Pret A Manger is bringing its menu of freshly prepared food and organic coffees to train stations in Brussels this August in partnership with SSP (a leading operator of food and beverage outlets in stations and airports). The first shop will open at Bruxelles-Midi Station on Friday 2nd August; this will be followed by a second shop at Bruxelles- Central Station on Wednesday 28th August.
Pret’s Team Members will prepare the menu of fresh food every day in dedicated Pret kitchens located at the train stations. The menu will include customer favorites such as the Avo, Olives & Tomato baguette (vegan), the Chicken & Bacon baguette, the Mature Cheddar & Pret Pickle granary sandwich (veggie), the Smoked Salmon, Soft Cheese & Dill baguette, the Falafel, Cheddar & Red Peppers Hot Wrap (veggie), as well as veggie and meaty mac & cheese dishes, soups and a variety of fresh salads.
The breakfast menu includes freshly baked croissants, yoghurt pots, fruit pots, fruit smoothies as well as savoury hot croissants and salad pots. Sweet treats, such as cookies, muffins and snack bars will also feature on the menu, as well as juices, Barista prepared organic coffees and teas served hot or over ice. Customers who bring in a reusable cup will receive 50c off any Barista prepared drink.
Pret’s Bruxelles-Midi Station shop is located opposite the Eurostar tunnel and will open its doors for the very first time on Friday 2nd of August in the central hall of the train station.
Bruxelles-Central shop will open on Wednesday 28th August and is located on the lower concourse of the station. SNCB is delighted with the arrival of Pret at Brussels-Midi and Brussels-Central stations as the brand complements its portfolio of delicious, high quality food concepts.
Michael Haley, Partnerships Managing Director at Pret, said, “We’re delighted to have the opportunity to open Pret’s first shops at two of Brussels’ busiest train stations. We’re looking forward to introducing our menu of freshly prepared food and organic coffee to those passing through the stations as well as those who live and work nearby.”
Gérard d’Onofrio, MD of SSP France and Benelux, commented, ‘“We’re thrilled to introduce Pret as an innovative new food and drink concept to Brussels. We’re looking forward to working with Pret to provide passengers at busy train stations in the city with Pret’s organic coffee and freshly prepared baguettes, salads, hot food and breakfast items.”