MENU INNOVATIONS | Staff Reporter, Hong Kong

Pret A Manger Hong Kong revamps plant-based menu

Nine vegetarian and vegan recipes make up the brand’s newest offering.

Building on the success of their veggie outlets in London, Pret A Manger Hong Kong introduced nine new vegetarian and vegan recipes.

The new menu offers customers a wider choice of meat-free options and features a protein box, a vegan salad that combines avocado and sweet potato with a pea & quinoa mix and a vegan Super Greens & Reds sandwich, layered with a red pepper tapenade. A range of colourful new salads were also launched alongside new soups and dessert pots.

The global sandwich brand aims to provide options for vegetarians, vegans and “flexitarians.”

“The plant-based items are perfect for anyone looking for more sustainable lunch options that are packed full of flavour,” Pret said in a statement.

Founded in London in 1986, Pret A Manger made its way to Hong Kong in 2002 through its first outlet opened in IFC Mall and has currently over 20 sites in the territory.

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