Healthy Indian food arrives in Middlesbrough town centre

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Indy Akmal, owner of Indy’s Grub To Go carving a low fat Chicken Shawarma

A healthy Indian snack shop has opened in Middlesbrough town centre.

Indy’s Grub To Go has launched in Dundas Indoor Market, offering low fat Chicken Shawarmas and Indian style fresh fruit salads with herbs and spices, alongside more traditional onion bhajis, samosas, corn dogs and mango lassi (milkshake).

The new business is the brainchild of local businessman and foodie Indy Akmal who has worked in the food business for more than 30 years.

“We are offering tasty and healthy Indian hot and cold takeaway food,” says Indy (above), who used to run a restaurant and takeaway business in North Ormesby.

“The Chicken Shawarmas contain almost no fat, and the fresh fruit salad includes herbs and spices which are said to help aid digestion and boost the immune system.

“I am excited to bring a whole new choice of spicy food to Dundas Market, Shopping Centre and Middlesbrough town centre.

“The indoor market is an ideal location for my new business. There’s a great deal of passing trade and a real desire for my Indian food.”

Market manager David Harris added: “Dundas Shopping Centre is rapidly becoming a natural choice for day time takeaway and eat-in food, with Indy’s Grub To Go joining Brickyard Bakery and Jean’s Kitchen in the Market and Cooplands and Orchard Café in the Shopping Centre.

“Indy’s Grub To Go joins a number of new traders we have welcomed to the Market in the past few weeks, as word continues to spread that this is an ideal place to run a business in Middlesbrough.”


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