New restaurant opens on Coney Street in York


Inside Rosa’s Thai Café in Leeds. Photography:

A taste of Thai cuisine arrives on one of York’s busiest streets.

Rosa’s Thai Cafe is slated to open at 1-3 Coney Street, the former home of Joe’s Kitchen.

The restaurant describes itself as “the home of modern Thai cuisine“. He wants to open every day from 11 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. and has applied for a liquor license until 11 p.m.

Saiphin Moore, with her husband Alex, co-founded Rosa’s Thai Cafe in London in 2008.

She grew up on a farm in Thailand, where she opened a noodle shop when she was just 16.

Saiphin and Alex met while they were both working in Hong Kong and moved to London in 2006. She started selling her authentic Thai food at a market stall in Brick Lane, east London, before opening his first restaurant.

There are now 30 Rosa’s, with the closest to York in Leeds.

Brunch at Rosa’s includes bottomless Boozy iced tea, beer, bubbles or house wine. Photography: Rosa’s Thai Café on Facebook

The all-day menu includes Pad Thai noodles, green curry and a selection of stir-fries.

On the drink menu, you can try Rosa’s Thai PA beer, Thai whiskey, and cocktails including a strawberry and Thai basil mojito called Bangkok Night Out.

The Helmsley Group bought several units, including the one housing the vacant Joe’s Kitchen in May.

The four-story building, built in 1960, has 4,782 square feet of dining space.


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