Eat, The Real Food Company (London) Reviews
Newest Review: ... we were'nt disappointed. Once we sank our teeth into the first tasty morsel, we were hooked and continued to rave about the taste long after the last crumb had been scoffed! Between us we managed to partake of a steak and ale pie, oozing rich gravy and tender beef; a chicken and avocado sandwich with a hint of basil, deliciously fresh; chicken noodle soup, warming and wholesome as any good ... more
Customer Eat, The Real Food Company (London) Reviews (6)
by - written on 28/11/10 (Very useful, 69 readings)
I first discovered EAT when travelling back from Thailand last christmas and finding myself and my kids having to spend 7 hours on a stopover between flights at Heathrow airport..... After wandering around the shops and wasting as much time as possible doing crosswords and testing perfumes, lunchtime came and we were faced with the decision of where to get our nosh. After some debate, we settled on EAT - a small shop with some delicious looking ware on offer and some even more delicious smells wafting from its unassuming counter. It wasn't a sit down restaurant, unfortunately, and we were forced to take our food to the nearest available bench we could find in ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/07/10 (Very useful, 110 readings)
"The Real Food Company" or EAT as it is more well known is a sandwich and snack shop dotted all over the place... With such a name, their arrogance is sprawled all onto their product packaging, as if we will fail to remember such condescending name. On the product front, the shop sells a variety of goods, such as sandwiches, baguettes, snacks, salads and also serves hot food. They have a good range of vegetarian options too! I have only ever bought sandwiches and food to go. The service I have to say is pretty impeccable, a separate counter for hot food and a small quick one to separate those who are in a rush. The food I purchased was ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/11/09 (Very useful, 70 readings)
I recently discovered EAT in the new high cross centre in Leicester. The companys business seems to be mainly focused on London at the moment but im sure this will spread quickly as its one of the greates food outlets i have ever eaten from in britain!!. The great thing about EAT is everything is cooked with fresh produce .. their breakfast are good and you can purchase the likes of bacon butties or muffins or cumberland sausage muffins and eggs benedict. For the health consious there is museli and porridge which all taste like they could have been cooked in your home kitchen. EAT really excels at lunch time where you can pick up exotic sounding ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/10/09 (Very useful, 237 readings)
EAT is a chain of London soup and sandwich shops and is very popular with office workers buying lunch. It is certainly one of my favourites primarily because of the great taste of their food, especially their soups. In Central London, you are never too far from an EAT outlet so I'd have to give them full marks for location. Each outlet has a wall of freshly made sandwiches, salads, desserts, bottled drinks etc. Like any sandwich shop really, except that their sandwiches taste very fresh and some have strong, unusual flavours that I like. They also mark the ingredients of each sandwich on the wall and clearly indicate any possible allergens in them, which is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/02/09 (Very useful, 141 readings)
History EAT is a sandwich/ lunch store with most stores based in London it was 'born' in 1996 in WC2 (Charing Cross) by Faith & Niall MacArthur. They now have 90 shops; mainly in London by they also can be seen in Major Cities, shopping centres and airports around the UK. The Stores Each branch is similar, brown and white décor, simple. Some are smaller and some are large with seating and without. Each branch varies. The queue can sometimes snake out of the door. Don't let this put you off. The Team The team attempt to serve you within 3 minutes. Which very often they do. As soon as the queue builds up, they ... Read the complete review
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