Instagrammable Indian Restaurant Known For Swings & Chip Butties Is Coming To Beverley

Instagrammable Indian Restaurant Known For Swings & Chip Butties Is Coming To Beverley

Exciting news for Indian food fans in the market town of Beverley as popular Asian street food restaurant Mowgli has just announced they are opening a brand new restaurant – their very first in East Yorkshire.

Serving up delicious authentic Indian street food, Mowgli offers a mouth-watering menu that caters for vegans and meat lovers alike. They serve small plates that aim to represent the way the people of India eat in the privacy of their homes and on their streets.

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Credit: Mowgli

Earmarked to open in 2023, Mowgli was founded by Nisha Katona back in Liverpool, and is known for its incredible decor that includes swings, birdcages and tons of pretty lighting.

A relatively new voice for Indian food, created to highlight the lightness, freshness, and virtuosity of the food that Indians eat every day at home and on the streets, Mowgli is all about authenticity – bringing a more accurate representation of Indian culture than often found in our typical Anglo-infused Indian restaurants here in the UK.

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Credit: Mowgli

The new restaurant is set to take over the former Solita site across the road from Beaver and will be an exciting new addition to the town.

The restaurant chain is fast expanding and popping up in new locations including York, Glasgow, Preston, Brighton, Bristol, and Edinburgh – following success in cities such as Leeds and Manchester.

Announcing the news on their social channels, Mowgli wrote: “Mowgli Beverley is confirmed!! We will open there next year.

“We had posh friends in Beverley and I have such fond memories of staying there. Thankyou for reminding me those of you who did!

Credit: Mowgli

“My property strategy for Mowgli has always been, from the beginning, to go where you ask for us! As a result we are taking Mowgli to Glasgow next week, Preston in July, Brighton Mowgli aims for November, Bristol, Edinburgh and Beverley will aim for early 2023.

“The hunt goes on for Newcastle, Cambridge, York and the like but I wait for sensible rents. I’m full of enthusiasm for growth because for every Mowgli we create 30 jobs, aim to pay over £40,000 per year to local charities and sponsor a child in need for every full-time employee.

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Credit: Mowgli

“I remain executive chef, everything is cooked fresh to my recipes every morning and every day we know we are only as good as our last curry. Growth does not mean dilution if it’s done with heart.

“I appreciate your company on this incredible journey beyond words dearest Mowglites. It can be very lonely and daunting but I must keep my eyes on simply growing Mowgli to enrich lives in the cities we got to.

“That’s all I’ve got to want to do and do it slow and steady….and with your gentle guidance.”

Find out more here.

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