The capital is once again getting prepped, primped and preened ready for London Fashion Week (18th – 22nd September), but don’t let the world’s fashionable and fabulous take all the limelight! Get the glow you deserve and become catwalk ready in no time with a special menu created to bring out your best assets at Rosa’s Thai Café.
Using the fresh, nutritious, beauty-boosting ingredients naturally found in Thai cuisine, co-founder and Head Chef Saiphin Moore has devised the You BeauThai menu, so diners can sip, slurp and crunch their way to an effortlessly luminous look.
Exchange thoughts on Julien MacDonald or catch up after Christopher Kane whilst enjoying a catwalk collection of low calorie, vitamin and mineral-rich dishes at Rosa’s Carnaby Street, Soho or Spitalfields locations, including:
Sample Size Som Tam (£9)
The go-to dish for Thai locals, this papaya salad is fabulously low in calories but packed full of flavour with fresh tomatoes, green beans and garlic whilst raw papaya is known to improve overall complexion.
The Laab Look (£8.50)
A Laab (spicy minced pork or chicken) is the epitome of a fresh Thai dish – filled with galangal, fresh garlic, lemongrass, lime, mint and coriander – all of which help to promote a healthy glow inside and out.
Pad BeauThai (from £7.50)
Known the world over as a must-try Thai stir-fry, the secret is in the tamarind sauce, packed full of vitamin C and helps keep skin irritation under control.
This Season’s Soup (from £6)
This is the best way to refuel after a frenzied day darting across London. Curl up at Rosa’s with a bowl of Tom Yam and feel instantly rejuvenated and warmed from within.
Tea Total Trend (£3)
Detoxifying and relaxing, sit back and sip on this invigorating lemongrass tea. Full of vitamin A to keep your eyes sparkling, calcium for healthy teeth and nails; lemongrass also acts as a natural diuretic releasing toxins from the body.
Available from 16 – 23 September from 6pm, each dish can be enjoyed at Rosa’s Thai Café Carnaby Street, Soho or Spitalfields, or recreate them at home from the Rosa’s Thai Café cookbook, published by Mitchell Beazley, available from all good bookshops (RRP £20).