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First food vendors announced for BOXPARK Liverpool

LIVERPOOL’S new hotly anticipated dining, retail and leisure operator BOXPARK, located at Cains Brewery Village is opening to the public on 19 April and announced the eight food traders for their first venue outside of London. 

Focusing on emerging and independent street food businesses from Liverpool and the surrounding areas, the eight kitchens and one kiosk will offer an array of cuisines from across the globe.

BOXPARK CEO Simon Champion, comments on the trader announcement: “After months of sampling the best cuisines the North West has to offer, we are delighted to be able to finally announce the eight traders that will join BOXPARK Liverpool when we open the doors next month. We are so impressed with the talent in the city, and we can’t wait to give the traders a platform to expand their businesses and enhance the already impressive food and drink offering the city boasts.”

Crazy Pedro’s 
Serving up New York style pizzas by full sixteen inches or by the slice will be Crazy Pedro’s. BOXPARK Liverpool will be the pizzeria’s second site in the city and customers can expect all the classic toppings and flavour combinations alongside some of Crazy Pedro’s special signature toppings. 

Rose Street Falafel from the founders of Maray
Rose Street Falafel started life in the streets of Paris in 2012, inspired by the famously competitive and passionate falafel vendors that line the length of Rue Des Rosiers, a narrow, cobbled walkway tucked into the vibrant storybook district of Le Marais. Founders James and Tom returned from their travels with a mission to serve the best falafel possible and the result was to become the award-winning restaurant group Maray which now operates three restaurants across Liverpool and Manchester. Rose Street Falafel is a journey back to the beginning of the story, a celebration of the sandwich that started it all. Expect delicious falafel, full-to-the-brim pittas, halloumi bites, crispy fries and tahini soft serve ice cream.  

Madre Burrito 
A modern Mexican restaurant serving authentic tacos, quesadillas & margaritas in a relaxed vibe. The Madre family was assembled in 2019 by the people behind Belzan in Liverpool, and Breddos in London with a mission to bring home everything they learned about the food, drink, and hospitality of Mexico. 

Specialising in a no-fail menu of burgers and milkshakes, SHAKE? will offer visitors the chance to try a stripped back menu of some of the best burgers in town. Full of big flavour and taste, visitors won’t be disappointed. 

Simply Salt N Pepper 
As the unofficial spice of Liverpool, Simply Salt & Pepper, owned by the same people behind Pan-Asian Liverpool restaurant Zenn, had to be one of the eight food traders at BOXPARK Liverpool. Fusing the famous Asian seasoning, invented in the 1960’s in a Chinese immigrant owned fish & chip shop in Liverpool with a variety of dishes from around the globe, foodies can expect tasty, filling, fresh food, seasoned to perfection with the infamous spice. 

Pukht takes global favourites like burgers, tacos, burritos, gyros and adds an Indian and Pakistani twist. Expect all the classics including samosas chaats and chaat bombs, but with a Pukht twist. Founded during lockdown, Pukht gained popularity with locals in Cheshire before landing at Hatch in Manchester City Centre. Following the opening of a second venue in Cheshire in November 2023 due to overwhelming demand, the team will now bring their Pukht flavours to BOXPARK Liverpool.

Yoki Social Table 
Launched to introduce Manchester to the exciting flavours of Korean Fried Chicken (KFC), Yoki is spreading its North West wings with a second site at BOXPARK Liverpool, offering diners the opportunity to try authentic and deliciously flavoursome Korean street food. From fried mandu to vegan Bibimap, Yoki is a must-visit for all street food lovers looking for authentic Korean cuisine.

Yum Cha 
Bringing a neon-coloured, casual dining take on traditional Chinese classics will be Yum Cha. Serving Chinese roasted meats, a selection of freshly made steamed and fried dumplings, as well as rice and noodle dishes, visitors can indulge in all their favourite Chinese dishes. The venue will be Yum Cha’s third site alongside its restaurants on Lark Lane and in Manchester city centre. 

Alongside its food offering, BOXPARK Liverpool will also focus on championing local independent businesses through its entertainment offering. The venue will open its doors to the public on Friday 19 April with a launch party and line-up of festival-style events across the weekend including a Saturday evening headline set from all female scouse DJ quartet Girls Don’t Sync. 

Spanning 21,000 sq. ft and holding 600 covers, BOXPARK Liverpool will include 8 kitchen units, 1 kiosk and bars inside and outside in a 5000 sq ft external garden.

BOXPARK has agreed a 15-year lease with Cains Brewery Village and will focus on championing local independent businesses, through its extensive food and entertainment offering, investing more than £5m into the Baltic Triangle and expecting to bring 150 new jobs to the local community.

For more information visit.- or follow BOXPARK Liverpool on Instagram.

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