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Restaurante Indiano

Mowgli Street Food

24 moradores locais recomendam · Preço estimado 2 de 4 ·

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Pete
Pete
March 16, 2020
Bright and bold Indian street food that’ll zap you full of energy. Mowgli was set up to challenge the idea that British ‘Indian food’ is limited to the high-calorie naans and chicken tikka masala you’ll find on hundreds of high streets. This is Indian food done the traditional way, and it’s exactly…
Kez
Kez
February 18, 2020
Awesome Indian street food with great vibe! Really good cocktails too.
Sadie & Johnny
Sadie & Johnny
August 25, 2019
If you like Indian cuisine this popular restaurant is a must visit. Just 10 mins in a cab or 20 mins on a Bus or Train.
Dave
Dave
August 11, 2019
Best and classiest genuine Indian food I've ever tasted; the sticky ribs dish is unmissable. Fabulous and stylish restaurant with great staff.
William
William
July 29, 2019
Delicious Indian food.

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Localização
69 Bold St
England, L1 4EZ
Telefone+44 151 708 9356
Reservas
Não
Cartões de crédito
Sim
Mesas ao ar livre
Não
Menus
Almoço, janta, dessert
Bebidas
Beer, vinho, bar completo, coquetéis
Opções de jantar
Atendimento na mesa, atendimento no bar, sem entrega a domicílio
Banheiro
Sim
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