The culinary experience at The Rock Tavern, Upper Edge, Rastrick, has taken a twist.
After long-serving landlady Maxine Maragh cooked and served Caribbean food from her native roots, she has decided to take a new direction and has welcomed kitchen franchise Bang Thai Dee to the pub.
Thai food will now be served from Wednesday through to Sunday from 5pm to 10.30pm to eat in or takeaway with delivery offered within a five mile radius.
They are a small company that was founded in 2013 by a group of Thai ladies who after spending years cooking for other employers decided to start their own firm.
Their ethos is to only use the finest cuts of British meat purchased fresh from a selection of local butchers and transform it into the finest of Thai dishes.
Bang Thai Dee was previously located at The Wellington pub in Elland but the girls fell in love with The Rock Tavern because of its atmosphere and after striking up a great relationship with landlady Maxine.
They can be found on the popular website Just Eat and also have reviews on Trip Advisor.
Maxine said: “The venture is going from strength to strength and they have had a fabulous reception from the regulars.”
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