Chaophraya Edinburgh opens


Chaophraya has now opened in the heart of Edinburgh at 33 Castle Street, on the site of the former Oloroso. The company have spent a massive £1.2m on the Thai restaurant, so as you could imagine it does look pretty decadent with Golden Budda’s and such like. It seats 200 folk in the restaurant and its Palm Sugar bar and outdoor terrace area still retain the view of the Castle. There’s also a wine wall which divides the restaurant into two different sections and it boasts an open kitchen too.
Chaophraya’s menu is made up of classic dishes originating from different regions of Thailand.
The first people to eat at the new venue were Buddhist monks who blessed the restaurant – this is a Thai ritual that is custom for new businesses to bring luck and good fortune.

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