Mowgli Street Food

Mowgli Street Food

Started by well-known restaurateur, author and TV presenter, Nisha Katona, Mowgli’s mission is to bring authentic Indian street food to the masses. 

Mowgli Street Food is an established name in cities like Liverpool, Birmingham and Cardiff. It is dimly lit and has dark wood furnishings, but an authentic street food vibe pervades through the restaurant.

This aesthetically beautiful restaurant is decorated with rope swing seats, bare brick walls, twinkling birdcage lights, pretty trees and quirky ghee tins to hold the cutlery on each table.

Dishes are mostly sharing plate size and the menu is split into five sections. These include Street Chaat, Street Meats, Hindu Kitchen, House Kitchen and Carbs.

Presenting creative cocktails and delicious food in tiny milk bottles and tiffin boxes, Mowgli should be on every Indian street food lover’s list!

For restaurant address and timings, please visit – https://www.mowglistreetfood.com/

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