Brothers Sam and Adam Kaye have upped their stakes in Tasty, the operator of the Dim T and Wildwood chains. Sam, who is the largest shareholder in the company and an executive director, invested £25,500 acquiring 50,000 further shares in the restaurant operator. This has taken his interest in the business to 9,177,207 shares, representing approximately 19.18% of its current issued share capital. Adam, who is a non-executive director of the group, also invested £25,500 acquiring 50,000 further shares in the restaurant operator. This has taken his interest in the business to 7,427,206 shares, representing approximately 15.53% of its current issued share capital. The Kaye brothers are also shareholders in their cousin Jonathan’s Prezzo business and the Richoux Group. Earlier this week, Tasty agreed to acquire two Café Pasta-branded units from Relish Restaurants for a total consideration of £640,000, which it plans to rebrand under its Wildwood format. The group, which is led by Jonny Plant, has agreed to acquire the two leasehold properties in Stratford-upon-Avon and in London’s Shaftesbury Avenue. The chain is to also open restaurants on the site of the White Lion pub in Harborough and the Unico unit on Epping high street. The group, which also operates six Dim T restaurants, is looking to open between six to eight sites over the next six months.