Indian street food restaurant Mowgli to open in Beverley
Indian street food restaurant Mowgli has announced that it will open a new location in Beverley next year. The popular chain already has restaurants in Leeds, Manchester, Liverpool and more.
The restaurant, which serves deliciously authentic Indian street food, offers a range of plant-based and meat options to suit every palate. Fans of the restaurant will be delighted to hear that the Beverley branch will open in 2023.
Other new sites for the chain include Glasgow, Preston, Brighton, Bristol and Edinburgh. Announcing the news on Instagram, the team behind Mowgli wrote: “Mowgli Beverley confirmed!! We will be opening there next year.
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“We had classy friends in Beverley and I have such fond memories of my time there. Thanks for reminding me of those of you who did!
“My real estate strategy for Mowgli has always been, from the start, to go where you ask us! Accordingly, we are taking Mowgli to Glasgow next week, Preston in July, Brighton Mowgli is aiming for November, Bristol, Edinburgh and Beverley will be aim for early 2023.
“The hunt continues for Newcastle, Cambridge, York and the like but I expect reasonable rents. I’m excited for growth as for every Mowgli we create 30 jobs, aim to pay over £40,000 a year to local charities and sponsor one child in need for every full-time employee.
“I remain Executive Chef, everything is cooked fresh to my recipes every morning and every day we know we are as good as our last curry. Growth doesn’t mean dilution if it’s done with heart.
“I appreciate your company on this incredible journey beyond words, dear Mowglites. It can be very lonely and daunting, but I must keep my eyes on Mowgli’s simple growth to enrich life in the towns where we have arrived. .
“That’s all I have to want to do and do it slowly and steadily…and with your gentle guidance.”
You can find out more about Mowgli by by clicking here.
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