Mowgli Street Food is opening at Grand Central by the end of September, offering simple Indian street food.
YouTube Vlogger Nisha Katona owns the restaurant which originated in Liverpool.
Mowgli will opening in the centres casual dining area next to Tapas Revolution and Pho. Serving home style fresh food including tiffin boxes.
Mowgli sets itself up as taste of adventure with their famous yogurt chat Bombs at the heart of the menu.
The menu will include many vegan dishes and will now doubt be popular amongst veggies and vegans in Birmingham.
A healthy mix of good food and fun atmosphere awaits.
Watch this space for more news as I know it.
Laghi’s Deli has just opened on Islington Row just off Five Ways island.
Italian delights a plenty, home made breads, cakes, homemade pasta you name it it’s here. They also do Aperativi. The aperitivo period after work in Italy when for the price of a cocktail or wine finger foods can be enjoyed alongside. So try focaccia, olives or cheese maybe. Heaven! Is there a finer time in Italy? From 5-7pm
Oh and good coffee…but of course.
They also stock an impressive range of wine.
The 40 cover restaurant bar is open for brunch, lunch and dinner.
Expect a visit from me, to sample their wares, at some point… could be the Italian gaff I’ve been dreaming of for Brum!
Laghi’s is open from 8am-11.30pm Mondays to Saturdays.
Vegan Mex it Up are presenting An American Affair on Saturday 30th September at The Pie Shop in Stirchley on the Pershore Road.
The menu is below:
Booking via email@example.com
The Vegan Cakery will be providing the desert.
Mex it up have also been nominated for best vegan caterer. You can vote for them below.
As mentioned in the previous Tasty Morsels, The Indian Streatery is now open for business with a great selection of veggie and Vegan dishes. The menu is below:
Find it on Hill Street just off New Street in Birmingham City Centre.
I Can’t wait to try it out.
Las Iguanas opened on Temple Street in the city centre on the 28th August. The Latin American themed restaurant has many vegetarian dishes and a devoted Vegan menu on offer. Plus 2-4-1 cocktails all day every day. They are also still open in The Arcadian area of Brum.
Anther new Indian Street Food eatery is due to open in Birmingham City Centre on Navigation Street this month. Tamatanga is Nottingham based for over ten years and is now opening up a flag ship restaurant in Brum. Authentic Indian dishes will be served all day including breakfast and the restaurant will be completely family friendly.
Open from 7.30am food will include breakfast items and thali’s and small plates, 3 dishes for £15 and five for £23.
Veggie Dishes include Chaat, veg samosas, chilli paneer and a dish called ragda Pattice, crispy potato cakes on masala yellow peas, with homemade chutneys.
Cocktails are also served.
They will have crayons, high chairs and kids menus.
Sounds a brilliant family restaurant.
Can’t wait to try it.
Vegetarian restaurant Bistro 1847 are offering 50% off in Birmingham this month (September). For tables up to 4 people, when booking quote September50 in the comments section online and receive the deal on their a la Carte menu.
Sounds veggie and vegan heaven to me.
And another new kid on the block is Grit -Food and Drink- opening at the space in the Jewellery Quarter vacated later this month by the excellent Two Cats Kitchen.
The former Jewellery workshop on Warstone lane will be serving affordable quality food from an A la Carte menu. More neighbourhood restaurant than fine fine dining a sample menu highlights some lovely sounding veggie dishes such as caramelised cauliflower, scorched salad , truffle, cheddar and sunflower seed. Using some of the old Two Cats team this opening sounds right nip my street and offers the type of food I love.
Can’t wait, Standby for more details when I have them.
Open October 17th.
And finally Brewdog in Birmingham have a showcase and meet the brewer on Friday September 8th with Kings Heath, Vegan Brewery Glasshouse Beer Co.
Showcasing 4 beers, Vermont Pale, IPA, Choccy Milk, and Stout and Raspberry Pale.
A Brewery to keep an eye on, but of course I’m biased.
Oh, and Ben and Jerry’s are now selling Vegan ice Cream across U.K. Supermarket s. Check out the flavours below. Enjoy.
That’s all for now folks.
Thanks for reading,
All images and photos courtesy of restaurants and breweries apart from where stated.