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Rosa's Thai Cafe to open in Brixton

12 July 2016 by
Rosa's Thai Cafe to open in Brixton

Rosa's Thai Cafe is to open a new restaurant on Atlantic Road in Brixton, London, this autumn.

The new 74-cover venue will have a different look and feel to its sister sites, with designers Moreno:masey taking their cue from Atlantic Road's former post office, and an image of the site from 1936.

Founded in 2006 by head chef Saiphin Moore, Rosa's mixes punchy Thai flavours with ingredients sourced as locally as possible, from British beef and lamb to Thai basil grown in London.

The drinks menu will offer Thai beer and bottled cocktails such as Kaffir Lime and Mint Oreador and Malt Banana Tree Old Fashioned, designed to complement Thai dishes.

The site is due to open in November 2016. It was acquired by Casey Phillips, Partner at Shelley Sandzer.

Rosa's currently has seven restaurants.

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