An Indian restaurant has set out plans to move into the newly developed Waterside Quarter in Maidenhead.

Bombay Story, who already have a restaurant in Wokingham, has submitted a planning application to the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead to erect signage outside Unit B The Colonnade.

The Waterside Quarter is the name of a new development in Maidenhead, which has seen apartment blocks erected around a new waterway, with eateries and bars popping up in the area.

Sauce and Flour, Coppa Club, Bardo Lounge and El Cerdo are among the names to have opened eateries on the block.

Speaking of his plans to open in Maidenhead, Jey Sachchi, CEO of Bombay Story said: "I am thrilled to be opening my second Indian restaurant in Maidenhead.

"It is an amazing location and we have great partners in Sorbon Estates.

"Bombay Story in Wokingham serves the finest food and drink with exceptional service, welcoming all for brunch, lunch and dinner.

"Maidenhead gives us more space and opportunity to continue our journey and reach even greater heights.

"I look forward to welcoming you to my new venture and introducing quality you may never have tasted before with a memorable dining experience.

Bombay Story serves flavours inspired by Mumbai street food.