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best fast-food/take-away chains in London?

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best fast-food/take-away chains in London?

I've browsed all kinds of food-related websites, and have heard great things about Pret-a-Manger, but I'm wondering if anyone has any other fantastic fast-food chains to recommend...?

(I say "chains" because I'm looking for places with multiple locations in the city, as opposed to just a single locale.)

Thanks in advance!

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11. Re: best fast-food/take-away chains in London?

Yes, Tiffin Bites is delicious, and convenient for several tourist attractions in the City. It is an Indian takeaway chain, but with real Indian home cooking, not like a curry house. You get a stack of little pots, say, one with meat or fish curry, one with vegetables and one with interesting rice. There are a few seats in the shop or you can take away. They will heat them for you if you are not going to somewhere with a microwave. They make their own excellent naan bread and their own pickles. I wish they would open some more outlets.

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12. Re: best fast-food/take-away chains in London?

Mr Cellophane masterly your contribution

PaM is owned by Mac D Gerlis

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13. Re: best fast-food/take-away chains in London?

It owns 33 per cent of Pret a Manger, I think.

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14. Re: best fast-food/take-away chains in London?

If you are in the City of London, particularly around Moorgate. You 'll find Tiffin Bites behind Moorgate tube & opp. Liverpool Street station.

The uber M&S on Moorgate now has hot food to take away from the basement food hall.

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15. Re: best fast-food/take-away chains in London?

Itsu (Asian/Japanese, run by the Pret folk) and Maison Blanc (French-style patisserie with sandwiches) are my picks for a quick lunch.

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16. Re: best fast-food/take-away chains in London?

Pret is good, but they dont have the butitional information on their sandwiches which I find stressful, their hot chocolates are yummo!

Greggs is awesome, ate too many lunches there when I wasliving in London, recommend their roast chicken pasty type thing... Mmmmm...

If you like vegetarian food and are around oxford st there is red veg which is awesome (its just off oxford st, usually a guy with a sign where you have to turn)...

And of course M & S, really really beautiful sandwiches - better then anywhere else in my opinion...

love and light...

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17. Re: best fast-food/take-away chains in London?

Here's another big vote for EAT. They are everywhere, and wonderful. And Tesco Metro can't be beat. Take-away pie shops are great, but go to the ones with the long lines.

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18. Re: best fast-food/take-away chains in London?

Bookmarking this one. Good info, ya'll. Thanks!

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