The newest Thai restaurant in Norwich has revealed its opening plans.

Work is well under way as the launch of Rosa's Thai at Chantry Place is fast approaching, with new hoarding being put up advertising the opening.

Forty-one Rosa’s Thai can be found in cities across the UK, but the Norwich restaurant will be the first in East Anglia, employing a team of 25.

The planned entrance to Rosa's ThaiThe planned entrance to Rosa's Thai (Image: Norwich City Council)

Set in the former Byron Burger, the restaurant will have both indoor and outdoor seating.

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Paul McCarthy, general manager at Chantry Place, said: “We are really looking forward to Rosa’s Thai joining us, bringing authentic fresh Thai flavours and signature dishes to Chantry Square and even more choice for our visitors.” 

Guests can expect colourful Bangkok cafe-inspired interiorsGuests can expect colourful Bangkok café-inspired interiors (Image: Rosa's Thai)

Rosa's Thai first opened in Spitalfields back in 2008, transporting co-founder Saiphin Moore's authentic Thai cooking from the East to the East End of London. 

With an opening date planned for September, the first fortnight all diners can enjoy 50pc off their food bill while the kitchen and front-of-house are trained.

The menu will feature Thai favourites such as satay chicken, spring and summer rolls and traditional green and red curries.