A new Indian street food kitchen looks set to open up in a former pub that has housed a string of unsuccessful restaurants.

Signs have appeared in the window of the Bombay Grill and Salad restaurant along the A40 London Road in Wooburn Moor that suggest it is going to become 'Rickshaw', an Indian street food eatery.

It is not clear when Rickshaw is going to open - it has a private Instagram page that says it will be "opening soon".

The page describes its offering as "street food with a twist".

The building, which is on the corner of the A40 and Watery Lane, used to be the Mother Redcap pub before it was turned into a string of restaurants that have been marred with issues.

Eateries it has been transformed into over the years include Ivory, an Indian and European restaurant, Bombay Dream, which was shut down by the council after cockroaches were found in the kitchen, Memsaab, a curry house that was slapped with a £30,000 fine for employing illegal workers and then ill-fated Romanian restaurant La Limor.

Most recently, it has been Bombay Grill and Salad, which opened in June 2020 amid the Covid-19 pandemic.

The building is known as Restaurant House and shares the premises with shisha bar 6ix Lounge and burger takeaway Fat Joe's.