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Takeaway Catering

The UK's fastest growing fixed site catering sector


Takeaways have been providing tasty delights ever since people started living in cities. And with such low entry barriers, the industry just keeps on growing.


But getting to grips with tricky documentation and training can put a strain on any business owner. That's where we can help you.


Legal checklist for mobile caterers

Find out what you need to do to start up and operate your takeaway legally.
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Happy staff means higher profits. Find out how to keep yours smiling.
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What do you need for your inspection?

Find out what you need to get through your EHO's inspection and maintain food hygiene.
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Improve the marketing for your catering business

Marketing matters. Improve yours to increase profits with these solutions.
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Takeaway premises are high risk environments

Get Insurance

High numbers of customers coming in and out, dangerous cooking equipment and high numbers of staff make them so.

You should protect your business with various insurance covers - so that nothing ever has to get in the way of serving customers your delicious food.

Call 0121 603 2524 for your quote & honest advice



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Online training courses for you and your staff. Council-audited documentation to help you trade safely and legally. One place online to store all of your documents and send them to EHOs. Phone support whenever you need it. A logo that immediately makes EHOs think you’re going to be compliant. You couldn’t get all this in one place, could you? Yep, you could. Click here to find out how.



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Latest News

Coconut Chilli launches Bristol pop-up

by Sophie Haigh | Read Time: 3 Minutes | Jun 26, 2019

The team at Coconut Chilli have announced the launch of a summer pop-up restaurant in Bristol’s premier shopping destination, Whiteladies Road.

A far cry from their humble beginnings on a farmers market stall in the city, the team will be bringing their award-winning Indian cuisine to the area with the hope of re-creating the same ‘convivial buzz of friends and family connecting over amazing, yet affordable cuisine,’ as found in the ‘Hill Station’ areas of Southern India where their menu finds inspiration from.

After catering for the needs of foodies across London for several years, founder Navina and Chef, Khilseh, have returned to their roots to serve up authentic dishes rich in the flavours that originate in the paddy fields and coconut groves of the Coorg region.  

Open from noon to 11:30pm on Wednesday to Saturday at the former Rosa Tapas site, guests can enjoy a bespoke menu featuring small plates, which can be enjoyed alongside local ales and a wine list curated by renowned Bristol wine veteran Raj Soni of RS Wines.

Coconut Chilli has catered for a host of events in the past few years, including The Big Feastival in the Cotswolds, Grillstock in Bristol, Diwali celebrations for the Mayor of London, the Evening Standard’s London Food Month and a celebratory evening for the Financial Times. 

If you’re a mobile caterer thinking about starting a pop-up restaurant or moving to a fixed site, our team can provide you with all the information and tools needed to get your next venture off the ground. Call 0121 603 2524 to chat!



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