There’s a new Pret A Manger opening in DIFC

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The British sandwich shop will open its fourth Dubai branch in DIFC this week…

Following on from the undeniable success of its DXB Airport and Dubai Mall shops, Pret A Manger will be opening a fourth outlet in Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) on Monday March 25.

The shop will be open on the ground floor of Gate Building, Marble Walk from 7am to provide coffee, tea and breakfast on-the-go for the DIFC crowd, and serve all day until 7pm, so you can grab all three meals from Pret if you need to. The DIFC menu will include a selection of plant-based veggie and vegan options, too.

Whether it’s the smoked salmon sandwich, the posh cheddar baguette or the tuna mayo & cucumber, this Pret branch will have all of your favourite classics. The brand has been running since 1986, and it stands out in the fast food industry for avoiding using additives, preservatives and chemicals in its food.

 

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The British institution has been providing sandwiches, soups, salads and coffees in three of Dubai’s biggest tourist destinations and will now shift their focus onto the corporate sector.

Pret will also be launching a delivery option in partnership with Deliveroo, for those days when you can’t leave your desk even to grab lunch.

“We’re thrilled to open a new shop in Dubai, right in the heart of the DIFC area. The DIFC team have been training in shops in Dubai and the UK, and they’re looking forward to meeting our new customers” said Michael Haley, Partnerships Managing Director at Pret.

What’s more, if you present a reusable cup to order your hot drink, you’ll receive Dhs3 off your bill.

Haley added, “We’re also delighted our reusable cup discount has rolled out to shops in Dubai to encourage more customers to bring in a reusable. Pret customers have saved over 6 million paper cups.”

Pret A Manger, Gate Building, Marble Walk, DIFC, Dubai, 7am to 7pm, Sun to Thurs, opening March 25. pret.ae

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