Fine-dining Thai restaurant group, Patara, is to open its sixth London restaurant, this time on Hampstead High Street, NW3, this April.
Patara opened its first site in London over 25 years ago with its most recent opening last December on Berners Street. It also has venues in Soho, Oxford Circus, Knightsbridge and South Kensington and casual dining restaurant SUDA in Covent Garden.
The group operates worldwide also in Bangkok, Geneva, Vienna, Singapore and Beijing.
The new two-floor, 110-cover restaurant in Hampstead in the former Aubaine site has been designed by Superfutures, making subtle references to Thai culture and history through the use of materials, stone carvings and decorative motifs.
Open all day, the venue will have an average spend per head of £30, Patara Hampstead will be offering lunch including lighter options, Thai-style afternoon tea and dinner.
Andy Holman, managing director said: "Patara has a strong brand identity symbolising authentic Thai tradition. We are very excited about expanding our restaurant portfolio across London and look forward to welcoming new and existing customers to our Patara restaurant in Hampstead."