LATEST BOXPARK WEMBLEY VENDORS ANNOUNCED

— 4 Oct 2018 by Matt Carter

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Opening on 1st December 2018, Boxpark Wembley will be hosting an incredible variety of food and beverage vendors. The latest three vendors to join the star-studded Boxpark Wembley lineup are burger fanatics Nanny Bills, grillhaus Smoky Boys and traditional Japanese restaurant Mitsuryu.

Nanny Bills has become infamous for its indulgent burgers and unique sauces, with fan favourites including their hand-pressed cheeseburgers topped with bacon jam. With incredibly popular residencies including Farrs Dalston, Camden’s Lock Tavern and a recent take over of the John Lewis Summer rooftop restaurant, Boxpark Wembley will be Nanny Bills first bricks and mortar site.

Halal barbecue experts Smoky Boys will also be opening its doors at Boxpark Wembley, serving up big flavours and zingy barbecue ribs and chicken wings, alongside a delicious selection of milkshakes. This will be Smoky Boys’ fifth bricks and mortar site and its most central London location to date.

Mitsuryu are a traditional Japanese food concept, their restaurant in Soho’s Chinatown is based on Teishoku dining, traditional meals that are offered at Zen temples. They will be bringing their best dishes from Soho to Boxpark Wembley focusing on simplicity, quality and freshness. Diners can expect a huge selection of the highest quality handmade sushi rolls alongside authentic Japanese hot dishes with Halal meats and fish.

Nanny Bills, Smoky Boys and Mitsuryu are the most recent additions to the Boxpark Wembley lineup, sitting alongside previously announced GialloGrano, Kabab, Spice Shack, Zia Lucia, The Athenian, Ugly Dumpling and Thai Express.

Roger Wade, Founder and CEO of Boxpark, said: It’s incredibly exciting to be announcing such a diverse selection of food and beverage vendors for Boxpark Wembley. It has always been our aim to offer authentic street food from across the globe all under one roof, and the vendors announced so far are helping to bring this to life.”

Living up to its Eat. Drink. Play. manifesto, the incredible selection of independent food and beverage units at Boxpark Wembley will be complemented by a fully programmed 20,000 sq ft dedicated events space complete with algorithmic light installations.