Hospitality group to expand East Yorkshire presence with new Portuguese restaurant in Beverley

New Portuguese restaurant Casa Peri Peri is opening soon at Beverley’s Flemingate centre.

Yorkshire-based hospitality business Dabangg Group has announced it is opening a new Portuguese restaurant in East Yorkshire.

Casa Peri Peri is taking up a unit at Beverley’s Flemingate centre as the chain expands from its original roots in Wakefield.

It will be the second restaurant at Flemingate owned by The Dabangg Group, which already operates the popular Brazilian grill house Estábulo in Beverley.

The new restaurant in East Yorkshire will create 20 jobs, joining a host of successful dining options at Flemingate.

Flemingate is owned and operated by Hull-based property development and management business Wykeland Group, which has secured another high-quality offering for East Yorkshire’s leading retail and leisure destination.

Zac Issak, owner of The Dabangg Group, which is bringing Casa Peri Peri to Flemingate, said: “We’re thrilled to be bringing our most popular Portuguese flavours to Beverley and can’t wait to open our doors to customers.

“Through our sister restaurant, Estábulo, we’ve been at the heart of Flemingate’s food scene for many years now and have seen the centre expand its offering of high-quality venues.

“We’re sure visitors to Casa Peri Peri will love our dishes, which are perfect for families and a broad range of diners.”

The Dabangg Group is a growing Yorkshire-based hospitality business, which also operates the original Casa Peri Peri in Wakefield; Japanese/Brazilian tapas restaurant SakkuSamba; British brasserie Fléur Restaurant; and IKARO, a high-end restaurant and late night bar which will open soon in Manchester.

Casa Peri Peri’s signature dishes include pulled beef burgers, a peri peri mixed grill platter and rice bowls with peri peri toppings.

Desserts on the menu range from an Oreo cheesecake and hot fudge brownie sizzler to classics including sticky toffee pudding and ice cream.

The word “casa” in Latin translates as “house”, so Casa Peri Peri is, quite literally, a peri peri house.

Peri peri sauce was originally produced by the Portuguese in Southern Africa and has since become a popular global cuisine flavour.

Casa Peri Peri will become the newest culinary arrival at Flemingate, hot on the heels of American-themed diner Beverley Hills Diner & Bar which opened in July.

David Donkin, Property Director at Wykeland Group, said: “The forthcoming opening of Casa Peri Peri at Flemingate builds on a successful relationship we’ve had with Zac and the team at Estábulo for a number of years now.

“We were delighted to hear of their ambitions to open another restaurant at Flemingate and Casa Peri Peri is a perfect fit for the centre.

“We’d like to send our best wishes to all of the team at Casa Peri Peri for their opening. We know diners in Beverley and beyond will be looking forward to another exciting addition to the food and drink options at Flemingate.”

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