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Thaï Express

This article is about the Canadian chain of Thai restaurants. For the Singapore chain of Thai restaurants, see Thai Express.
Thaï Express
Wholly owned subsidiary
Industry Restaurant
Founded Saint-Laurent, Quebec
Headquarters Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Products Food service
Parent MTY Food Group

Thaï Express (commonly spelled Thai Express) is a franchise chain of quick service restaurants serving Thai cuisine across Canada. The Thaï Express brand is owned by the MTY Food Group.[1] In 2009, Thaï Express won the Golden Chain award franchisor of the year award from the Conseil québécois de la franchise.[2]

Type of Restaurant

The restaurants are of the fast food type. Customers give their order at a counter, pay and then wait for their food in front of the grill counter. Then, depending on the type of restaurant (actual restaurant or shopping centre booth), the customers will be able to eat at a table. The style of the restaurants is modern. Generally the color schemes are mostly white with tones of pale green and pink. Wood texture is also used.


There are locations in the Canadian provinces of Quebec, Ontario, Manitoba, Alberta, Saskatchewan and British Columbia, as well as in Morocco, Bahrain, and the United Arab Emirates. Most of the locations are counters in shopping mall food courts, but there are a number of locations that are a sit-down restaurant. [3]


External links

  • Official website
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