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Popular Indian street food chain reveals plans for new Lincoln branch

Moving into the former Two Seasons

By Local Democracy Reporter

Indian tapas chain Mowgli Street Food is looking to open a new branch on Lincoln High Street.

The popular brand, which is well known for serving up curries and street food specials, will soon be taking over the former Two Seasons store near House of Fraser.

Mowgli Street Food will soon be taking over the former Two Seasons store | Photo: The Lincolnite

A notice has been placed in the window of the ex-skatewear shop, revealing that the company has submitted an application to City of Lincoln Council for the sale of alcohol and the provision of late-night refreshments.

Food is served in tiffins, giving a restaurant experience similar to that on the streets of New Delhi.

A notice has been placed in the former Two Seasons window | Photo: The Lincolnite

Menu highlights include Mother Butter Chicken, the Monkey Wrap, Treacle Tamarind Fries and Picnic Potato Curry. There are also alternative vegan and gluten-friendly menus available.

An official opening date is yet to be announced.

| Photo: Mowgli

Two Seasons first closed its doors without warning in August 2020 as the company went into administration.

It was later saved by a previous owner and reopened in June of the following year, but ultimately struggled with supply after the COVID-19 pandemic.

The store then closed for a second time in August 2022 and has been left vacant ever since.

The Lincolnite has reached out to Mowgli Street Food for more details, but there has been no response at the time of publication.

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