Entrepreneurs to open kitchens in Manchester

A brand new culinary venue will offer local businesspeople the opportunity to test out their food and drink ideas in the North West.

Hundreds of entrepreneurs battled it out to be a part of The Kitchens project, pitching their ideas to Allied London, which owns and developed the Spinningfields area of Manchester, and a board of experts. Now, the six finalists are now gearing up for the venue’s opening.

The start-ups that will get to serve up their ideas to the public when The Kitchens opens on 21st May are Bangers and Bacon, Hip Hop Chip Shop, Yakumama, Wholesome and Raw, Chaat Cart, and Mumma Schnitzel.

The entrepreneurs have all been working hard to develop their brands and design their all-important menus, as well as designing the concepts of their eateries. Having received the help of industry experts, they may yet give the kitchens of Cheshire and London a run for their money, whilst also hoping to secure a future in catering.

Speaking to Bighospitality.co.uk about the project, Michael Ingall, Allied London’s chief executive, said:

“The Kitchens is a truly collaborative environment; a new concept to the city featuring communal indoor and outdoor seating areas, world class interiors and most importantly finalist cooking out of their kitchens, serving straight from the pass to the diner.”

The finalists will be judged over the next year, covering all areas from the amount of money they make to their brand and concept. The winner will be able to carry on with the financial backing of Allied London.

Posted by Peter
April 14, 2015

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