Set inside an “elegantly” high-ceilinged building, the brand said the space will be the home to the “fresh, light zing of Indian food unplugged”.
Founder of Mowgli, Nisha Katona, said: “It took us ages to find the right corner of this incredible city, but you asked for a Mowgli in Bristol and we trawled long and hard ever since.”
“There are many old buildings like this in India from a bygone era into which life and trees and food markets sneak and grow respectfully, exotically. I will bring my trees and lanterns, branches and ropes with our chat bombs and cheese toast and gunpowder chicken” says Katona.”
He added: “Mowgli is not about the intimate, hushed dining experience” says Katona. Mowgli is about how Indians eat in the privacy of their home kitchens and favourite lunchtime street stalls.
“We hope diners will love Mowgli’s passion for healthy, fresh Indian food. The menu is entirely comprised of dishes from my family’s recipes.”