Serving modern Thai food with a light, casual café vibe, Rosa’s started as a humble street food stall, and has slowly expanded to a small chain with several branches across London. The family-run restaurants provide homely street food dishes at reasonable prices, often with a modern twist. Particularly noteworthy are the stir-fried crispy pork with kra pow (a crunchy Chinese take on a Thai classic), and the fragrant fresh summer rolls in peanut sauce. While they do provide the usual staples of green curry and pad Thai, be sure to browse the drinks and dessert menus, which boast a number of hot and cold Thai teas and coffees, as well as Thai whisky and Chang beer. Seated on little stools in this charming café, spooning coconut ice cream almost seems just as good as sitting by a stall in the streets of bustling Bangkok.