New restaurants coming to Manchester city centre

June 12, 2018 by  

Two new restaurants are set to open new branches in Manchester city centre in the coming weeks.

The two eateries, Friska and Mowgli, will become a feature of Manchester’s Oxford Road. The two companies are going to be part of a development called University Green. Flyer printing from Manchester can be useful for promoting offers in the food sector. The Corn Exchange already contains a Mowgli street food outlet.

Friska will be able to accommodate around 70 consumers. The design also includes study space. Practical features such as power sockets may prove to be successful. Friska opened another restaurant in Manchester recently. Ed Brown, a co-founder of Friska, is eager to expand and he is enthusiastic about the potential of the specific site. He is confident that the firm will deliver for academics and students alike.

The founder of Mowgli is Nisha Katona, with the company being created four years ago. It seems that there is a great match between what the restaurant will offer and what students may want. A big fan of Manchester, Katona was once a student in the city and she told the Manchester Evening News:

“I’m designing this Mowgli to feel light, airy, twinkling and organic. In my mind I see Apple shop meets Indian Courtyard…quite an exciting challenge.”

The new Mowgli will contain about 100 seats. The idea of the venture is that customers should be attracted by light and tasty Indian cuisine.