Tasty gets £2.5m finance boost

Tasty gets £2.5m finance boost

Tasty, the casual-dining group founded by serial restaurant entrepreneurs Adam and Sam Kaye, has today announced a new £2.5m banking agreement.

The three-year revolving deal will provide finance, in addition to the firm's existing cash resources, to allow continued expansion of Tasty's restaurant estate.

The company announced earlier this year that it was to convert three of its 18 restaurants to the Wildwood brand in 2012. Tasty operates a further six sites under the Dim T brand.

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By Janie Manzoori-Stamford

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