Pad Thai Cafe and the Boil Club opens in The Upper Place
The brands will open this November.
Two restaurant brands will open in the London food hall, the Upper Place this November.
The Boil Club, which opened on 20 November, is a restaurant brand that specialises in jumbo seafood boil bags. It has a wide selection of seafood with its Pick ’N’ Mix style bag where customers can choose from their vast array of seafood and fillers from prawns to crayfish and crab or opt for the Kilo Boil Platters for two people, with the options of 1KG of Jumbo Prawns, featuring appropriately 25 – 30 delicious prawns or 1KG of Crayfish with 14-16 succulent pieces of a minimum 9cm head to tail.
On the fried side, options include Crispy Calamari, Butterfly King Prawns, Crab Claws and Golden Scampi, alongside a selection of sides and dips.
Meanwhile, Pad Thai Café will bring the complex flavours and fragrant aromas of Thailand to this North London spot. Highlights from the menu include starters of Jumbo Vegetable, Chicken and Prawn Spring Rolls, whilst for mains bring a section of curries including favourites such as their Signature Pad Thai and Khao Pad (Thai fried rice).
The Pad Thai Cafe will open on 27 November.