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Rosa's Thai Cafe Soho goes veggie for three months

Rosa's Thai Cafe Soho goes veggie for three months

More good news for vegetarians as Rosa’s Thai Cafe Soho becomes the latest restaurant to swing to more plant-focused dining, temporarily moves to an all veggie menu until April.

The three-month pop-up, called Rosa's Thai Veggie, will feature a couple of brand new dishes that we're loving the sound of, like tofu satay, panang tofu, tom kha mushroom soup and laab mushrooms, a veggie riff on a traditional minced meat salad commonly found in Laos.

And don't worry - their deliciously oily stir-fried aubergine will still be on offer, alongside their papaya salad, plus veggie-only versions of their pad thai and green curries.

You can also expect:

  • Sweetcorn patties with kaffir lime leaves in red curry paste batter
  • Grapefruit salad with spicy roasted chilli paste and evaporated milk dressing
  • Tom zaap soup with lemongrass, galangal and Asian mushrooms
  • Southern stir-fried minced tofu and peas

The decision to go all vegetarian was partly inspired by co-owner Saiphin Moore's regular pilgrimage to the Thailand Vegetarian Festival. "It inspires me to bring more vegetarian options to Rosa's Thai Cafes," she said.

When: From 15 January until the end of April

Where: Rosa’s Thai Cafe, 48 Dean Street, Soho, London W1D 5BF

More information: Visit Rosa's website or follow them on Twitter @rosasthaicafe.

 

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