Trispan-backed restaurant concept Rosa’s Thai Café is the latest brand to announce opening plans in Birmingham’s Paradise project.

The restaurant will be Rosa’s fourth site outside of London – following openings in Manchester, Liverpool and Leeds – and will join Dishoom and Vinoteca in the £700m city centre development.

Opening in Two Chamberlain Square, the venue will have capacity for 80 customers, and operate for lunch and dinner seven days a week when the eight-story office building is completed later this year.

“For us, the offer at Paradise was too good an opportunity to miss and we are extremely happy with the setting of our new restaurant overlooking Centenary Way,” Rosa’s CEO Gavin Adair told Business Live. “We can’t wait to welcome Brummies into our new space in Two Chamberlain Square later this year.”

“Rosa’s is an outstanding new addition to Birmingham’s dining scene and we can’t wait to welcome the team to their new home in Two Chamberlain Square,” added Rob Groves, regional director of Paradise’s development manager Argent. “We are very proud that Paradise is now bringing a broad range of great, new restaurants to the city.”

The business is currently operating 18 of its 22 bricks-and-mortar sites for takeaway and delivery, alongside three delivery-only kitchens in Blackwall, Crouch End and Reading.