The former Santander bank in Windsor could become a South Indian restaurant


A former major bank may reopen as a new Indian restaurant. The former Santander at 97 Peascod Street, Windsor, could become a vegetarian restaurant specializing in South Indian cuisine according to plans filed by Manali Ltd.

The city’s Santander branch closed on August 5 last year. it was one of 111 branches across the country announced to be closing in March 2021.

In a statement submitted with the app, the developer said: “The business will be a 100% pure vegetarian restaurant specializing in South Indian dishes and will also offer vegan options. The 4 main specialty dishes are the sloth, dosa, vada and sambar.We are passionate about delivering high quality foods using only fresh ingredients and positive nutrition.

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“Overall we think the proposal is a simple conversion, which would be simple to do in terms of construction. The new restaurant would work well in Peascod Street, giving vibrancy and diversity. The food sold will be of high quality, healthy options.”

An application has been made to the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead. The board will make a decision on the scheme in the coming weeks.

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