A new Eastern fusion restaurant has opened in the space formerly occupied by Kathmandu Kitchen.
Jojo Aalay, which roughly translates as 'older brother, younger brother', has taken over the unit on Ashley Road.
The new restaurant has broadened its culinary offer from its predecessor and offers a mix of Nepalese, Japanese and Thai food.
Co-owner Siddarth Lama, who hails from Darjeeling in India close to the Nepalese border, said that Jojo Aalay had a completely new team of kitchen staff who were bringing a new taste and style to the restaurant.
He said: "Altrincham is a very good place and the people are very nice. I think there's a space in the market for Eastern fusion.
"Since we opened I have been asking everyone what they think of the food and they have all said it is very good and they would like to come again."
The new menu includes a range of Japanese sushi, Thai plates such as Pad Thai, Yaki Udon and Thai Red Curry, and special Nepali dishes including Momo and Karahi.
Lama is still splitting his time between Altrincham and Hong Kong - where he has been living for the past few years - but is in the process of joining his wife and two young daughters in Altrincham full time.
He said that Kathmandu Kitchen had closed earlier in the month because the owners had opted to take up an opportunity to work at one of their family's other restaurants in Portugal.
Here's how the new restaurant looks inside: