May 23, 2012, 3:07 pm

The UK’s most recent and unique dining experience has become a hit on the South coast over the past three years.

Koh Thai Tapas has taken a style that, until now, has only ever been associated with Spanish cuisine, and applied the same food philosophy to Thai food, and ‘Thai Tapas’ was born.

Having opened their first restaurant in Boscombe Spa in 2009, the team behind this new culinary concept has gone on to achieve significant social and economic success.

This has led to the opening of a second branch in Bournemouth’s Soho Quarter.

The cuisine at Koh has been so well received they have been awarded the “Restaurant of the Year Award” at the Bournemouth Tourism Awards.

The style of cuisine embraces the sharing trend in a  concept that involves ordering a number of Tapas-style dishes and tasting at wide array of differing flavours.

Andrew Lennox, one of the Directors of Koh Thai Tapas, said:

“So far Koh Thai Tapas has continued to fulfil our founding objectives and we are delighted with our success to date.

“We have been warmly received by our customers in Bournemouth and continue to show fantastic growth and profitability.

“We firmly believe that Koh Thai Tapas is a style of cuisine that everyone will love and we are so pleased to have invested in our 2nd restaurant in Bournemouth.

“We foresee future expansion going forward and greater involvement within the communities in which we serve.”

For more information about Koh Thai Tapas, visit


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