Thai Farm Kitchen closes Orlando location less than eight months after opening

A Thai restaurant with locations in Brooklyn and Bangkok was forced to close its location in Orlando’s College Park neighborhood less than eight months after it opened.

Thai Farm Kitchen announced the permanent closure of its sole Orlando location earlier this month on September 10.

“Dear friends, we regret to announce our closing. We are great full of your friendship and support. We wish everyone happiness and prosperity. With love from us all at Thai Farm Kitchen,” reads a statement posted through the restaurant’s social media accounts.

Previously located at 2625 Edgewater Drive, the restaurant was situated next to El Vic’s Indian Restaurant, which was forced to close its location this month as well.

The closure comes less than eight months after the business celebrated its grand opening in late January.

Internationally known for their modern take on Thai classics, the restaurant featured a bevy of fried rice, curry, and noodle dishes.

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