Newest Review: ... the Bullring, and was very busy by about 10am, and remained packed through until dinnertime. The restaurant was modern inside, in natural, cooling shades, and had several serve yourself fridges of pre-packed foods on the shelves. These ranged from sort of up market ready meals, through the usual sandwiches and panninis, to some very unusual sounding soups. On the payment counter are lots of root vegetable crisps, muffins, cookies, pastries and the like. Some of the muffins looked lovely, however at £1.50 each I thought this was absolutely extortionate, and didn't purchase one. We got a steak pannini, a cheese and ham panini, a cappucci... more
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by - written on 09/12/09 (Very useful, 83 readings)
We were in Birmingham a few weeks ago, and loathe to pay £7.50 each for the travelodge breakfast, we set out to find somewhere else to get our morning fill. We ended up in EAT, not a chain I've ever come across in the North East, but I had heard of them. The shop I visited in Birmingham is within the Bullring, and was very busy by about 10am, and remained packed through until dinnertime. The restaurant was modern inside, in natural, cooling shades, and had several serve yourself fridges of pre-packed foods on the shelves. These ranged from sort of up market ready meals, through the usual sandwiches and panninis, to some very unusual sounding ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/05/02, updated on 10/05/02 (Very useful, 1019 readings)
EAT is a privately owned growing chain of sandwich shops which serve a very wide range of generally high quality food. Branches are spring up all over the city of London, and they've modelled themsleves on upmarket successes like Pret a Manger. What are they best at? ......... SOUP! They serve a choice of 2 soups daily which are imaginative, and taste very home-made. Examples this week have been savoy cabbage with bean & chorizo; tomato & basil; and clam chowder. They also do a wide variety of bread (including several wheat-free varieties) to go with the bread (you have to pay for these). They also do good toasted sandwiches on ... Read the complete review
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