Manchester’s first free-from cafe 3 Squared is rebranding as The Remedy Kitchen.
Its original name was a play on the term ‘three square meals’, but founders Katie McIntosh and Andy McGlynn felt that the name fully didn’t translate their “ethos of clean eating and increasing health through intelligent food choices.”
So they’re switching things up.
As of 1st October, the rebrand to The Remedy Kitchen will see the menu revamped with some new dishes – all created with the intention of generating positive outcomes for diners’ energy levels, physical and mental performance.
As before, it will be serving all-day breakfast, brunch, lunch, and desserts. And the menu will continue to be free of gluten, dairy, wheat, and refined sugar.
Customers can also continue to expect a variety of lower carbohydrate, high protein, and blood sugar-balancing options.
And for those seeking out an easy way to eat clean and sustainably on the go, they will continue to offer healthy takeaway options to get you through the day.
The Remedy Kitchen’s founders hope to spread the benefits and results of a more conscious way of eating.
“Our key “why” is to help maintain health and wellness by offering a sustainable, dependable and innovative way of eating,” says Katie McIntosh.
All dishes will continue to be made using all-natural ingredients, with every component is made from scratch in the on-site kitchen – thus limiting the use of inflammatory and refined ingredients.
They are also planning on building a gym underneath the cafe in the future.
You can find The Remedy Kitchen in the Royal Exchange Arcade. Their new website will launch 1st October 2019.