Table is a popular data format to organize and present relational information. Users often have to manually compose tables when gathering their desiderate information (e.g., entities and their attributes) for decision making. In this work, we propose to resolve a new type of heterogeneous query viz: tabular query, which contains a natural language query description, column names of the desired table, and an example row. We aim to acquire more entity tuples (rows) and automatically fill the table specified by the tabular query. We design a novel framework AutoTableComplete which aims to integrate schema specific structural information with the natural language contextual information provided by the user, to complete tables automatically, using a heterogeneous knowledge base (KB) as the main information source. Given a tabular query as input, our framework first constructs a set of candidate chains that connect the given example entities in KB. We learn to select the best matching chain from these candidates using the semantic context from tabular query. The selected chain is then converted into a SPARQL query, executed against KB to gather a set of candidate rows, that are then ranked in order of their relevance to the tabular query, to complete the desired table. We construct a new dataset based on tables in Wikipedia pages and Freebase, using which we perform a wide range of experiments to demonstrate the effectiveness of AutoTableComplete as well as present a detailed error analysis of our method.