Chef's Personal Matter Temporarily Closes Bangkok Thai

Restaurant owner expects to 're-open within two weeks.'

The Bangkok Thai Restaurant has not gone out of business, despite what a "closed" sign may suggest.

The East Main Street eatery at 57 East Main St. is "temporarily without a lead chef," and expects to "re-open within two weeks," owner "B.B." said Thursday in a statement released through his attorney, John Matson.

"The chef who has worked at Bangkok Thai since it opened has some personal (matters) out of state to deal with," the statement says.

Tuesday night, voters at Westborough's special town meeting authorized selectmen to petition the state Legislature for an additional all-alcoholic beverages license, specifically for the Bangkok Thai.

The Bangkok Thai Restaurant held a grand opening at 57 East Main St. last Dec. 8. The Mandarin Restaurant formerly occupied that site.

Ron Goodenow October 19, 2012 at 03:50 PM
This is great news. BB and crew have made a great effort to be at home in Westborough, contributing wonderful tastes to the Westborough Spring Festival and Arts in Common. We can only hope the chef's emergency works out well, the restaurant is open soon and they get their much-needed liquor license. Oh, and maybe they will get a much more visible sign out front when they do light up again!


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