August 2017: Grand Central Birmingham has announced the latest addition to its impressive array of restaurant choices which will be opening in September, 2017.
Mowgli, an Indian street food restaurant, is owned by a celebrity YouTube vlogger, Nisha Katona who gave up her highly successful career as a barrister to pursue her dream of bringing an authentic Indian dining experience to the West.
The new restaurant will feature alongside other popular eateries within Grand Central including Tapas Revolution, Pho and Tortilla, all of which have flourished since launch.
Shoppers can get a taste of India with Mowgli serving up a concept based on how Indians eat in their homes and on the street, pared back and unplugged, boasting a selection of small plates designed to feed the yearning that Indians have for bright, intense, rich flavours.
The epitome of which are the restaurant’s famous Yoghurt Chat Bombs – the absolute heart of Mowgli that give diners an explosion of flavour like no other. Rather than a quiet or intimate dining experience, Mowgli is about the taste adventure.
Michaela Moore, General Manager for Bullring and Grand Central, said:
We are thrilled to be welcoming Mowgli into Grand Central’s tasty line-up of food choices. We’re sure they will prove a big hit with shoppers and food fans. The offering is a unique food and drink concept and complements the other restaurant and café options available here at Grand Central very well.
Nisha Katona, curry evangelist and owner of Mowgli, spoke about the opening:
I am very excited about taking Mowgli to Birmingham and particularly to Grand Central
says Nisha, who has written for the Daily Telegraph, The Sunday Times and The Independent and filmed for the BBC, ITV, Channel 4 and Food Network.
Mowgli is about smash and grab zing of honest, home style, fresh food and it strikes me that Grand Central customers are all about this kind of edgy offer, so we think the restaurant will be very well received
With two sites in Liverpool and one in Manchester, Mowgli will be opening in Grand Central in Birmingham in September this year, in the available unit opposite Tapas Revolution.
So, whether you’re a single diner grabbing a Mowgli Chip Butty on your lunch hour, or a large corporate party, Mowgli is a warm welcoming home from home for all.