Artists @ Rosa’s Thai Cafés: Follow Your Eyes, Follow Your Tastes

Venue: Rosa’s Angel, 6 Theberton St, London N1 0QX

Rosa’s Carnaby, Kingly Court, 23a Ganton St, Soho, London W1F 9BW

Rosa’s Soho – 48 Dean St, London W1D 5BF

Rosa’s Spitalfields, Spitalfields Arts Market, 12 Hanbury St, London E1 6QR

Date: 26th October-28th November

Time: Mon-Thu 11am-10:30pm

Fri-Sat: 11am-11pm

Sun: 10:30am-10:30pm


Born in the East, raised in the East End. Rosa’s Thai Café is a celebration of homeland and home, through Thai food with a modern twist. This year Rosa’s are proud to feature three talented artists  for you to enjoy at each one of their restaurants. Rosa’s Carnaby, Soho and Spitalfields will each host one of the three artists and you can see pieces from all three at Rosa’s Angel.

Featured Artists Include:

Naurarat Suksomstarn (Rosa’s Spitalfields)

Ketna Patel (Rosa’s Soho)

Ittirawee Chotirawee Rosa’s Carnaby)

Finally, a little twist to the tale: those clever foodies over at Rosa’s have cooked up some menu suggestions to bring out the flavour of each artist’s work:

Palm, the photographer
Sweet = Butternut red curry / Pineapple fried rice
The Picnic Ceremony is about nostalgia and sweet memories of food sharing in Thai culture. The dishes are of sweet flavour profile, but they are also classic dishes that reminds people of the comfort of Thai food.

Ketna, the pop-artist
Salty/Spicy = Seafood Hot Plate / Chilli & Basil Stir Fry
Her art is a balance between political and artistic aspects of South East Asian Culture, just like a salty dish is balanced by the spicy flavour.  

Ittirawee, the painter
Sour = Spicy Beef salad / Tom Yum noodles soup
His style of art is very abstract, driven by memory, emotions, and dreams – 

Umami = Green Curry / Stir Fried Aubergine –  our signature dishes
A perfect blend of three distinctly unique artists, and dishes that are full of umami flavours, defining what Rosa’s is all about.