Mouchak Street brings Birmingham some Indian


The tastes of Bombay have inspired the opening of a new traditional Indian street food eatery in Birmingham.

Located in the heart of Small Heath on Coventry Road, Mouchak Street says it aims at serving “delicious food from the heart of a Bombay street in the comfort and contemporary surroundings of our restaurant in Small Heath”.

The 40-seater restaurant’s pizza and grill menu has derived inspiration from a world-famous, iconic Bombay street food stall called Bademiya’s where dishes are cooked fresh to order over a flaming robato grill and served sizzling hot straight to the table.

With 13 types of traditional pizzas, and a selection of what are known as pizza sandwiches, they also offer a number of grills and signatire kebabs too.

In addition, there’s 11 burgers that include the Charcoal Chicken or Beef Boom Burger whose buns are said to be made of a “super healthy charcoal bun full of anti oxidants”.

Mouchak Street
528 Coventry Road, Birmingham, B10 0UN .

T: +44 (0)121 753 5874 | W: | E: [email protected]

Opening Hours: Mon-Sun 11:00-23:00

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