• Bitesize News #27 (Feb/Mar 2018): Liverpool's food & drink round-up

Bitesize News #27 (Feb/Mar 2018): Liverpool’s food & drink round-up

Edition #27 | February/March 2018

London Thai chain plans Liverpool restaurant

Rosa’s Thai is planning to launch its first branch outside of London here in Liverpool.

According to a licence application submitted to the city council, the restaurant wants to open at Britannia Pavilion in Albert Dock.

Husband and wife team Alex and Saiphin Moore opened the first of 10 Rosa’s in London’s Spitalfields in 2008.

According to the Rosa’s Thai website, chef Saiphin challenges herself to cook authentic Thai dishes with seasonal British ingredients that remind her of home life in Thailand.

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Mobile bread baking school heading to Mossley Hill

A mobile bread baking school is heading to Mossley Hill for a series of classes this spring.

Students will be able to learn how to make the perfect loaf, pizza and soda bread during the lessons, led by award winning bakers Room Forty.

Meanwhile pupils in the ‘Italian Breads’ class will discover how to produce focaccia, a cheese and walnut pane, and rosemary crackers.

All the classes will take place at Mossley Hill Parish Church on 21 March and 4 and 11 April.

Vincent Asian Kitchen to be replaced by new operator

Vincent Asian Kitchen on Bold Street is set to be replaced by a new operator.

The eatery, which specialised in gluten, dairy and wheat free ‘bowl food’, recently shut down.

Your Move understands a new tenant for the Ropewalks unit will be announced soon.

The Vincent, which also operates the The Vincent Café and Cocktail Bar at Exchange Flags and a hotel on Southport’s Lord Street, was unavailable for comment.

About Author: Lawrence Saunders

Lawrence is a journalist at Move Publishing. He can be contacted via email at lawrence@movepublishing.co.uk or by phone on 0151 709 3871.