Redheads Mac ‘N’ Cheese heading to STACK Sunderland

Redheads Mac ‘N’ Cheese is heading to the STACK Sunderland container village.

The business, named after owner Jamie Pagett’s ginger hair, has had a successful location in Newcastle’s Grainger Market since 2019 as well as being a regular at the Quayside Market, having an outlet at Newcastle STACK before its closure, and offering a delivery service.

Having trained as a chef, Jamie was trying to balance the long hours with having a family and came up with the idea of a business around mac and cheese in 2016.

“I spent some time in the USA and I absolutely loved eating it when I was there, it’s just so popular,” he said. “I have such a passion for street food and food in general it just seemed like a great idea.”

Visitors to the new outlet at Seaburn will be able to enjoy mac and cheese in a whole host of different forms, from original with garlic breadcrumbs and extra cheese to sticky rib, Mexican and a Caprese version topped with pesto, sun dried tomatoes and Mozzarella. Diners will also be able to enjoy a whole range of loaded fries and dishes such as a chicken burger mac and cheese.

“Mac and cheese is a great dish all the year round,” said Jamie. “It’s really comforting in winter but add in some quirky toppings and flavours and it’s a great summer dish too. We can’t wait for visitors to STACK Seaburn to try them for themselves.”

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