This mini Thai chain has numerous spots around London, but the original branch sits on a vibrant and quirky road between Brick Lane and Spitalfields Market. The menu has every Thai dish you’d imagine to find at a restaurant of its sort and service is warm and efficient. The crowd at Rosa’s is a mix between the young and chic, tourists and local hipsters. The contemporary dining room is neat and simple with a mix of wood and clean, white surfaces. Tables are packed tightly, so prepare to brush elbows with neighbors, or choose a quieter, off hour to dine.