Meejana, the Lebanese restaurant concept, has secured its third site, in Windsor.
Replacing Indian fusion restaurant Dhinchak on Church Lane, Meejana is set to open after refurbishing the site.
Edward Terry, director at Meejana, said: “We are very pleased and excited with the purchase of this property. We have been searching for a site in Windsor for a while and are thrilled to be opening our third restaurant. Windsor is a beautiful, historic and bustling town and we look forward to welcoming not only visitors to the area, but also the many local residents.
“It was 11 years ago that we acquired our first restaurant in Weybridge, followed by our restaurant in Kensington in 2014, and we are now delighted to be further expanding our portfolio.
“Our aim is to make this restaurant the place to dine when visiting Windsor. The kitchen is the engine room of the business and our chefs can’t wait to start cooking in it. As with our other restaurants, we will be serving our famous homemade Lebanese cuisine.”
Christie & Co handled the sale of the leasehold for an asking price of £120,000.