Here’s another great reason to go eat at Tŷ Pawb’s food court!
Divine Thai have recently opened for business and are already getting great reviews for their fantastic choice of delicious homemade curries, rice and noodle dishes – available to eat in or take away.
The new food outlet, owned by Nat and Henry Tsang, is the fifth eatery to open in Tŷ Pawb’s food court.
Homemade and delicious!
Henry said: “We’re really excited to be joining the Tŷ Pawb food court family. There’s already a great choice of good quality food available here from our fellow traders and we’re confident we can contribute to making Tŷ Pawb one of the best places in town to come and eat.
“We take great care and pride in the dishes we prepare. All the food is homemade which isn’t always the case with many take-aways and I think our regular customers really appreciate this.
“We’re looking forward to seeing some new faces at the various live entertainment events that happen at Tŷ Pawb but we’re also keen on getting some regular weekday customers. We hope everyone will come and give us a try!”
“Lovely food and friendly owners”
Check out some of the great review they’ve received on social media since opening:
“Mouth watering Thai food at a fair price. I had green Thai curry with tofu and tempura prawns. Really enjoyed my meal. Generous portions. I’ll be back next week.”
“Lovely food and friendly owners. Loved our first time trying Thai food. Good luck for the future.”
“Had an amazing Pad Thai today, made vegan by swapping the chicken for tofu. I’ve missed this dish so much and I wasn’t disappointed. I’ll be back again very soon! Good portion size and friendly service too. Highly recommend”
Something for every tastebud!
As well as Thai, you can also indulge your tastebuds at Tŷ Pawb’s other food court eateries –Plât Bach, Curry-on-the-go, Maxim Polish Cuisine and Just Desserts & Milkshakes, as well as Cafe-in-the-corner in Tŷ Pawb’s south arcade.
Lead Member for People – Communities, Partnerships Public Protection and Community Safety, Cllr Hugh Jones, said: “It’s very encouraging to see another new local business opening its doors at Tŷ Pawb and I wish the owners their very best of luck with their new venture.
“Tŷ Pawb’s now has a fantastic choice of high quality food outlets and it’s no surprise that it’s become such a popular place to come and eat for a wide range of people, from students and families to shoppers and visitors from out of town.”
“I would encourage everyone to go and support these business and make the most of the fantastic local food offer we have in Tŷ Pawb and Wrexham.”
Main photo, left to right: Luke Williams (Mayor’s son), Henry Tsang, Nat Tsang (owners, Divine Thai), Mayor of Wrexham (Cllr Andy Williams).