Rosa’s Thai Cafe
Born in the East.
Raised in the
East End.

Rosa's Thai Cafe - the best Thai in London

Welcome to Rosa’s -
a Thai cafe born in the east and raised in the East End.

At Rosa’s, we celebrate our homeland and home by serving punchy Thai food with ingredients sourced as locally as possible. With mighty venison, soft-shell crab, seasonal curries and spring rolls on our menu we’re sure you’ll love returning to Rosa’s time and time again.

Rosa’s Thai
Restaurants London

Rosa’s Thai Cafe is a small collection of Thai restaurants London can be proud of. From a humble street stall on Brick Lane in 2006, Rosa’s Thai Restaurant London has grown into a much-loved chain of London restaurants in Spitalfields, Soho, Westfield StratfordCarnaby, Chelsea and Angel.

Rosa’s Cafes are some of the most unique Thai restaurants London has to offer because we mix authentic Thai cuisine with a few modern twists. Combine our fresh, tempting menu with our relaxed, cafe atmosphere and you’ve got the perfect place to unwind, relax and enjoy sumptuous healthy food away from the hustle and bustle of London’s busy streets.

You can visit us for lunch, an afternoon snack or dinner at Rosa’s Thai restaurant London 7 days a week, but it might be wise to book if you want to visit our Soho, CarnabySpitalfields, Chelsea and Angel restaurants at a specific time. We’d hate to tell you we were too busy to seat you if you had your heart set on any of our tempting Thai dishes. You can book you table online by clicking on the restaurant names above.


British husband and Thai wife team, Alex and Saiphin Moore, have blended modern Thailand with a dash of local London charm to bring you Rosa’s Thai Cafe – a Thai restaurant London is embracing with open arms. Whichever Rosa’s you visit, you’ll find honest, home-made helpings of authentic Thai food with a modern twist in cafe style surroundings. We hope you visit us soon and enjoy your Rosa’s Thai Cafe experience.

Rosa's Thai Cafe - best Thai restaurant in London
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