If you love your plates packed with pops of rainbow bright colour, fresh ingredients and recipes born out of family favourites, Rosa’s Thai Cafe is a must-try for families looking to introduce a taste of Thai to their little ones. In celebration of Rosa’s Thai coming to Clapham Junction’s Northcote Road on 3rd November, you and your brood can enjoy a delicious 50% off your food bill from Sunday 3rd to Monday 4th November – be sure to book your table at www.rosasthaicafe.com/locations/clapham as seats are sure to fill up fast!
Launched in 2008 by Saiphin and her husband Alex on East London’s famous Brick Lane, Rosa’s Thai Cafe has built a reputation for bold flavours and dishes inspired by Saiphin’s childhood growing up on her family’s farm in Northern Thailand. 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 Pad Thai.
Best shared as traditional fare, Rosa’s menu is vast and varied on levels of heat. From sticky sweet pork skewers with tamarind dipping sauce and chilli kissed papaya salads to rich Panang curry and aubergine stir fried with soya bean and sweet basil, the portions are generous and gorgeously fresh. Sweet corn fritters, grilled chicken with lemongrass, butternut red curry and steamed coconut rice are great dishes for easing tiny tastebuds into their first bite of Thai.
With a kids menu serving up two courses for an affordable £6.00, think less spice but still oodles of flavour with dishes such as chicken satay, spring rolls, flat noodles and stir-fried jasmine rice both accompanied by chicken or veggies. Each kids meal also comes with a colouring kit to keep tots crafty whilst their waiting for their chicken satay! Coeliac and veggie friendly menus are also available.
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