ROSA’S Thai Cafe, the hugely popular restaurant group founded by chef and best-selling cookbook author, Saiphin Moore, will celebrate its arrival in the city by offering 50 per cent off all food during its soft launch weekend on Saturday 22 and Sunday February 23.
Opening in The Old Courthouse on Deansgate, Rosa’s Manchester menu will offer a variety of dishes using seasonal ingredients, including its best-selling pad thai, signature red butternut curry with sweet basil and Drunken noodles with galangal – all of which can be enjoyed for half price over the soft launch weekend. Pre-booking is essential – to book click here. Tables are subject to availability.
The 60-cover restaurant which will open for lunch and dinner seven days a week, will offer a range of menus, including their all day menu, weekday lunch, veggie friendly and coeliac friendly menus, alongside a drinks menu of beer, wine and cocktails which includes Rosa’s Thai PA – an inspired craft pale ale blended with lemongrass and lime.
Launched in 2008 by Saiphin Moore and her husband Alex on East London’s famous Brick Lane, Rosa’s Thai Cafe has built a reputation for bold, punchy flavours and dishes inspired by Saiphin’s childhood growing up on her family’s farm in Northern Thailand.
Rosa’s use the best in fresh British produce alongside traditional Thai ingredients including coconut milk, jasmine rice and tamarind paste, which are sourced directly from farmers in Thailand.
Rosa’s Thai Cafe, The Old Courthouse, 184 Deansgate, Manchester, M3 3WB.
Read here about ToM’s trip to Spitalfields to meet Rosa’s founder Saiphin Moore.