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    Celebrate Christmas The Thai Terre Way
    POSTED BY Thai Terre | December 2, 2017

    The office Christmas party is an important tradition. It’s where people can let their hair down, where they can be a bit silly, where they can be themselves, where they can really get to know people who they might otherwise only ever say hello and goodbye to at the office… And it’s a chance for an employer to show their appreciation for their staff who have worked hard all year round and deserve a treat. It’s tradition, yes, but that doesn’t mean it’s a chore – and with Thai Terre and our fantastic, freshly prepared Thai food, you can have your traditional Christmas party with a definite non-traditional twist!

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    Christmas parties aren’t just about work colleagues getting together to let off some steam, though. These days, families and friends can live and work far apart from their loved ones, but at Christmas it is the chance for everyone to get together. If this is the only time during the year that you see everyone face to face, it’s even more important to do. But if you see one another on a more regular basis, there is still something super special about gathering together during the festive period to pull a cracker, wear a funny hat, tell terrible jokes, and eat amazing food. Thai Terre can give you the chance to do exactly that.

    So, whether you are organizing your work’s Christmas party, or you’re gathering your friends and family from near and far together for your annual Yuletide meal, do something different. Try something new. Christmas is all about traditions, it’s true, but sometimes new traditions need to be made, and visiting Thai Terre to eat superb Thai food in a gorgeous restaurant with a fun, vibrant, yet cosy atmosphere… well, there couldn’t be anything more festive.

    Speak to us today about arranging a Christmas meal that will never be forgotten – we’ll do everything we can to make it the best you’ve ever had. Forget Turkey, it’s time to try Thai!

     

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