Spanning two floors within the 'eco-conscious' shipping container market, Clean Kitchen Camden will have space for up to 42 covers upstairs and 12 downstairs.
The menu features a range of plant-based burgers, meal bowls, wraps and salads, alongside a selection of sides and desserts.
Options include the 'Clean' burger, featuring a homemade vegan patty, lettuce, tomato, gherkin, vegan cheese, vegan mayo and ketchup; a chick'n katsu bowl with tempura chick'n, katsu sauce, slaw, rocket and brown rice; and loaded fries topped with sriracha mayo, crushed peanuts, toasted sesame, crispy onions, and melted vegan cheese.
Clean Kitchen Club was founded in Brighton last year during the first national lockdown by Youtube personality Mikey Pearce, and was originally positioned as a delivery-only brand with plans to become the 'fastest growing plant-based delivery-kitchen brand in the UK'.
Pearce subsequently teamed up with TV personality Verity Bowditch to bring the concept to London, where it has gone on to establish several dark kitchen locations, as well as outlets at Boxpark Wembley and Boxpark Shoreditch.
“We were very selective when choosing where to launch our debut restaurant, and with sustainability at the forefront of Clean Kitchen, Buck Street Market provides the perfect location within which to grow our brand," says Bowditch.
"The destination itself embraces sustainability like no other and aligns seamlessly with our goals to become an entirely carbon neutral company, as well as our initiative to implement the UK’s first re-usable delivery system to support our zero-waste packaging strategy.
"We can’t wait to open at Buck Street Market come June, and deliver everything Clean Kitchen is about to a brand new, sustainably-minded audience.”