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Restaurants
Walton-on-Thames
Town Centre
The Mogul

The Mogul

Indian, Asian, Bangladeshi

Dishes priced around£11

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About The Mogul

BYO
Family-friendly ✨
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Air conditioning
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Tuesday
Closed
Wednesday
5:00 pm - 10:30 pm
Thursday
5:00 pm - 10:30 pm
Friday
5:00 pm - 10:30 pm
Saturday
5:00 pm - 10:30 pm
Sunday
5:00 pm - 10:30 pm
Monday
5:00 pm - 10:30 pm

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More about the restaurant: The Mogul

The Mogul is a Fast Food Restaurant located at 66 Terrace Road, Town Centre, Walton-on-Thames KT12 2SD. The Mogul is a popular spot in the Town Centre area. Whether you're looking for a light bite or the full foodie experience, explore the dishes at The Mogul and experience authentic Indian food in Walton-on-Thames.

Frequently asked questions

Does The Mogul serve Indian food?

Yes, the restaurant The Mogul serves Indian food and also serves Asian, Bangladeshi food.

Does the restaurant The Mogul have parking?

No, the restaurant The Mogul has no parking.

Thinking about making a The Mogul booking?

Authentic indian cuisine-The Mogul located in the 66 Terrace Road,Walton-on-Thames, Surrey,KT12 2SD We warmly welcome you to try our famous Chicken Jalfrezi, Tikka Massala and Lamb Shashlick; all very popular among our regular patrons. If you would like to know what is Mughal Court Cooking? then those truly interested in the art of “Indian” food will know that the artists in this field are largely Bangladeshies and majority of Bangladeshi, Indian style of preparing food has Afghan/Turkish/Iranian roots-legacy of Muslims rules in South East Asia. The Nawab of Bangla had greater usage of spices similar to their Indian counterparts(Mughal's).