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NEW: Alderley Edge Gets Mughli

Top Indian restaurant teams up with top city chef for Cheshire pop-up

Written by . Published on November 19th 2014.


NEW: Alderley Edge Gets Mughli
 

ALDERLEY Edge is in for a Christmas treat, and it has nothing to do with 4x4 Porsche Cayennes, smiley Celine bags or snorty, snotty little pugs.

"We had been talking with Chef Gale for some time and when we were asked to launch a pop-up restaurant in one of our favourite suburbs, it seemed the perfect fit"

Mughli, one of Curry Mile's few non-bobbins Indian restaurants, is teaming up with David Gale, former Hilton Deansgate Chef and Lawn Club's recent Executive Chef, on a Christmas pop-up restaurant for Alderley Edge.

Chef David Gale (centre) was most recently Executive Chef at Spinningfields' Lawn ClubChef David Gale (centre) most recently took the Executive Chef position at Spinningfields' Lawn Club

The Railway Cafe - located close by the Alderley Edge train station on Heyes Lane - will open for ten weeks from the first week in December offering Indian small plates.

The station pop-up will also feature a gin bar headed up by Fever Tree Tonics bartender, Craig Harper, and Manchester bartender Jamie Jones, who scooped the 'World's Best Gin Bartender' at a competition in France last year.

The Railway Cafe is the latest business venture from the four Mughli brothers who also run Curry Mile's Mughli, Knutford's Mughli, Damson & Co. coffee shop in London's Soho, and have just started work on a new brasserie to open in Battersea next year.

Mughli bros Sax and Haz Arshad said (in perfect unison):

"We had been talking with Chef Gale for some time and when we were asked to launch a pop-up restaurant in one of our favourite suburbs, it seemed the perfect fit for the exciting, collaborative style of menu we were looking to introduce to the North West."

www.mughli.com/manchester

The Railway Cafe, 7 London Road, Alderley Edge, SK9 7JT (in the former Alderley Balti unit)

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7 comments so far, continue the conversation, write a comment.

Moira GatelyNovember 20th 2014.

On your doorstep Natalie & Dave. X

pollolocoNovember 20th 2014.

Not located at the Railway station....lazy journalism once again.

4 Responses: Reply To This...
Nic PickyNovember 20th 2014.

What's the problem? "The Railway Cafe - located close by the Alderley Edge train station on Heyes Lane"

pollolocoNovember 20th 2014.

they've now changed the editorial....well done!

Nic PickyNovember 20th 2014.

Knickers. Twist.

AnonymousNovember 27th 2014.

Well done Polloloco, at least you know it's a 'railway station' and not a 'train station' like so many other people. Which came first - the railway or the train?

EditorialNovember 20th 2014.

The address is listed at the bottom, Polloloco.

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