Rosa’s Thai is bringing its traditional Thai cuisine to the streets of York this month.
Located on the major shopping street in the heart of York, Rosa’s Thai is setting up a permanent home in the historic city just minutes from The Shambles. 1-3 Coney Street will play host to the new Thai restaurant, opening for a soft launch on Monday 30 May, before officially launching just in time for the double bank holiday weekend on Wednesday 1 June 2022.
To mark the occasion and offer ample opportunity to test of Rosa’s Thai in York before the masses roll in, the restaurant chain is offering a huge 50% off on both Monday 30 May and Tuesday 31 May 2022.
Founder Saiphin Moore’s signature Thai dishes will all be available to sample: from fiery drunken noodles to creamy massaman curry, this is set to bring plenty of flavour to your usual early week antics.
Bookings are highly recommended for what’s set to be a sell-out affair in York.
The 80-cover restaurant is steeped in York’s beautiful old architecture and has found an effortless equilibrium between contemporary touches of lacquered tile detailing, modern Bangkok comfort with plush seating and traditional York finishes like exposed brick and time framing.
From humbled beginnings on London’s Brick Lane in 2007 as a market stall, founder and celebrated Thai chef Saiphin Moore started by serving up her family-honoured recipes before opening a restaurant in nearby Spitalfields just a year later.
Fast forward to 2022 and there are 28- soon to be 29- Rosa’s Thai restaurants across the UK, including one here in Leeds.
In fact, General Manager Mumu and Head Chef Moi, a husband and wife duo that have been an integral part of the Rosa’s Thai family since its launch in Leeds back in 2019, will be heading up the new York location.
Of the launch, Managing Director Gavin Adair said: “We’re delighted to bring Rosa’s Thai to York this May – it has been a long time coming and we can’t wait to showcase Saiphin’s delicious Thai dishes to the local community.”
Those visiting the York restaurant can expect to see familiar Thai dishes including fan-favourite pad Thai and comforting green curry, as well as Rosa’s cult favourites from drunken noodles and vegan and vegetarian offerings like fluffy sweetcorn cakes with kaffir lime and rich butternut red curry with sweet basil.
For more information, including how to book with 50% off your food bill, visit the Rosa’s Thai website.
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