Eat (Royal Festival Hall)
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Introducing Eat (Royal Festival Hall)...
At EAT. we’ve been creating, making and serving our own great tasting seasonal recipes for over 20 years. We now have over 100 shops across the UK; click here to find the one closest to you.
Fresh food changes with the seasons and that’s why our menus do too. We make great tasting food, from our own recipes, and we start from scratch every single day. From summer strawberries, to Christmas cranberries; we’re busy all year round developing great seasonal recipes. This makes good sense and good food. And it means there’ll always be something new to try. So if you’re looking for a quick lunch on-the-run, or a more relaxed sit-down affair, or maybe just coffee and cake, come and see us.
Our menus change throughout the day (as well as the seasons) and our customers tell us our coffee is the best in town. It’s made with 100% Arabica, Rainforest Alliance beans. This means that our espresso beans are sourced from Rainforest Alliance Certified™ farms. Real feel good coffee!
All our products are made with free range or barn eggs. We do not use eggs from caged hens in any of our products.
Wasting food makes no sense to us. We aim to donate as many of our leftover sandwiches and salads as possible to local charities working with the homeless. We work very closely with Crisis, who help thousands out of homelessness every year. We’re always looking for new and different ways to support this worthwhile cause. If you’re a charity working with the homeless and you could use our leftover food, we’d love to hear from you.
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