Mowgli, Manchester is a relaxed and inviting Indian restaurant with a menu of fresh and flavourful street food and home-kitchen dishes. The interior is light and spacious with a rustic yet contemporary look. You will find warm modern lighting, exposed brick walls and stripped-back wooden tables.
The menu is divided into different areas, including the house kitchen, street food, the Hindu kitchen and the pot-luck tiffin boxes for one. When opting for the tiffin boxes you can choose between 4 tiers of meat or veg. these dishes a regularly changing and chosen by the chef.
The street food menu includes plenty of tempting-sounding dishes such as the Mowgli chip butty which is made with a roti wrap, turmeric fries, pickle, onion, and tomato relish, and the popular Bhel Puri which is puffed rice with peanuts and a sweet & sour dressing.
Other dishes on the menu include the house chicken curry which is made with fragrant curry leaves, coconut milk and ground almonds, and the Mowgli house keema which is a succulent roast lamb dish made with roast cumin, cloves, nutmeg and cinnamon.
When it comes to desserts you will find popular dishes such as Gulab Jamun on the menu, as well as a Mowgli chocolate brownie served warm with ice cream, and a selection of homemade ice cream in flavours such as pink Himalayan salted caramel, mango and watermelon.
You will also find a selection of night-caps on the menu including a smoked cardamon old fashioned, and a masala espresso martini. There is also a menu of fresh tea, coffee and hot chocolate. Plus a large wine, beer and spirits menu.
Mowgli has a generous and varied gluten-free menu, as well as a great vegan menu and a children’s menu which features dishes such as butter chicken and rice, and kid’s gunpowder chicken with fries.