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Thai Leisure Group to launch Thaikhun concept in Nottingham

23 September 2015 by
Thai Leisure Group to launch Thaikhun concept in Nottingham

Thai Leisure Group (TLG) has announced plans to open its Thaikhun street-food concept in Nottingham in November.

The 4,761 sq ft site will be located in the Victoria shopping centre in a newly developed two-storey dining area, next to the Clock Tower. The development is part of a wider £40m refurbishment programme for the centre.

The opening of the 195-cover Nottingham restaurant will create 50 jobs and will be the brand's sixth UK site.

Thaikhun currently has sites in Manchester, Liverpool, Cambridge and Aberdeen.

Ian Leigh, group operations director at Thaikhun, said: "We are incredibly excited to bring Thaikhun to Nottingham and are pleased to be playing a major part in the Victoria Centre's revitalised late night food and drink offering.

"Our passion is to share a real taste of Thailand's street food scene with the people of Nottingham by serving traditional Thai food and educating customers on the culture surrounding our cuisine."

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