Pret is one of the largest chain eateries in the UK and they have over 450 outlets worldwide. They're deservedly popular and if we're looking for lunch but can't find a vegan restaurant that we like the look of, our choice is either Pret or the smaller chain of Leon's. There are several veggie choices at Pret including sandwiches, baked goods and salads and a great many healthy, organic, tasty drinks. Here's a look at what we ate in Brighton. The receipt is shown so you can have an idea of what's available, and the price.
Above you can see our dairy-free turmeric drink with a touch of warmth from ginger, cinnamon and nutmeg. They're made with rice-coconut milk alternative instead of milk.
There are lots of vegan eateries in Brighton but the problem is at the moment either they're out of the town centre, or they're fine dining (which we don't want at lunchtime), or that their seating is limited, and since we were had much to see and enjoy and time was limited we chose Pret because you can walk right in and take a seat (or get your food to go and sit in the park or on the beach if you prefer). Pret are a far easier, more convenient option and the food is fresh, well priced and tasty, too.
Note, if you're eating in the restaurant your food will cost you more than if you take away.
You can check the Pret menu, locations and their policies in sustainability and organic produce here - https://www.pret.co.uk/en-gb