Rosa's Thai Cafe
Born in the East, raised in the East-end.
The Rosa's family is headed by Saiphin and Alex Moore. They decided it was time to introduce home-style, fresh Thai food to London with the opening of their first restaurant near Spitalfields Market. Drawing on their experience of many years in the restaurant business, in both Hong Kong and Thailand, Rosa's Spitalfields quickly became a success.
Rosa's is named in memory of the English cafe that originally occupied the Spitalfields site, and is now a regular haunt of the trendy East London set of artists, designers, celebrities and food lovers. Fans and regular customers can't get enough of Rosa's signature dishes such as Pumpkin Curry and fresh Papaya Salad. And they love the friendly banter and relaxed atmosphere. A celebration of homeland and home, Rosa's serves punchy Thai food with ingredients sourced as locally as possible: from mighty venison to soft-shell crab; seasonal curries to spring rolls.
Building on the success of the original Spitalfields cafe, Rosa's now has outlets in a number of locations around London. You can find a busy Rosa's restaurant in Soho, in Westfield Stratford and on Carnaby Street. Each restaurant has been designed by RIBA acclaimed London architects Gundy & Ducker, yet each has its own individual style and clientele.