As we head on in to tier 3, there is no doubt we will be looking for ways to make mealtimes more exciting again. Enter, Rosa’s. Everyone’s favourite Thai restaurant has brought out a cookbook, both vegetarian and non-vegetarian, making the perfect Christmas gift for those wanting to up their culinary skills (plus it’s also aesthetically pleasing). If you’re looking to take things to another level in the kitchen, Rosa’s have launched at home kits! In collaboration with Tourism Authority of Thailand, you can now recreate your Rosa’s favourites from the comfort of home. Choose between Pad Thai prawns or tofu & Green curry chicken or tofu. Each kit makes 4 portions and are being delivered nationwide. Please note the cut-off is Sunday for Friday delivery. Order now!
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Just a stone’s throw away from the iconic Tower Bridge and London’s leading contemporary theatre The Bridge, this riverside hotspot is fast becoming the go-to destination to discover exciting new dining options in London Bridge. Its pedestrianised streets and modern piazzas are home to a unique array of restaurants, just moments from the river and a short walk from London Bridge Station. Restaurant A-Z Gunpowder >> Intimate Indian restaurant with bare brick walls, offering home cooking-inspired menus. Prosecco House >> London’s first and only bar dedicated to Prosecco. Rosa’s Thai Cafe >> The home of modern Thai food in the heart of London. Offering authentic cuisine, with ingredients sourced from the UK and around the world. The Coal Shed >> Born from the love of cooking the finest meat and seafood over fire, The Coal Shed guarantees a dining experience to remember. The Ivy Tower Bridge >> A touch of Ivy magic on the banks of the Thames. All-day dining brasserie with classic British dishes. Temakinho >> Japanese culinary tradition meets with the taste, colours and vibes of Brazil to the beat of jazz, samba and bossa nova. Vapiano >> Handmade pasta, freshly made pizza dough and salads alongside the best buffalo mozzarella, meats & cheese antipasti plates.
Rosa’s Thai Cafe has opened its fourteenth branch, situated in the One Tower Bridge development. It’s the perfect place grab a Pad Thai whilst enjoying the view of the historic Tower Bridge. With the Bridge Theatre just around the corner on the waterfront, and only a ten-minute walk to the Fashion & Textile Museum and the White Cube gallery, you’ll have plenty of time for a pick-me-up meal before heading out for some art! Check out the menu