New ‘Trapbox’ restaurant in Manchester will serve waffles, chicken and seafood

202 Kitchen launched in the Midlands earlier this year and is set to cut the ribbon for its second branch on Bridge Street, Manchester on Friday 21 August.

A brand new ‘trapbox’ bar and restaurant concept, 202 Kitchen, has announced it will open in Manchester later this month.

202 Kitchen launched in the Midlands earlier this year and is set to cut the ribbon for its second branch on Bridge Street on Friday 21 August.

Sporting a bright pink backdrop, the venue will focus on serving ‘trapbox’-style cuisine – including mac’n’cheese, waffles, fried chicken, burgers, and grilled seafood dishes all tucked inside a box.

Trapbox has become an increasingly popular cooking trend in 2020, having bubbled up through social media and gaining national attention on the BBC’s Million Pound Menu show.

Alongside their trapbox grub, 202 Kitchen is also promising an extensive cocktail and drinks menu featuring a long list of wines, beers and spirits. 

All food and drink will be served in an enclosed space under cover whilst adhering to COVID-secure guidelines, creating a ‘comfortable and safe environment for guests to socialise responsibly.’

202 Kitchen will officially open on Bridge Street, Manchester, on Friday 21 August. 

For more information you can visit their official website here.

The restaurant is currently taking bookings ahead of their official launch later in the month.

Follow 202 Kitchen on Instagram.

Check out The Manc Eats for all the latest updates on great grub around the city.

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