Apparently they are going to open the all vegetarian store in London.
And here it is! Apparently it's just a pop-up shop which is closing again by the end of the month as it's just for trialling various veg*n menu items that could be introduced across the chain in the UK:Apparently they are going to open the all vegetarian store in London.
And here it is! Apparently it's just a pop-up shop which is closing again by the end of the month as it's just for trialling various veg*n menu items that could be introduced across the chain in the UK:
Little Veggie Pop Up (note that you can filter the menu items to see e.g. only the vegan items)
A not-so-glowing review here, with pictures:
We ate at Pret's new vegetarian restaurant — here's the verdict (3. June 2016)
(The reviewer was left in a peckish state from lack of bacon and too little coffee, apparently.)
More: http://www.bighospitality.co.uk/Business/Pret-A-Manger-considers-opening-more-vegetarian-only-storesOne in four Pret A Manger stores could go vegetarian-only (By Sophie Witts, 17-Jun-2016)
Pret A Manger is considering opening more vegetarian-only stores following record sales at its first meat-free London site.
More: High Street food chain Pret A Manger could open a string of vegetarian-only restaurants (20. June 2016)Chefs created 45 plant-based dishes for the pop-up store in Broadwick Street, and the eight top sellers are all vegan.
More: Pret A Manger has launched a new Vegan menu and it sounds delicious (4. January 2017)Pret A Manger is introducing more than 15 new veggie and vegan items to its menu this month, including veggie pots, breakfasts, soups and new drinks.
It is a British firm. However, it is expanding in the US. I would imagine that PAM are situated mainly in very large towns.I've never even heard of! it would be cool for such a store
I find that a LOT. there's either only one vegan thing (that hummus wrap) or nothing at all. on a plus side it's because the shelves are empty so must be pretty popular. In Kingston there are two prets (don't ask me why) and often both are run out of vegan stuff. If I moan at them on Facebook they're usually quick to respond and ask what store so it does get fed back.I went into a ("normal", not all veggie) Pret for the first time in years the other week and only saw a few vegan options there. I ended up buying a houmous wrap.
I'm not sure if people had bought all the vegan stuff already that day or I was just unlucky.