Team behind Phranakhon set to open new city centre Thai restaurant this week

“Every bite is a burst of flavour that will transport you to the bustling streets of Bangkok.” 

Rambuttri will bring the vibrant flavours of Thailand to the heart of Leeds.

The brand new restaurant will be opening on the ground floor of Munro House on Duke Street this Thursday 20 June.

Brought to Leeds by the team behind Phranakhon on York Place, Rambuttri is said to offer a unique dining experience that combines traditional Thai recipes with modern culinary twists.

Said to be ‘your new go-to destination for genuine Thai’, customers can expect tapas-style small plates as well as a la carte dishes.

All using ancient Thai recipes for dishes that are ‘lesser-known’ on the British high street.

Rambuttri’s official website states: “With a chef owner who has years of experience and a track record of successful Thai restaurants in Yorkshire (Khaosan Road Thai Tapas, Rice style, Tahtien Thai Street food in York and 3 branches of Phranakhon Thai Tapas in York, Harrogate and Leeds), diners can expect nothing short of exceptional taste and atmosphere.

“The expertise and passion of the chef owner undoubtedly shine through in every dish, ensuring an authentic and delightful culinary journey for patrons. Such a reputation for excellence speaks volumes about the dedication to quality and customer satisfaction. Enjoy the culinary delights and ambiance that these establishments have to offer!”

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The website adds: “At Rambuttri, we believe that food is an art form. Our skilled chefs meticulously craft each dish, using only the freshest ingredients and authentic spices. From our mouthwatering Pad Thai to our aromatic Green Curry, every bite is a burst of flavour that will transport you to the bustling streets of Bangkok.” 

Feeling hungry? Us too. And we’re sure this is going to be a fantastic addition to our already vibrant culinary scene.

If you fancy being one of the first to try Rambuttri, you can book your table here via their website.

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