Mango Food 

Mango Food sells Indian street food at local markets in Bristol, Clevedon and the surrounding areas. 

Mango Food

Who are we and what do we stand for? 

The Mango Food branch of the Mango Hub was founded by Fred Balakrishna along with his wife Bec and step daughter Anna, with 3 generations of the extended family involved in the wider business. We have a multi-cultural heritage together with a passion for good food made locally from family recipes. Our ingredients are carefully sourced for quality and we aim to provide healthy food as much as flavour allows. 
The Mango Hub
Our motto is: 

“Family, Food, Flavour” 

"Hey Fred, Lovely grub today! You haven’t lost your touch, Best, Richard and Jo" 

Markets we Sell our Indian Street Food at 


Wednesdays and  
Sunday 14th of October 

Temple Quay 

1st, 3rd and 5th (when they happen) Thursday of the month 

Finzels Reach 



Certain Sundays 

Eat festivals - Burnham food festival 

Saturday 27th October 


1st Sunday of the month 
Indian street food

Food Festivals 

We sell our Indian street food at various food festivals throughout the year including Wells, Burnham on Sea, Eat Weston, Eat Taunton, Eat Wellington and certain Friday night markets at St Nicks in Bristol. 

What Sort of Food Do We Sell? 

We produce authentic Indian street food which is very different to the kind of food you usually find in “takeaway” and fast food outlets. The sorts of things you might find on our market stall would include: 
Homemade Chutneys and jams (not like the British style of chutney) 
Spiced Tarka Dal 
Vegetable curry with black peppercorns 
Bondas (spiced or herby potato balls coated in gram flour) 
Pakoras (various varieties) 
Bhajis (various varieties) 
Puris (fried Indian bread) 
Sweet Burfi (various varieties) 
Idlis (various varieties) 
Fresh dips 
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