Tasty is set to add two further sites to its Wildwood brand, after agreeing to acquire two Café Pasta-branded units from Relish Restaurants for a total consideration of £640,000. The group, which is led by Jonny Plant and backed by Sam and Adam Kaye, has agreed to acquire the two leasehold properties in Stratford-upon-Avon and in London’s Shaftesbury Avenue. The sites will continue to operate under the Café Pasta brand for at least 3 months after completion. The two sites will then close and be refurbished before reopening under the pizza and pasta concept. The company currently expects deal to will be complete by 28 November. The deal will leave one site operating under the Café Pasta brand in London’s Covent Garden. Earlier this year, Nando’s acquired the Cafe Pasta on Kensington High Street. Relish Restaurants, which is led by Ed Standring, placed its French Kitchen brand and sites in Chiswick and Holborn on the market last month as the company considers different opportunities in the sector. M&C Report understands that the group has reluctantly placed the sites on the market, but is looking to raise funds to invest in new projects. Both Kayes currently hold a c.28.5% stake in Café Pasta, with Adam a director. In a statement Tasty said that: “The directors of the company, having carefully considered the terms of the acquisition, consider them to be fair and reasonable insofar as the company's shareholders as a whole are concerned.” Tasty currently operates nine Wildwood restaurants,and has exchanged on sites in Epping, Essex and Market Harborough, Leicestershire. It is also thought to be close to agreeing a deal for a site in Ely, Cambridgeshire. The chain is to 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 under the over the next six months.