Thai restaurant group Rosa's Thai Cafe, owned by head chef Saiphin Moore, has announced it will be opening two new London-based sites this year.
The first will be a 60-cover restaurant on Tooting High Street within the former Belpassi Bros which closed in October 2017, due to open on 22 March.
Details for the second site in Ealing Broadway are yet to be confirmed.
Gavin Adair, managing director of Rosa's Thai Cafe said: "The launch of our Tooting and Ealing restaurants mark an exciting year ahead for Rosa's. Both areas have a loyal and growing local foodie community, so offer the ideal locations for the new sites."
Founded in 2006 by Moore, Rosa's mixes Thai flavours with ingredients sourced as locally as possible, from British beef and lamb to Thai basil grown in London. It started life as a market stall on Brick Lane in 2006. The group now has permanent London sites in Angel, Brixton, Carnaby, Chelsea, Seven Dials, Spitalfields, Soho, London Fields, Victoria, Westfield Stratford and Hampstead.
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