Rosa's Thai Café hits North London

By Carina Perkins contact

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Rosa's Angel features bespoke timber paneling, brass-topped booths and a large skylight to let in plenty of natural light
Rosa's Angel features bespoke timber paneling, brass-topped booths and a large skylight to let in plenty of natural light

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London Thai-café concept Rosa’s has opened its first North London restaurant in Angel.

The 60-cover restaurant, on Theberton Street, is the sixth for the group, which is led by husband and wife team Alex and Salphin Moore.

The venue features a clean, contemporary interior with bespoke timber paneling, brass-topped booths, neutral tones and a large skylight to let in plenty of natural light. The back of the restaurant can be booked as a private dining space for 42 people.

The menu is the same as the group’s other sites, with simple Thai classics such as Northern Thai Lao-style Sausage, Spicy Chargrilled Pork Neck Salad and Stir-fried Crispy Pork with Kra Prow

Drinks on offer include cocktails made with exotic fruit and spiced blends, a selection of red, white and rosé wines, available by the glass and carafe, Chang beer, iced teas, juices and freshly-ground Monmouth coffee.

HyperGrowth business

Rosa’s expansion into North London follows investment from three private investors​ secured via the UK Angel Investment Network in return for a 5 per cent stake in the business.

The investment is also funding two new sites in Chelsea, the first of which opened in October 2014​.

Launched in Spitalfields in 2008, Rosa’s Thai Café was one of just 30 companies out of 15,000 selected by Growth Accelerator as a HyperGrowth business – deemed to be growing at an extraordinary rate. The company hopes to reach ten sites by 2017.

Rosa's Angel is open now at 6 Theberton Street, N1 0QX

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