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Happy Easter from your favourite Indian Restaurant

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Easter is upon us, and what a busy one it's going to be. We're looking forward to it as it's going to be a great weekend in Sheffield.

Make sure you don't you miss out and pre-book online for you seat or takeaway; 01142 679846 for your special Balti, Karai, Tika Massalla or Saag special.We hope you enjoy 

We'd simply like to wish you a happy Easter weekend from the Mogul Room Team, Sheffield's best Indian restaurant.

So, how's the refurb gone?

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Sheffield's finest Indian Restaurant has just got even better!

So we had santa visit us just before Christmas 2014 and give the restaurant and staff a lovely makeover.

We thought we'd give you a little message to say thank you for all the unbelievable feedback we've received. It’s been such a great success, we couldn’t be happier.

From our new look restaurant, new look menu, new look staff and our Indian Restaurant food served in a new and unique way, it’s been a whirlwind wind few months and the people of Sheffield have loved The Mogul Room even more.

Successful Mothers Day

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Mothers Day a success.... We had hundreds of people in our restaurant throughout Mothers Day this year and what a pleasure it was.We recieved great feedback and have had some lovely Facebook posts from our guests along with some great snaps. It's always great to give something back to our customers and there was no better way than to let them eat at Sheffield's best Indian restaurant for free.I'm sure as this was such a success that we'll be following suit and doing more and more of these events....

Treat your mother for free this mothers day!

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Mother's Day, or Mothering Sunday, is now a day to honor mothers and other mother figures, such as grandmothers, stepmothers and mothers-in-law. Many people make a special effort to visit their mother. They take cards and gifts to her and may treat her to brunch, lunch or high tea in a cafe, restaurant or hotel. People who cannot visit their mother usually send gifts or cards to her.An important part of Mothering Sunday is giving cards and gifts. Common Mother's Day gifts are cakes, flowers, chocolates, jewelry, and luxurious clothing.

New look Mogul Room

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We've been planning this for a while, and now it's here. The team at the Mogul Room have been working tirelessly to deliver this new look and we couldn't be happier! We've completely changed things around and the feedback from our customers so far has been great. Why not take a look at our new look and make sure you pop down to visit us.

Indian food

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Indian food includes different cuisines from India and its neighbouring places. They use different spices, herbs, vegetables, and fruits to create unique dishes. Many popular Indian restaurants nowadays are family-owned or first-generation establishments. When you are new to this cuisine, it is important to know what kind of food to order. Here are a few reminders on what to buy in an Indian restaurant:

Know What to Eat

Healthy Indian Food Options

Traditional Indian food can be a healthy choice with a balanced diet of starch (steamed rice, Roti), tons of vegetables, dal (lentils), yogurt, saag etc. Unfortunately, you will also find many fat-laden Indian dishes in restaurants. Those dishes are great for festive, once in a while, occasions. However, for a regular healthy eating, here are suggestions for some lighter alternatives.

University of Leicester begins bowel cancer spice trial

Scientists at the University of Leicester have started a trial on patients to test whether a spice could help treat bowel cancer.

A team at the university have been interested in curcumin for years. It is found in the Indian spice turmeric, which is a popular ingredient used in curries.

Professor Will Steward said they were examining whether curcumin could "reduce the development of cancer" especially when used with chemotherapy.