Koh Thai Tapas to open fourth site
Thai restaurant group Koh Thai Tapas is set to open its fourth site in Bath next month ahead of further UK expansion.
The group, which already operates restaurants in Portsmouth, Bournemouth and Boscombe, will open the new restaurant in the centre of Bath in early March.
As part of the group's ongoing national expansion plan, it is also looking at locations including Brighton, Southampton, Bristol, Winchester and Oxford, as the chain aims to open up to five more restaurants by 2015.
Koh Thai Tapas managing director Andrew Lennox said: "We have found some superb locations on the high street to bring the British public a taste of the East like they've never experienced it before. We're equally delighted to be able to create more local jobs in the area."
Koh Thai Tapas specialises in Thai food to share, with dishes served in small, tapas style portions.
Lennox added: "We are delighted with our success to date, and we are now thrilled to be bringing Thai Tapas to the historical city of Bath, which 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."
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