Which Pret a Manger cafes are reopening in the UK? Full list of branches revealed – The Sun

PRET A MANGER is opening its doors once again after it shut stores due to the coronavirus lockdown.

The cafe chain, which has over 500 stores in the UK, has reopened a number of its locations for takeaway and delivery only.

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Which Pret a Manger cafes are open?

Pret started by reopening 10 branches on April 16 near hospitals to best provide food and drinks to NHS workers.

They can also get 50 per cent off everything until May 15.

Since then, it has reopened an additional 20 branches in London with strict social distancing measures in place.

And from this Tuesday, May 11, it'll reopen another 71 branches inside and outside the capital for takeaway and delivery only – taking the total of reopened branches to 101.

Below are the reopened and reopening cafes and shops.

Reopened branches in London:

  • Battersea, St John's Road
  • Borough High Street
  • Brixton, Brixton Road
  • City Road, 161 Eagle House
  • Ealing, High Street
  • Elephant & Castle
  • Fulham Broadway
  • Fulham Palace Road
  • Fulham Road
  • Great Portland Street, 136
  • Hammersmith, Unit 30 Broadway Shopping Centre
  • Harbour Island,Millwall Dock, Docklands
  • Highbury Corner, Upper Street
  • Islington, Angel Central Shopping Centre 12 Parkfield Street
  • King's Cross, York Way
  • King's Road, King's Road
  • Kingston, Clarence Street
  • Ladbroke Grove
  • Nottinghill Gate
  • Paddington, Praed Street
  • Putney High Street
  • Richmond, Lower George Street
  • Shoreditch High Street
  • South Kensington, Old Brompton Road
  • St George's University, Ground Floor, Jenner Wing
  • St John's Wood, Circus Road
  • Tooting Broadway, Mitcham Road
  • Vauxhall, Unit 21 St George's Wharf
  • Warren Street
  • Wimbledon, Wimbledon Hill Road

Reopening London branches on May 11:

  • St Martin's Lane
  • Regent Street
  • Marylebone High Street
  • High Holborn, 240
  • Marble Arch
  • Turnmill Street
  • Canary Wharf, Cabot Place
  • Hammersmith, King Street 8-10
  • Kensington Arcade
  • Bishopsgate, 192
  • Aldgate
  • West One
  • Great Portland Street, 244
  • Euston Tower
  • Tothill Street
  • Cheapside, 141
  • City Road, Oliver's Yard
  • Canary Wharf, Jubilee Place
  • Cavendish Square
  • Canary Wharf, The Mall
  • Russell Square
  • Finsbury Square
  • Tooley Street
  • Pentonville Road
  • Paternoster Square
  • Aldersgate
  • Islington High Street
  • Berkeley Square
  • Gloucester Road
  • King William Street
  • Lombard Street
  • Wigmore Street
  • Coleman Street
  • Aldermanbury Square
  • Bishopsgate, 201
  • Eastcastle Street
  • Baker Street, 211
  • Horseferry Road
  • Baker Street, 20
  • Stratford Station
  • Gracechurch Street
  • Old Broad Street, 125
  • Wandsworth
  • Cannon Street, The Walbrook
  • St Pancras International
  • Edgware Road, 26
  • Waterloo Road
  • Farringdon Station
  • Stratford Station, Petit Pret
  • Queensway Station
  • Dalston
  • Liverpool Street
  • Moorgate
  • Brompton Road 106-108

Reopening branches outside the capital on May 11:

  • Birmingham, Colmore Row
  • Brighton, 42 East Street
  • Brighton, North Street
  • Bristol, 95 Broadmead
  • Bristol, Victoria Street
  • Cambridge, One Station Square
  • Croydon, George Street
  • Edinburgh, North Bridge
  • Glasgow, Bothwell Street
  • Glasgow, Queen Street
  • Leeds, Lands Lane
  • Manchester, Cross Street
  • Oxford, John Radcliffe Hospital
  • Reading, Thames Tower
  • St Albans, St Peter's Street
  • Tunbridge Wells

The stores will be open from 8am to 2pm everyday, but customers will not be allowed to sit inside the cafe and can only take away.

Only a limited menu will be available including Pret's most popular sandwiches, salads and baguettes.

Pret shops will also have other essentials including milk, butter and tea.

Delivery is available through Deliveroo, Just Eat and UberEats, depending on the shop location.

Delivery fees also vary depending on where you are, so make sure to double-check this before you order.


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What social distancing measures are in place at Pret a Manger?

Pret said it's asked staff who usually work in the reopened branches to come back to work.

But all Pret workers will be paid 100 per cent of their wages, and those living with vulnerable people will not be allowed to return to ensure the safety of others.

The measures put in place by the cafe chain include distancing team members and baristas behind the counter, while protective perspex screens will be fitted to separate customers and workers.

Only card payments are allowed to avoid the risk of spread through cash, while there will only be a maximum of six customers in the shops and cafes at a time.

There'll also be markings placed two metres apart for those queuing outside.

To give customers peace of mind, all hand contact surfaces will have a strict 30-minute santising system, while movement in kitchens will be minimised where possible.

When did Pret a Manger close due to lockdown?

Pret a Manger shut its doors on March 21, joining Starbucks in closing due to the latest coronavirus social distancing measures.

It was soon followed by McDonald's the following day as the UK began the process of going into lockdown.

But similar to Pret, McDonald's is now planning to reopen 15 branches on May 13 – you can check out the full list here.

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