New way to eat Thai is coming
A new style of Thai dining is heading for Bath this spring.
New restaurant chain Koh Thai Tapas will be opening its fourth venue next week.
The chain, which was launched in 2009 and already has restaurants in Boscombe, Bournemouth and Southsea, will be opening in Broad Street in the former La Tasca restaurant next Thursday.
The Koh group takes tapas, a style of eating usually associated with Spanish cuisine, and applies it to Thai food.
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Managing director, Andrew Lennox, said: "We are delighted with our success to date, and we are now thrilled to be bringing Thai Tapas to the historical city of Bath.
"We firmly believe that Koh Thai Tapas is a style of cuisine that everyone will love and we are so pleased to have invested in our fourth restaurant in Bath.
"It is a city that we have identified as being a perfect fit for us.
"We are committed to future expansion going forward and greater involvement within the communities in which we serve."
The new restaurant will create 20 new jobs.
The development comes as The Vaults food quarter brings new names such as Graze and Gourmet Burger Kitchen to the city.