EAT

October 25, 2007 at 9:03 am Leave a comment

EAT.

I’ve looked at EAT’s website and found that they offer various potentially vegan options. I haven’t confirmed that they’re all definitely vegan so I will send an e-mail to them via their website. In the meantime, while I’m waiting for a reply you’ll just have to ask, or go somewhere else!

Sandwhiches*:

A not particularly exciting choice between Hummous & carrot sandwhich and a Hummous wrap.

Soups:

The following definitely contain no dairy:

Sweet Red Pepper and Tomato, Thai Pumpkin, Tomato Rasam

The following contain dairy only in their garnish:

Cuban Black Bean, French Onion

so ask for no garnish with those two.

The following could be vegan (but there is no info on the website to confirm this):

Butternut Squash, Courgette and Coriander, Courgette and Green Chilli, Roast Pumpkin, Spiced Cauliflower and Potato, Spicy Tomato, Winter Vegetables, Corn Chowder, Gujarati Red Dal with Riata (if served without the raita, which is yoghurt-based)

Pies:

Their Butternut Squash, Chipotle and Coriander pie is, unfortunately, definitely not vegan. So there are no vegan pies :(

Salads*:

EAT. Superfood; Supergreens (Side Salad); Thai Noodle

Desserts*:

Big Fruit Salad; Fresh Fruit Salad; Mango, Pineapple and Lime; Pomegranate Seeds; Sesonal Fruit Salad; Fruit and Nut Mix; Fruit and Seeds Mix

Breakfast:

They do various porridges and muesli’s. I know they offer soya milk for coffee, so you might be able to get porridge or muesli made with soya milk if you ask.

*These items will have the ingredients listed on the packaging so you can check to make sure they’re definitely vegan.

Opening:

Although New Street’s EAT was not open last Sunday, it’s possible that the Bull Ring one opens on Sundays.There’s one in Brindley Place and one in Martineau place too – not sure if they’re open on Sundays.

More info:
020 7636 8309
helpusdothingsbetter@eat.co.uk
http://www.eat.co.uk/

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