The ULI team take their brand of Southeast Asian food to Chelsea
We're starting to see more restaurants heading to the Finsbury Park area (which is reaching the end of a major redevelopment at the station). The latest of these is from the Rosa's Thai restaurant group, which is opening on Wells Terrace.
This will be the 26th Rosa's restaurant as they've seen quite a bit of growth in the past few years. If, you've never been in one here's what you need to know. Set up
Anglo Thai have created the ultimate steak dinner - with wine to match. We had to try it out...
Constantly impressing with their pop-ups, it is good news indeed to hear that Anglo Thai are launching a new box this week.
AngloThai (John and Desiree Chantarasak) are currently in the midst of a popular residency at Newcomer Wines in Dalston (the menu looks great - it's well worth a look). But now it's about to get even better. Following on from a similar collaboration series at The Dairy, they're about to relaunch their AngloThai with Friends in Dalston.
There's a pretty impressive
AngloThai have teamed up with HG Walter and Tabasco to put their own stamp on a hot dog for this new kit. We gave it a try...
Over in Highbury, top Thai restaurant Farang has an interesting new offering during Lockdown. With just the one chef - owner Sebby Holmes - in the kitchen, they've launched Farang Larder this week.
As the name suggests they'll be offering a range of food, drink and meals to fill up your store cupboard and fridge.
There are five recipes kits. Choose from red, green, jungle and massaman curry kits or Miang for Days - which has everything
After years as a street food stall, Satay Street has found a space of their own, opening the Satay Street Cafe. They'll have all their best satay alongside an extended menu based on Bangkok Street Markets.
It's not often we have an interesting restaurant opening to tell you about down in Chelsea, but new Thai spot Talad seems to be a welcome exception. It's what's being dubbed a 'perma pop-up' so the idea is that owner/chef Natalie Tangsakul has six months to prove herself to the good folk of Chelsea (and her landlord). If she succeeds, she'll get the place permanently.
Certainly it sounds
Just launched in London are a couple of delivery-only brands, brought together by the company Taster, with some very interesting names behind them (so you won't find these on the high street, but you will find them on the app).
First up is Take-Out-Thai, available throughout London by the end of January, from John Chantarasak the ex-Som Saa chef now known
Update - 6/12/19 - They've reached the target in less than a week
This is all rather exciting. It seems like business is booming for East London Thai spot som saa. They've announced plans to crowdfund for a new central London restaurant.
In a post on Instagram they said: "som saa Commercial Street has been a labour of love, but now the time has come to fire the starting pistol on our second
A Hot Dinners exclusive:
He went down a storm as a MasterChef finalist, now Dr Nawamin Pinpathomrat is back throwing what sounds to be an unmissable popup in London. Crab Anatomy which, he says merges his medical science knowledge and cooking ability.
He'll be using freshly caught Cornish Crab from Rob Wing in St Mawes in a variety of ways. "It’s always been my dream to combine the best of British produce with my own Thai twist, he says, "
Fresh from their successful residency at Highbury's Mountgrove Bothy, husband and wife team - John Chantarasak and Desiree West's AngloThai are heading to south London for their next venture. They'll be popping up at Robin and Sarah Gill's Clapham restaurants, Counter Culture and The Dairy for May and June.
First up, they'll be taking over Counter Culture serving up their traditional Thai recipes and flavours married with modern techniques and seasonal
Fresh on the heels of Chinese Laundry's successful sojourn there comes news that AngloThai will be the next residency at the Mountgrove Bothy.
If you haven't been lucky enough to try their food to date, let us enlighten you. The chef is John Chantarasak who was twice shortlisted for the Young British Foodie ‘Chef of the Year’ and until four months ago was working at som saa. He's now branched out on his own, and after some time cooking around the UK, Europe
London's love affair with Thai food continues as a young Thai pair open a pair of new restaurants serving up different takes on Thai food in the same building on Brewer Street.
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