New Caribbean takeaway opening in Cheltenham

New authentic Caribbean takeaway, Mamma’s Caribbean Kitchen, is this June 2021 on Cheltenham’s lower High Street.

Authentic Caribbean takeaway, Mamma’s Caribbean Kitchen, is opening its doors to guests on Tuesday 1 June 2021 on Cheltenham’s lower High Street.

The town’s newest takeaway will provide an informal setting, serving up traditional Caribbean food such as jerk chicken and curry goat, as well as playing reggae music for a laid-back and relaxed vibe – in the same building as Annette’s Diner.

There are tables to tuck in at if you simply can’t wait, but orders must be placed at the till as no table service is being offered.

All the food at Mamma’s Caribbean Kitchen will be sourced from local suppliers – with fish from Padstow Fish in Leckhampton; chicken from a Cheltenham butcher; vegetables from Woodys greengrocer; and goat from a local Gloucestershire farm.

The original Mamma’s Caribbean Kitchen on Bennington Street closed back in 2014, when The Brewery Quarter development was underway, with the eatery making a welcome return this June 2021.

The takeaway will be open from 5pm until 9pm, every Tuesday to Saturday.

For more information, or to place an order, call 07883645920.

By Zoe Gater


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