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Mowgli Street Food

Restaurants, Indian
5 out of 5 stars
(3user reviews)
Mowgli Street Food


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Feast on fresh Indian street food here in the heart of Manchester in the Corn Exchange.

Mowgli comes from former barrister Nisha Katona, who launched the Manchester restaurant in the revamped Corn Exchange following the success of the original site on Bold Street in Liverpool.

The menu of Indian street food dishes has been designed to mix and match with as many bites as your stomach can muster, with tiffin boxes as the focal point for those after an individual feast.

If instead you'd like to hand-pick your own spread from the rest of the menu, you'll be able to choose from the likes of tamarind treacle ribs, Mowgli house keema, mother butter chicken, fenugreek kissed fries, Mowgli slaw, tea steeped chickpeas, gunpowder chicken, green ginger and rhubarb dahl and much more.

There are also separate gluten free and vegan menus.

By: Jess Hardiman



Address: Manchester Corn Exchange Exchange Square
M4 3TR
Price: £25 and under

Users say (3)

5 out of 5 stars