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eading Tai restaurant group Busaba have opened their latest restaurant in London’s Oxford Circus. Launched on Eastcastle Street, the restaurant is the first of a


new generation of the ‘classic Busaba’ concept featuring an evolved ‘Bangkok Tai’ brand proposition and interior design. Te 180 cover restaurant is the group’s


fifteenth location and offers the brand’s unique sensory experience through the flavours, aromas and buzz of modern Bangkok – a city that pulses with energy and a sense of design. Te interior has evolved to reflect present day urban Bangkok with all its diversity and creativity; described as Asia’s new metropolis of cool, Busaba have brought this to life via an exclusive collaboration with two of Bangkok’s most recognisable street artists, Alex Face and Rukkit. Teir graphic street art is displayed within the restaurant and on the menus alongside images of Bangkok and art from throughout the city. Additional features include the temple wall with gold, brass, timber and Tai brickwork, alongside a new kitchen pantry and feature bar. As well as the classic Busaba square communal tables, guests can choose to dine in spaces created for singles and couples at the concertina windows or on high tables near the bar. Jason Myers, Busaba CEO commented: “Te first Busaba opened just a stone’s throw away from Oxford Circus on Soho’s Wardour Street and remains one of


our busiest restaurant with queues today 17 years later. We’re thrilled that there continues to be growing demand for Busaba’s unique Tai food and hospitality offer, allowing us to open a brand new flagship West End restaurant in Eastcastle Street. We look forward to the continued growth of the restaurant group, both in London and beyond.” Busaba Oxford Circus, 52-53 Eastcastle Street, London W1. Tel: +44 (0)20 3873 2520 www.busaba.com


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