Kettlebell Kitchen have today opened their third Manchester restaurant, this time in the city’s business district. Famed for their ‘Eat Clean, Cheat Clean’ philosophy, Kettlebell’s latest location can be found on Leftbank in Spinningfields, complete with a new-look menu and meal prep offering.
Kettlebell Kitchen opened their first restaurant on Great Ancoats Street in April 2016 and on First Street last year, firmly establishing themselves as the destination for clean eating (and cheating) in Manchester.
The Kettlebell team have transformed the former site of The Kitchens, which was most recently used for filming BBC Two’s new culinary show Million Pound Menu, hosted by First Dates’ Fred Sirieux.
Carley Jones, Founder of Kettlebell Kitchen, said: “I couldn’t have believed that we’d have three restaurants in the city centre in just 2 short years after first launching the concept. We always knew there was a serious gap in the market for healthy fast food, but the success of the brand has astounded even us.
“To be sat amongst big names on the Manchester hospitality scene in Spinningfields is so exciting for the Kettlebell Group, and we hope the thousands of professionals on our new doorstep will embrace us with open arms!
“We understand Spinningfields is huge business district, so we have created lower priced offerings to appeal to the daily eater, meaning you can grab a smaller healthy Kettlebox lunch for just £5.50 and delicious wraps for £5.95. We are also catering for vegans and veggies with numerous options such as firecracker vegan Quorn and vegan burgers, with optional extras like halloumi and vegan cheese!
“We will also have fridges stocked with grab-an- go meal prep boxes and will use Spinningfields as another meal prep plan collection point. Dieting and eating the right nutrition has just been made a whole lot easier for the people of Spinningfields and surrounding areas!”
Kettlebell are at the forefront of the revolution against processed, chemical filled, toxic foods with high amounts of hydrogenated toxic fats and synthetic meats. The ethos is fresh, natural, nutritious, nutrient-dense, protein-filled foods made fresh on site, and healthy, low carb breads Kettlebell bake themselves at ‘The Clean Bakery’, which is another part of the burgeoning Kettlebell Group.
Meats are all additive and filler free, direct from the farm with no antibiotics or added growth hormones. Sauces are homemade, using natural only ingredients and sweetened with prunes and honeys. Kettlebell do not add any refined sugars into their dishes and aim to be as chemical free as possible. Dishes are practically zero when it comes to dangerous trans fats, with a focus on real nutrients. All meats are grilled fresh on site too, you really get what you pay for when it comes to KBK!
Rochelle Silverstein, Associate Director of Retail and Leisure at Allied London, said: “It’s great for Spinningfields to be able to welcome another home-grown, independent brand to the estate, alongside the likes of Tattu and Beastro. Bolstering our casual dining offer with natural, quality, fast food perfectly complements the needs of our health-conscious community.”
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