An established Lake Anne restaurant will move into the space at Lake Anne Plaza that housed Jasmine Cafe for more than 20 years.
Singh Thai, currently located at 11424 Washington Plaza, hopes to open Feb. 1 at 1633 Washington Plaza, said co-owner Chai Lerlertkitsakun.
“The space there is a lot bigger,” he said. “The layout is good and we will have good visibility in that space.”
Singh Thai has been in its current spot for nearly five years.
Jasmine Cafe had been a mainstay of Lake Anne since the 1980s. It abruptly closed last April when restaurant owner Eduardo Faubert got into a dispute with the property owner over back rent.
Lerlertkitsakun says he will spend the next few months renovating the former Jasmine space. He will also retain Jasmine’s outdoor seating.
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