New Indian restaurant coming to Wilmslow

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A new Indian restaurant is preparing to open in Wilmslow town centre at the beginning of December.

Potyo will be located at Bank Square, in the premises previously occupied by King & Allen tailors.

The restaurant is a new venture for Jason Almeida and his wife Milena who has worked for Living Ventures with the Gusto, Australasia and Artisan brands. Whilst Jason has worked with Loch Fyne, Greene King, Chaophraya, Thaikhun and Reds True barbecue restaurants.

Speaking about why they decided to open a restaurant in Wilmslow, Jason said "We are residents locally and have always wanted to bring something special to the neighbourhood and with my roots from Goa in India and our travels across the country we will be offering something quiet unique in the coastal Indian cuisine."

The restaurant will be spread over three floors, with two private dining rooms and a bar.

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Clive Cooksey
Wednesday 17th November 2021 at 3:36 pm
30 to 40 yards away another long established Indian restaurant WHY set up another so close? In town and the surrounding area there are 10 more. Just how much curry are we supposed to eat??
Adam Bower
Friday 19th November 2021 at 8:16 pm
Maybe because it's popular Clive? Consumers dictate the trends. There maybe a few Indians around but we need less vacant properties and more independents which this appears to be. Also, you cannot generalise a culture, Indian food varies hugely from Northern to Southern India. I wish them well.
Dean Fitzpatrick
Sunday 28th November 2021 at 4:09 pm
Clive, this is coastal curry cuisine. If one has not sampled the delights of coastal curry cuisine you will be in for a delightful surprise. The Goa peninsula has delivered some of my most memorable curry dishes, I for one will be extremely interested to see how these offerings translate to the Wilmslow setting. But as Adam so rightly points out our national dish is extremely popular and one cannot have enough variation.

I too wish them well and look forward to their inclusion to the burgeoning wilmslow culinary makeup.

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