Mughlai (not a typo) cuisine has its roots in North Indian and Central Asian cooking, and started to be developed back in the realms of medieval India. Now you've learnt something, how's about a deal? A second-generation family operation run by two brothers, Mughli Market's got 25% off its food menu on weekdays in January, an offer that was subject to the approval of the pair's number one adviser — their Mum. And if you show the team this email, they'll extend the discount right through the weekends, for tables of up to four. Dealing in street food style Mughlai staples, you'll get the most out of the small plates of traditional puffs, pastries and skewers (from £3.50) if you're one of life's sharers. No judgment shall pass if it's a plate of food all to yourself that is required. There's a selection of slow-cooked curries to get close to, which have been perfected over the years Mughli has operated on Manchester's Curry Mile. Or go grilled with dishes like red snapper, kaffir lime and Thai basil (£9.90) or lamb chops with tamarind and honey glaze (pictured, £10.50). Open in Selfridges' Food Hall from 12pm daily.
T&C: Max table 4 per email. Drinks to be paid in full. Service charge of 10% on top of final bill (fee goes to staff). Must show this I Choose Birmingham email if dining on a Saturday or Sunday. Offer expires at the end of January.
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