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Rosa’s Thai Cafe to open in Clapham next month

Rosa’s Thai Cafe, the popular Thai restaurant group co-founded by renowned chef Saiphin Moore, has announced a new opening on Clapham Junction’s Northcote Road on 3 November.

Rosa’s combines British produce with traditional Thai ingredients sourced directly from farmers in Thailand, including jasmine rice, coconut milk and tamarind paste - the key ingredient in Rosa’s best selling P?ad Thai.

Guests to the new 68-cover Clapham Junction restaurant can expect familiar Thai favourites including fiery Drunken noodles,? and comforting ?Massaman curry, ?alongside dishes less frequently found in the UK, such as ?Stir-fried aubergine in chilli and basil.

Vegetarians and vegans will also be well-catered for with plenty of meat-free options, from punchy Sweetcorn cakes with kaffir lime? to rich ?Butternut red curry with sweet basil.? Most dishes on the menu can also be made vegan upon request.

Moore said, “The close community feel on Northcote Road really takes me back to my early Rosa’s days trading on Brick Lane. I am excited for Rosa’s to join Clapham Junction’s vibrant foodie scene, and am looking forward to meeting all of our local customers and businesses when we open the doors in November!”

To celebrate the new site, all diners at Rosa’s Clapham Junction will be able to enjoy 50% off their food bill from Sunday 3 to Monday 4 November