique and culinary culture of Asia, and harnesses the excitement and energy of New York, offering exquisite cuisine and a lively social scene.
Talay's Thai-Latin fusion restaurant has recently closed and been replaced by Pancho Gringo, a Mexican eatery that's completely different in look and feel. Pancho Gringo has already been impressing patrons with its traditional Mexican menu, all thanks to the establishment's new chef in charge.