Reading Time: < 1 minute One of the dishes on the new vegan menu (Photo: Pret A Manger)
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High street favorite Pret A Manger will be opening its third Veggie store next Wednesday.

The shop, located on Exmouth Market in Clerkenwell, will join the two existing Veggie Pret shops on Broadwick Street in Soho, and Great Eastern Street in Shoreditch. 

The Exmouth Market location is the first shop to open exclusively as a Veggie Pret, and not on an existing Pret site.


The shop will open with new vegan menu items, including the Beans & Avocado Power Pot, Mushroom Florentine Toasted Tortilla, and Sweet Potato, Coconut & Cashew Flat Bread. 

The menu will launch in the Soho and Shoreditch Veggie Pret shops from tomorrow (October 3).

Vegan food

The new dishes in detail:

Beans & Avocado Power Pot, £2.99, vegan

Pret’s baked breakfast beans topped with freshly sliced avocado.

Vegan Ragu & Red Pepper Hot Wrap, £4.25, vegan

This vegan hot wrap combines a chunky veg & lentil sauce with crunchy red peppers, roasted tomatoes, Kalamata olives, and crispy onions.

Sweet Potato, Coconut & Cashew Flatbread, £3.75, vegan

Sambal sweet potatoes combined with coconut yoghurt, fresh coriander, and mint, wrapped into a flatbread with cucumber, red pepper, roasted cashew nuts, and a handful of baby spinach.

Sneak peak

To celebrate the opening on Exmouth Market, General Manager, Beata, and her team of 16, will be offering a sneak peek of the shop and free lunch for 500 customers next Tuesday. 

Details of the event will be shared on Pret’s social meda channels including FacebookTwitter, and Instagram from this Thursday.


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