Mangos lounge is the Best Latin & Mexican restaurant
Authentic Latin Mexican restaurant in Vancouver
Delicious Latin & Mexican Dishes
Mexican street style food, tacos, burritos,
Mangos Mexican restaurant Kitchen Bar in Vancouver
Mangos lounge is an authentic, homestyle Latin American and Mexican restaurant in Vancouver’s Downtown neighbourhood.
We offer many traditional Mexican and latin dishes with the real taste from Latin America Then if you are craving for Traditional Latin America or Mexican dishes such as Tacos, Quesadillas, Lomo Saltado, Guacamole, Empanadas and great Cocktails We are the perfect place for that.
Mangos has weekly specials press the date and get the information.
Mexican and Latin kitchen at Mangos lounge
Mangos Lounge Vancouver is providing take out services and Delivery using UBER EATS.
We offer Latin Mexican Cuisine, drinks and latin music, salsa lessons, themed parties, and private events.
A Good news for our VLF- Mangos lounge customers Now you can Book a room with a 25% discount if you do it with us at the HOLIDAY INN on Howe St just press the logo and you are set.
Mangos Lounge is a family friendly restaurant
When we look for a restaurant near me and the result is mexican restaurant then Mangos has to be the answer. We can adapt to a snack bar, sport bar, Pub, Latin american restaurant, Latin kitchen and much more. Mangos is a Latin Mexican restaurant with the best selection of latin and Mexican food come and visit us with your family.
Best Cocktails in Vancouver
Mangos is a Culinary Trip to Latin America
When you come to Mangos there are several ways to see our menu. One of the most popular ways is taking a trip to Mexico then the choices are Chips and Guac, Tacos, Pozole, Tortilla soup, Enchiladas, Quesadillas, Burritos.
The other way is Going South then we have Arepas (Venezuela), Empanadas (Colombia), Coxinhas (Brasil), Mandioca (Yuca), Salchipapas, Ceviches, Lomo Saltado (Peru) and more. If you want to have a Drink we recommend our Cocktails like Mojitos (Cuba), Piña Coladas (Puerto Rico), Margritas (Mexico), Micheladas, Pisco sours (Peru), Piscola (Chile) and Caipirinhas (Brasil). You can find more info too on Fourquare, Yelp, Trip advisor
Aztec people often stuffed tortillas with squash and pumpkin and baked them in clay ovens as a sweet dessert. In 1521, Spanish settlers brought sheep, lambs, and cows with them to New Spain, thus introducing indigenous people to cheese and other dairy products. The indigenous people continued stuffing their tortillas with pumpkin and squash, but also added cheese to the mix.
Now usually quesadillas are made with flour tortilla, cheese, sour cream, pico de gallo. chicken, beef, or pork.
Enchiladas originated in Mexico, where the practice of rolling tortillas around other food dates back at least to Aztec times. The people living in the lake region of the Valley of Mexico traditionally ate corn tortillas folded or rolled around small fish. Writing at the time of the Spanish conquistadors, Bernal Diaz del Castillo documented a feast enjoyed by Europeans hosted by Hernán Cortés in Coyoacán, which included foods served in corn tortillas.
Ceviche actually has South American origins. Ceviche, or seviche, or cebiche is from South America and eventually spread into Mexico and Central America. There is some debate on whether it originally came from Peru or Ecuador.
Our Mexican version of ceviche is made with fish, avocado, tomato, chips, and shrimp.