Boxpark reveals eatery brands for new Croydon pop-up

Boxpark Croydon has announced its full food and beverage brand line-up ahead of the pop-up mall’s scheduled September opening.

Situated next to East Croydon station, the new retail concept will be focused entirely on street food, drink and entertainment, in contrast to its sister site Boxpark Shoreditch which carries retail brands such as Gap and Kiehls.

The new pop-up retail space has revealed the final anchor tenants who will take up residence at the site, including:

MEATliquor: burger and beer chain
The Breakfast Club: restaurant providing all-day breakfasts
Mama Lan: Beijing street food specialists with four outlets in the capital
Indi-go: Indian street food
Yumn Brasserie: Croydon-based fine dining restaurant
The Cronx: local Croydon brewery also serving grilled cheese sandwiches
Wine&Deli: new bar concept by the entrepreneurs behind Brgr & Beer
Viet Do: Vietnamese restaurant run by Nick Ross, brother of Kate Moss.

The food and drink line-up contains a number of businesses familiar to Croydon locals who will take up occupation with 41 other outlets at the repurposed shipping containers on the Ruskin Square site.

Boxpark’s development director, Matthew McMillan said, 'We are delighted to have some of the capitals freshest and most exciting food concepts alongside brilliant local operators bursting with new ideas.'

'With a core focus on the best street food around, Boxpark Croydon will be without doubt London’s most vibrant new dining destination.'