The Mac Factory, the London’s-based, New York-inspired mac and cheese street food brand, has partnered with Debenhams to launch a cheesy pop-up in its flagship Oxford Street store. The temple of cheese opened its doors at the back of Debenhams recently and is the first site in the West End for the ambitious food brand, which was one of the original Kerb Camden Market street food joints.
The Mac Factory was established in 2014 by and has served over half a million macs, using over 40 tonnes of cheese since.
Graham Bradbury, founder of The Mac Factory, said: “We’re so excited to partner with Debenham’s and for the opportunity to make more gooey mac and cheese dreams come true. Making and cutting pasta fresh to order adds amazing theatre to the food and means that this is the freshest and most authentic mac and cheese in London.”
Sam Shutt, head of external food services for Debenhams, added: “We are really pleased to welcome The Mac Factory to the store. It is a great addition and will bring something new and fresh for shoppers to try.”