We’ve teamed up with Rosa’s Thai Cafe to celebrate the launch of the Brixton site by offering our readers an exclusive £15 set menu deal.
Dishes available on the set menu include chicken satay, tom yum soup, flat noodles stir fried (chicken or veggie), red Thai curry with butternut squash and thick red chicken or veggie curry, and lots more!
The set menu includes a starter, main, side dish, plus two drinks per person.
Husband and wife team Alex and Saiphin Moore have blended modern Thai flavours with local London charm in seven cafes across the capital. Having launched in the heart of the East End with a market stall in Brick Lane back in 2006, Rosa’s Thai Cafe now has permanent sites in Spitalfields, Soho, Westfield Stratford, Carnaby, Chelsea, Angel and Victoria, with their new site opening in Brixton on Tuesday 28 February.
Dates: Tuesday 7 March, available between 6-9pm
Location: 36 Atlantic Road, London, SW9 8JW
Offer: £15 set menu deal – starter, main, side dish and two drinks
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