Restaurants

Chaophraya shuts Manchester site after a decade

Thai restaurant chain Chaophraya has closed its Manchester city centre site after operating for more than a decade.

According to Manchester Evening News, the Manchester site shut its doors shortly before Christmas. 

The Chaophraya brand, which is run by Thai Leisure Group (TLG), has seven sites across the UK, which include Aberdeen, Birmingham, Edinburugh, Glasgow, Leeds, Liverpool and Newcastle.

The Manchester closure follows TLG entered in to a CVA in October, which would “address a number of underperforming sites.”

Ian Leigh, managing director at TLG said: “After 12 years in the city we have unfortunately made the difficult decision to close Chaophraya Manchester. We would like to thank all of our guests in the city and our suppliers over this time for their continued support.”

TLG was founded in 2004 and now operates around 20 restaurants around the UK, which include restaurants such as Thaikun, Yee Rah Wok and Grill and ChaoBaby.

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