Nisha Katona
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Our latest guest on Grilling is a truly inspirational woman, who spent 20 years as a barrister in child protection before following her dream and opening a restaurant. Nisha Katona launched Mowgli Street Food in 2014 and has not looked back since, opening numerous outlets up and down the country. Here she tells Simon about the racist abuse she experienced growing up in Skelmersdale, her mum’s curried crispy pancakes, dating the school rebel, loving the law and the secrets of Mowgli’s success. They also come up with an unlikely premise for a soap opera entitled Chippy Dynasty. Watch this space ...    See for privacy and opt-out information.
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