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Pret A Manger is open for dinner – “Good Evenings.”

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London’s famous sandwich bar chain is opening its doors for evening diners. This is the first time in their 31 year history and took 6 months of planning after receiving demanding requests from diners for an evening meal.

The trial will begin with the Strand branch and will be open from 6pm to 11pm. Once 6pm hits the sandwich bar will be transformed into a fully functional restaurant with candle light tables, wine list, music and of course a sumptuous menu. Upon arrival you will be greeted by the front of house staff and shown to a table, no longer having to bob and weave your way to an empty one.

The concept for this radical shift is “Good evenings” and allows those pushed for time to enjoy an actual meal rather than just a sandwich. Shifting into the evening market can be a difficult but when your customers are hounding you for something why not deliver?

Check out their sample menu below.
Small Plates

Spicy Meatballs

Served in a hot jalapeno sauce, topped with Italian cheese and chopped flat leaf parsley £3.45

Baked Herby Falafel

Served warm with dressed kale, raita, lightly roasted seed mix and hand peeled pomegranate seeds £3.45

Quinoa Hot Pots

Korean BBQ Pulled Pork

Shredded British pulled pork in a Gochujang sauce with quinoa rice and pickled red cabbage £5.95

Sweet Potato & Cauliflower Curry

Sweet potato, cauliflower, toasted seeds and spice served with quinoa rice, coriander pesto and mango chutney £5.75

Salads

Lemon & Rosemary Chicken

Served with quinoa rice and red cabbage, topped with raita, pistachios and pomegranate seeds £4.95

Pret’s Chicken and Bacon Cobb

Lemon & rosemary chicken, grilled bacon, Cashel Blue cheese, free-range eggs, avocado and mixed leaf salad with Dijon dressing £6.95


For more information visit: Pret A Manger

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