Mowgli street food swings in to Birmingham

By Sophie Witts contact

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Mowgli street food swings in to Birmingham

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Indian street food brand Mowgli has opened its debut Birmingham restaurant ahead of plans to expand across the UK.

The group has launched a 128-cover site in the city’s Grand Central shopping centre serving sharing plates, 'Indian school' tiffin boxes and its signature yoghurt chat bombs. 

It comes after Mowgli received £3.45m in funding from private equity company​ ​Foresight Group in July to support the roll-out of its restaurants.

The group was founded by former barrister and food writer Nisha Katona in Liverpool in 2014 and currently operates two sites in its home city and one in Manchester’s Corn Exchange.

It is also set to open in Leeds in early 2018.

“We take our customers on a culinary adventure to experience the true taste of India, and we are thrilled to finally share what Mowgli is all about with the people of Birmingham,” says Katona.

“We are excited to grow the brand across the UK, and with its direct connection to the busy station and Bulling, Grand Central has proved to be the perfect location for our most southern site and the next stage in our countrywide expansion.”

Bruce Gillingham Pollard acted for Grand Central. Mowgli dealt directly.

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