Tasty, the restaurant group led by Jonny Plant, has secured two new sites in Cambridgeshire. The group has acquired the former Curry’s unit in Ely. It is due to commence fit out shortly with an opening in April / May of this year expected for the restaurant, which will operate under the group’s Wilwood pizza and pasta concept. The company secured a new 25-year lease at a rent of £85,000 together with 6 months’rent free for the 4,600sq ft unit. The group is also believed to have secured the Brasserie Gerard site in Cambridge, which was part of the ex-Paramount Restaurants estate, for an undisclosed sum. It is thought that the group will also look to convert the site to a Wildwood. The group currently operates nine sites under its Wildwood brand and six under its Dim T format. It has already secured further sites to open under its Wildwood brand in Market Harborough, Leicestershire and Epping, Essex. Last October, it agreed to acquire two Café Pasta-branded units from Relish Restaurants for a total consideration of £640,000. The group agreed to acquire the two leasehold properties in Stratford-upon-Avon and in London’s Shaftesbury Avenue. Both will eventually be converted to the Wildwood brand. It is thought that the chain is also close to securing a flagship site in central London for Wildwood. Selsian acting on behalf of Tasty on the Ely site.