Boon Rawd Brewery, the Thailand-based brewer of Singha beer, has brought its Asian street food restaurant concept Pacata to the UK with an opening in London’s Covent Garden.
The concept, which also operates in Bangkok’s Khaosan Road, has opened at the former King John’s kitchen garden. The Asian menu has been designed by Yasuji Morizumi, the first Michelin starred Ramen chef.
There’s a lunch, evening and breakfast offer, and a cocktail list that features Singha beer.
Morizumi said: “Pacata is a new concept in London dining. It is bringing the essence of Asian street food to the Lanes of London. The menu needed to really grasp the palate of the discerning Londoner while adding an authentic Asian tang.”
The 55-capacity site operates over two floors.
Boon Rawd Brewery operates a number of restaurants in Thailand and this is its first in Europe.