A new Indian restaurant is set to join the offering at Maidenhead's Waterside Quarter.

Bombay Story is launching its second restaurant after success in Wokingham.

The restaurant is inspired by the lively Mumbai street-food scene and offers a variety of dishes from street-food to curries and biriyanis, all curated by an experienced management team and award-winning chefs.

Bombay Story will welcome customers in from Friday, March 29 with an open invitation to the public to pop in and enjoy the new offering.

As part of its opening extravaganza, Bombay Story is offering a complimentary street food dish and drink to all guests ordering a main dish throughout Easter weekend and the month of April

Bombay Story founders Jey and Anita said: “Waterside Quarter was an obvious choice for our second restaurant thanks to its strong community feel and beautiful waterside location.

"We are thrilled to be bringing Bombay Story to Maidenhead and offering the very best food and service to our guests.

"We are keen for diners to try as many of our dishes as possible, as there is something to suit all tastebuds and a huge variety of authentic flavours on offer."

Bombay Story is the latest restaurant to open at Waterside Quarter, closely following the recent successful launch of ToMo Tankovna and joining local favourites El Cerdo, Sauce & Flour, Bardo Lounge and Coppa Club.