Thai restaurant group continues expansion with new city centre opening
Restaurant group Rosa’s Thai Cafe is set to expand with the opening of a new site in Leeds city centre next month.
After launching in Liverpool in February, the group’s second restaurant outside of London is set to be located in Trinity Leeds.
The 140-cover Leeds restaurant will comprise seating for 60 inside and a further 80 outside. This will mark the opening of the group’s seventeenth site.
Rosa’s Thai Cafe was founded by Thai chef Saiphin Moore and her husband Alex in 2007.
Gavin Adair, managing director of the group, said: “Leeds is the next step in building out our cluster of sites in the northwest and it’s a city I know and love since starting my working career here some 25 years ago. I’m thrilled to be bringing our authentic food and straightforward hospitality to a place that feels like home.
“It’s foodie credentials mean it has a range of interesting independent businesses through to some of the best offer brands and we think our small group mentality, and more importantly small group quality, will sit squarely in the middle. The Trinity centre has been on my radar for a long time and we’re excited to get the site open and push on with our measured growth.”