And if that feels like quick meals made in heaven, you could find it on the menu at Kylo, a brand new meals corridor that goals to carry collectively nationwide and native restaurant manufacturers to create a novel eating expertise.
It is all due to the Darkish Kitchens & Digital Restaurant division of Restaurant Manufacturers Worldwide (RBI), a multinational quick meals holding firm that features manufacturers like Burger King and Popeyes.
In response to Luis Maia, who heads the Kylo challenge as vp of Darkish Kitchens & Digital Manufacturers for RBI, the brand new digital-based meals corridor was designed to mix the very best elements of darkish kitchens and conventional eating places below one roof.
“We noticed a possibility to create a digital-first, multi-brand idea,” Maia tells New Instances. “At Kylo, visitors can discover an progressive, on-demand eating expertise that enables them to order from a number of distributors directly, both in individual or on-line, to construct the order of their goals. Our aim is to supply a novel and handy eating expertise.”
In response to Maia, Kylo will start working at 50 West Flagler Avenue this week after greater than a 12 months of planning. The meals corridor is constructed on the positioning of a former Burger King restaurant, a location chosen for its proximity to the close by downtown revitalization tasks at the moment underway, together with Julia & Henry’s and town’s historic submit workplace revamp.
Relatively than a eating room and order counter, the constructing was redesigned to remodel the seating space into a flexible kitchen that allows a number of distributors from varied manufacturers to meet orders directly.
Instead of cashiers, visitors are as a substitute greeted with a number of kiosks the place they’ll place an order, with a separate pickup space used solely for digital orders. For many who choose to go to the restaurant, Kylo group members may even be obtainable to help with putting orders onsite.
Kylo will launch with menus from Burger King, Popeyes, Firehouse Subs, Spris Artisan Pizza, Ms. Cheezious, and Sergio’s Cuban American Kitchen.
This week, the menu may even supply two limited-time mashups between native and international manufacturers. They embody a “Popeyes x Spris” hen sandwich pizza (a wedding of Spris’ artisan Margherita pizza topped with a deconstructed Popeyes hen sandwich that features chunks of buttermilk-battered hen, diced pickles, and a spicy sauce drizzle) and a “Burger King x Ms. Cheezious” quick rib soften sandwich (a Ms. Cheezious quick rib soften served with Burger King’s basic fries).
Simply you’ll want to act quick, provides Maia, as each gadgets will solely be obtainable in the course of the first two weeks of operation.
These seeking to attempt the brand new idea can order through kiosk on the downtown Miami location, on-line through Kylo’s web site, the Kylo app, or by meals supply apps together with Uber Eats, DoorDash, and Grubhub.
Shifting ahead, Maia confirms extra areas are within the works, together with one in Kendall.
The one query left to ask: Will Kylo offer extra meal collaborations transferring ahead?
“Sooner or later, something is feasible,” sums up Maia.
Kylo. 50 W. Flagler St., Miami; 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday by Thursday, 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Friday, 12 p.m. to 11 p.m. Saturday, and 12 p.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday; kylofoodhall.com. Opens Wednesday, November 2.