Adventures in “adulthood”: The problem with Pret

For all its crushing ubiquity, high-street chain Pret A Manger is convenient, with varied, changing and seasonal choices, cutesy marketing, simple packaging, an apparent do-gooding ethos (it has a Pret Foundation and donates food to the homeless), friendly staff, fast-moving lines and actually tasty – although pretty unhealthy, I think, actually – food.

It’s also right next door to my centrally-located office.

Which is, frankly, the only way I can even come close to explaining how much of the following it makes up:

Lunch

 

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