Rosa's announces further expansion and two new appointments

14 October 2015 by
Rosa's announces further expansion and two new appointments

Thai café chain Rosa's is to open a new site on Wilton Street in London's Victoria - its seventh overall.

The firm has also announced two new appointments: a property and development consultant and an operations manager.

The new 1,300 sq ft restaurant will open towards the end of this year as a pop-up Laos café before undergoing extensive renovations in the New Year to become a Rosa's.

Ed Francis has been brought on-board as operations manager, having spent six years with Soho House group, while Stephen Evans has taken on the role of property and development consultant. Evans was previously Gourmet Burger Kitchen's development director.

The chain was founded by husband and wife team Alex and Saiphin Moore and is set to expand further next year.

The first Rosa's Café opened in Spitalfields in 2008, followed by Soho in 2010, Westfield in 2011, Carnaby Street in 2013 and most recently Angel (pictured) and Chelsea, which both opened last year.

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