Mowgli, an Indian street food restaurant owned by celebrity YouTube vlogger Nisha Katona, is arriving in Grand Central on October 16.
A spokesperson for Hammerson which owns Grand Central told us: "Mowgli will be opening in the centre's casual dining area next to Tapas Revolution and Pho."
The restaurant chain was founded by Nisha Katona, who gave up her 20-year career as a barrister to open her first restaurant in Liverpool in 2014.
Nisha has a YouTube cooking channel and her daily tweeted recipes have over 23k followers.
"I am very excited about taking Mowgli to Birmingham and particularly to Grand Central," says Nisha, who has written for the Daily Telegraph and The Sunday Times.
"Mowgli is about smash and grab zing of honest, home style, fresh food."
You'll be able to grab healthy food like gunpowder chicken poppers (made with ginger, garlic, garam masala and fried in a chickpea batter), Goan fish curry and mother butter chicken - the "real street food" equivalent to chicken tikka masala.
There will be vegan dishes on offer too.
The new restaurant will feature alongside other popular eateries within Grand Central including Tapas Revolution, Pho and Tortilla, all of which have flourished since the centre's September 2015 launch.
A spokeswoman added: "Rather than a quiet or intimate dining experience, Mowgli is about the taste of adventure.
"The restaurant's famous Yoghurt Chat Bombs will be at the absolute heart of Mowgli. It will that give diners an explosion of flavour like no other."