This Popular Thai Restaurant Serving Drunken Noodles Has Opened In Birmingham

Alice Lorenzato-Lloyd Alice Lorenzato-Lloyd - Staff Writer


The Midlands branch has some tasty Thai classics.

Takeaways and DIY home kits have been our lifeline over lockdown, but now we are ready to have a proper sit-down, freshly made to order meal in a restaurant without the wind whipping in our faces, and this new Thai restaurant is one of our first port of calls.

London-born Rosa’s Thai Cafe opened on May 18 at the new Chamberlain Square development and it’s been so popular in London, they have fifteen sites in the Big Smoke alone, as well as sites in Manchester and Liverpool. Focused on delivering authentic Thai food using locally sourced ingredients, Rosa’s was founded by Thai-born Khao Kho – so if anyone knows homemade Thai meals, it’s this place.

Announcing their opening date on social media, Rosa’s Thai Cafe wrote: “Birmingham, it’s been a long time coming but we are FINALLY here!!! Clear your diary because we’re opening Tuesday 18th May 🎉 We’re bringing the heat of Thailand to the beautiful Chamberlain Square in the city 🔥 and of course we wouldn’t come empty handed, we’ve got a tasty little offer coming your way.

“Instead of our usual opening weekend we’re extending it to 4 whole days this time round! Get 50% off food when you visit us from Tue 18th – Fri 21st May, so you can try all our best selling dishes like our pad thai, curries annnd that famous stir fried aubergine (a must try for Rosa’s newbies) 🍆”

The food is designed for sharing, with a number of platters available to order as well as warm dishes such as curries, noodles and stir-fries for guests to dig in and try. The décor is homely and inviting, with wooden tables and neutral tones throughout complementing the vibrant dishes.


Dishes include Rosa’s signature Pad Thai, Beef Massaman Curry and drunken noodles – a spicy noodle dish traditionally eaten at the end of a big night out, there’s no alcohol in the dish but it’s described on the Rosa’s Thai menu as “possibly the best hangover cure in the world.”

But do not disregard the desserts as you’ll find the classic mango sticky rice dish revamped as a sundae featuring mango sorbet, fresh mango, sticky rice and coconut milk. Plus, for a soothing finish to your meal theirs Rosa’s Thai tea custard tart, which includes their signature Thai milk tea custard encased in a pastry tart and served alongside a hot Thai tea.

On the drinks menu, there is a range of wines and cocktails such as Thai & Stop Me – a classic whiskey sour made with pandan syrup and Bulleit Bourbon. Plus, Rosa’s has its very own beer- Rosa’s Thai-PA, blended with lemongrass and lime.

Rosa’s Thai Cafe, Unit 2B Chamberlain Square, Paradise Development, B3 3AX

[Featured Image: Rosa’s Thai Cafe]

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