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Happy Pad Thai Day

Monday, October 23rd, 2023

Celebrate with us

Roll a 9, win a free Pad Thai!

noodles on a green plate

All hail to the dish that needs no introduction – you guessed it – the ever so famous, sensational Pad Thai!

We’re not quite sure who invented Pad Thai day (even though, we think it’s everyday!) but we’re certainly happy to hop on board, and celebrate Thailand’s most famous dish. For those who have yet to try a Pad Thai, there’s never been a better time to tick it off your list. Crowd-pleasing, a-little-bit-sweet, not-at-all-spicy, with a generous side helping of umami. Available with chicken, prawns or veggies & pulled mushrooms.

Join us at your friendly local Rosa’s Thai and get your noodle fix this Pad Thai day, Tuesday 7th November. We’ll be giving away free Pad Thais for anyone who can roll the dice and land on the lucky number 9. Save the date and we hope to see you there!

*Not valid in conjunction with any other discounts, offers, or meal deals. Available across all Rosa’s Thai restaurants with the exception of Rosa’s Thai Edinburgh, due to a fab deal on 50% off food for the soft launch – can’t have everything!

Why Rosa's Pad Thai is special


Pad Thai is probably the most famous of all Thai noodle dishes. It’s always a safe bet to serve this dish because everybody loves it, even the fussiest of eaters. Tamarind is the delicious key ingredient in this dish. Rosa’s Pad Thai sauce is made with tamarinds from Petchabun, our co-founder Saiphin’s hometown, where the soil is perfect for growing healthy, juicy tamarinds  Don’t take our word for it, come and try it yourself!

Pad Thai History

Pad Thai with fresh beansprouts on top

Have you ever wondered how this beloved tasty dish came to be?

Who knew that a dish as delicious as Pad Thai was created by a patriarch politician during World War II. Rice prices skyrocketed during the war, and the country needed to promote national pride, so Thailand’s national dish, Pad Thai was born. The original recipes were simple; rice noodles, fish sauce, shallots, chives, tamarind paste, and eggs, all fried together in a wok. The dish has changed somewhat since then, but is still loved by people around the world!

Now that you’re in the know, celebrate this national Pad Thai day at Rosa’s Thai and book your table now.

Rosa's Pad Thai fun facts

Rosa’s Pad Thai sauce is made from tamarinds in Thailand

We sell around 11,000 Pad Thais every week!

Rosa’s Westfield Stratford sells the most Pad Thais in the Rosa’s Thai realm

View our allergen & nutritional information

Please note, our food is prepared in kitchens where allergens are present. Some dishes may contain traces of nuts, wheat, gluten, milk and other allergenic ingredients. We’re unable to list every ingredient on this menu, so please ask our staff for more detailed information about our food and allergens. We’re here to help – please ask for assistance!

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Can be spicy

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Definitely spicy

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Thai spicy


Contains nuts


Contains dairy




Gluten free