First Chaophraya Thai restaurant for Scotland

The Chaophraya Thai restaurant chain will open its first £2m Scottish venue next month on Glasgow’s Buchanan Street. The makeover will include a gold leaf ceiling and large Thai Buddha statues throughout what will be a highly decorative and opulent décor. Chaophraya (pronounced Chow-pry-a) has restaurants across UK cities Birmingham, Leeds, Liverpool, Manchester and Sheffield. Chaophraya manager, Richard McCandleless, said, “Glasgow is a wonderful city and we are very excited to be launching Chaophraya in July. We have a fantastic location on Buchanan Street in the historic Townhouse building with capacity for over 400 diners across four decadent floors. The four beautiful VIP private dining rooms will be perfect for those special celebrations and events and with the very best team. Customers are guaranteed a very warm welcome and a dining experience that they will remember.”

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