Rosa's Thai launches special sharing plates from northern Thailand exclusively at Trinity Leeds

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Rosa's Thai has launched a new menu exclusively for its Leeds restaurant, celebrating the unique flavours of northern Thailand.

The special dishes, hailing from Thaliand's Isaan region, champion the place that Rosa's Thai co-founder, Saiphin Moore, calls home.

Isaan food is known for its ferocious heat, punchy salads and fermented specialties.

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Made for sharing, the new plates include Gai Yang (grilled chicken thighs marinated in lemongrass), Yum Woonsen (glass noodle salad with prawns and cherry tomatoes), Pla Tod (whole-fried sea bass with a refreshing mango, cashew nut and red onion salad) and Nam Tok Kor Moo (char-grilled pork salad).

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Alongside this is a selection of Som Tum salads - Saiphin’s favourite variations of the popular papaya salad.

A reduced menu of Isaan specials will also be available across all Rosa’s Thai sites this spring, following the exclusive launch at its Trinity Leeds restaurant.

Diners can also sample Rosa's newly-launched cocktail menu, inspired by Thai flavours, including Rosa’s Signature G&T, Pineapple Kaffir Lime Sour, Lychee Ginger Spritz and the Kopiko Espresso Martini.

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