Award-winning Thai restaurant set for Paradise Birmingham opening
Award-winning Thai eatery Rosa’s Thai Cafe has confirmed plans to open its first Midlands restaurant at Paradise Birmingham later this year.
The London-based company will launch its latest venue at Two Chamberlain Square.
The 80-seat restaurant will be open for lunch and dinner seven days a week and will overlook Centenary Way.
Gavin Adair, CEO of Rosa’s Thai Cafe, said: “For us, the offer at Paradise was too good an opportunity to miss and we are extremely happy with the setting of our new restaurant overlooking Centenary Way. We can’t wait to welcome Brummies into our new space in Two Chamberlain Square later this year and look forward to showing them our authentic, award winning Thai food.”
Rosa’s Thai Café becomes the third new restaurant to commit to Paradise. Indian-Irani cafe Dishoom opened on the ground floor of One Chamberlain Square last spring, while Mediterranean wine bar and restaurant Vinoteca is also taking space at Two Chamberlain Square.
Rob Groves, regional director of Argent, development managers for Paradise, said: “Rosa’s is an
outstanding new addition to Birmingham’s dining scene and we can’t wait to welcome the team to their new home in Two Chamberlain Square.
“We’re confident Rosa’s Thai Café will be a sure fire hit with both locals and visitors alike. With Rosa’s joining the previously announced Dishoom and Vinoteca, we are very proud that Paradise is now bringing a broad range of great, new restaurants to the city.”