The Remedy Kitchen

Ian Jones, Food and Drink Editor
The Remedy Kitchen
The Remedy Kitchen

The Remedy Kitchen is Manchester’s leading healthy eating space, dedicated to detoxing the body and mind. During lockdown, they’ve developed a series of luxury meal prep plans, based around professionally-made gluten-free, dairy-free and refined-sugar-free options. If your goal is to boost your sense of wellbeing before the UK opens back up in late June, these meal prep plans are an ideal solution, particularly if you don’t have the time to meal prep yourself every day.

You can get these freshly-prepared dishes delivered direct to your door, making a healthy eating plan easier than ever before. They have been developed by Remedy Kitchen’s founder, Katie McIntosh, with the goal of improving health through a high-quality diet. Katie is a specialist in Nutrition for Disordered Eating and Obese Populations and has years of training and expertise in nutrition and fitness.

These menus are inspired by the seasons and are completely free from processed or inflammatory ingredients. To cater for different dietary requirements and taste preferences, there are the following plans: Plant-based or Vegetarian; Meat-based; and Pescatarian.

Luxury meal prep plans, based around professionally-made gluten-free, dairy-free and refined-sugar-free options

You can choose how many meals you’d like per day, starting with a four-week plan including one meal a day priced at £160. There are also dedicated plans for couples, breakfast bundles, and a five-day reset plan. All meals are prepared in compostable heat-sealed containers that can be placed directly in the oven, microwave or freezer. If you live locally, meals can be delivered to your door or collected on Mondays and Thursdays from Remedy’s restaurant in Manchester city centre.

The Remedy Kitchen also offers a Smoothie Cleanse package where you can detox your system with their natural smoothie range. All smoothies are made with plant-based milks with no added sugars, stabilisers or sweeteners – choose from the Green Miracle, Berry Cleanse or Tropical Glow. Packages start from £24 for a week.

And for coffee lovers, Remedy Kitchen offer a dairy-free coffee subscription service. Using the Coffee Pass, you can enjoy all the speciality coffees, teas and hot tonics at £20 per month, with the first week free. This is also available to use on takeaways.

Unit 19, Royal Exchange, St Ann's SquareManchesterM2 7EA View map
Telephone: 01616694557 Visit Now

Opening Hours

  • Tuesday9:00am - 5:00pm
  • Wednesday9:00am - 5:00pm
  • Thursday9:00am - 5:00pm
  • Friday9:00am - 5:00pm
  • Saturday9:00am - 5:00pm
  • Sunday9:00am - 5:00pm

Always double check opening hours with the venue before making a special visit.

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