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Mowgli street-food restaurant heading to Cheshire Oaks

3 November 2020

Mowgli Street Food was first launched in 2014 in Liverpool by founder Nisha Katona, who wanted to build an eatery serving the kind of food Indians eat at home and on the street, giving up her 20-year career as a barrister to do so.

Sine then, nine further restaurants followed, and now Nisha has revealed the next restaurant launch will be at the McArthurGlen Cheshire Oaks Designer Outlet, with the opening scheduled for Spring 2021.

She wrote: "So happy to be able to share some good news-green shoots of growth and hope nudging up through these autumn days. Mowgli Cheshire Oaks will be coming to you this spring!

"I searched high and low for place to take Mowgli to my home crowds of Wirral, Cheshire and North Wales. Cheshire Oaks sits slap bang in the middle of the places I hang out. Wheelchair friendly for Ma, dog friendly for the girls and creating at least 40 new jobs in these days of need."

Last year Nisha was awarded an MBE in the 2019 New Year Honours list for services to the food industry.

Since launching, Mowgli has raised nearly £750,000 for national and regional charities, and Nisha noted that she's keen to hear suggestions for the new branch:

"We will be looking for a house charity with whom to share our journey. This journey that right now, takes every ounce of faith and courage and hope."

Any charity suggestions can be e-mailed to

(via Chester Standard)