Clean-eating ethos – it’s all good as 3 Squared becomes Remedy Kitchen
THIS October, Manchester’s first and only “free-from” cafe, which launched in the Royal Exchange Arcade last year, is rebranding to become Remedy Kitchen.
The company’s founders, Katie McIntosh and Andy McGlynn, originally called their 50-cover healthy eating outlet 3 Squared Cafe, a play on the term “square meal”. The independent start-up has demonstrated impressive month-on-month growth since launching on 1 December 2018. Accumulating over 150 five-star reviews and features across online platforms and publications including Manchester Confidential, the concept is demonstrating its staying power with unrelenting dedication.
It did become apparent, however, that the name didn’t translate the business’s ethos of clean eating and increasing health through intelligent food choices, so over the past three months the people behind the brand have been working consistently to give the cafe-restaurant a strategic update in time for their first birthday later on this year.
The whole menu is completely free from gluten, dairy, wheat and refined sugar, making the concept a first of its kind in Manchester, as well as a haven for anyone who’s conscious about what goes into their body
For those of you who haven’t yet visited this hidden gem, you can find out more about the ethos below, and for 3 Squared’s regular customers out there, you’ll be pleased to know that this brand update is set to enhance the company’s menu offering, processes and performance across the board over the remainder of 2019 and beyond.
Remedy Kitchen is a celebration of nutritional wisdom, spreading the benefits and results of a more conscious way of eating. The menu and concept, created by company director Katie McIntosh, has been developed using knowledge and passion for food that generates positive outcomes for energy levels, physical and mental performance, and aesthetics.
“Our key ‘why’ is to help maintain health and wellness by offering a sustainable, dependable and innovative way of eating,” says Katie.
The whole menu is completely free from gluten, dairy, wheat and refined sugar, making the concept a first of its kind in Manchester, as well as a haven for anyone who’s conscious about what goes into their body. Dishes are made using all-natural ingredients and every component is made from scratch in the on-site kitchen, limiting the use of inflammatory and refined ingredients, including sugar and artificial sweeteners.
Remedy Kitchen is open every day, serving all-day breakfast, brunch and lunch, and desserts, including lower carbohydrate, high protein (including vegan high protein) and blood sugar-balancing options. Remedy Kitchen holds a delicious and beautifully presented grab and go range that’s perfect if you need a quick and easy way to eat clean and sustainably on the go.
The level of detail and knowledge behind the concept makes Remedy Kitchen the only choice for the health-conscious individual in the city. Cultivating an ever-growing database of coeliac, vegan and vegetarian customers as well as the everyday foodie, whatever your preference, there’ll be something that’s clean, healthy and satisfying to be enjoyed.
You can find Remedy Kitchen in the iconic and Grade II-listed Royal Exchange Arcade, just off Cross Street. The Remedy Kitchen website will launch on 1 October as where you will with the restaurant menu, booking links and newsletter opt-in – perfect if you want to stay in the loop with healthy remedies, bestselling dish profiles and exciting plans for the future.
Find out more about Remedy Kitchen here