Boxpark Shoreditch lines up new food offering

26 May 2017 by
Boxpark Shoreditch lines up new food offering

A host of new food operators are set to start trading at pop-up mall Boxpark in Shoreditch, east London, from 8 June.

They include Coqfighter, Poptata and Osteria Della Pasta.

Coqfighter, which opened its first permanent site at Boxpark Croydon, will offer chicken and beer on the top floor.

Also coming from Boxpark's south London sister site is premium chipmaker Poptata, while new faces include Taiwanese bubble waffle and bubble tea eaterie Nosteagia.

Also new to Boxpark are Osteria Della Pasta, a new Italian street food project from the Lavender owners in Battersea, south London.

Vegan döner specialist What The Pitta is set to open its second home with Boxpark, and Cook Daily will open up in a double unit.

Meanwhile creperie and galetterie Les Deux Amies (pictured) will offer sweet and savoury pancakes on the ground floor.

Roger Wade, CEO and founder, Boxpark said: "We're pleased to open up our new upper deck at Boxpark Shoreditch and welcome new traders and retailers into the space. We've taken care to improve the experience for our customers, with improved heating, lighting and undercover space, inviting all to eat, drink and play in their Boxpark."

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