A new Pan-Asian restaurant has launched in Windsor.

Banana Tree opened to the public on Monday, September 4 after giving away free treats in pre-bookings to eager guests.

The award-winning chain boasts a wide range of dishes, including it's famous katsu curry - which comes in chicken and vegan options.

The chain says it is the "best katsu in town" offering a "mouth-watering" sauce alongside chicken or vegan bites, Japanese rice, edamame and house pickles.

Today, more than 40 per cent of Banana Tree's menu is plant based.

A total of 1,000 free katsu curries were given away to celebrate the launch of the Windsor restaurant.

The brand-new restaurant, located at the site of the former Café Rouge on Thames Street, features 116 indoor covers, and a further 86 outside.  

Anne Chow, Managing Director at Banana Tree, said: “We’re really excited to open a brand-new site in Windsor and can’t wait to show locals what we have to offer.

"Our all-day 2-for-1 cocktail offer, along with our express lunch menu, means we’ve got something for everyone, whether they’re looking for a light lunch or a Pan-Asian Feast.”

Banana Tree hand-picks the best dishes from Thailand, Singapore, Indonesia, Vietnam and Malaysia to feature on its menu, from soups and salads to wok-tossed noodles, stir-fries and curries, as well as South-East Asia-inspired desserts and cocktails.