Kassia opens Indian tapas restaurant in Milton KeynesHALAL STATUS Fully Halal food menu • Alcohol served
The first Kassia to open out of the Hampshire region has found a home in Buckinghamshire’s Milton Keynes.
Located in the picturesque village of Stony Stratford, this 90-cover restaurant on the High Street is said to be the first of many to open across the country.
Known for its signature mix of authentic Indian tapas, owner Kaz Miah from Portsmouth opened his first Kassia in Drayton in 2016 before opening one in Denmead.Advertisement Advertisement
“It’s the first restaurant that’s out of my comfort zone,” Kaz told MKFM before adding: “It’s exciting to see the unique concept of Kassia be experienced in another city.
“It’s something that we’re really passionate about so it’s amazing to share that further afield.”
Hoping that Kassia will eventually be a national chain and household name, Kaz said: “Our goal is for the restaurant to do well in serving the community, support local employment and continue to generate revenue to support our charitable causes in Bangladesh.
“The next step is to open up 10 restaurants and then go from there. We’d like to see a Kassia in Gunwharf next.”
50 High Street, Stony Stratford, Milton Keynes, MK11 1AQ.
Opening Hours: Mon CLOSED | Tue-Thur 17:00-23:00 | Fri-Sat 17:00-00:00 | Sun 17:00-22:00