Plaque

Pret a Manger - first

Inscription

The first Pret a Manger shop and kitchen was opened near here by Julian Metcalfe and Sinclair Beecham on 22nd July 1986.
Passionate about food - Thank you to our loyal staff and customers

Site: Pret a Manger - first (1 memorial)

SW1, Victoria Street, 93-95

Londonist brought this plaque to our attention. The plaque, which is inside the shop, does not tell the whole story - see our page "first Pret a Manger - shop" for that.

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Pret a Manger - first

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First Pret a Manger shop

The brand Pret a Manger actually started in Hampstead but that folded after 1...

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Sinclair Beecham

Co-founder of Pret a Manger with Julian Metcalfe, who he met at the Polytechn...

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Julian Metcalfe

Co-founder of Pret a Manger with Sinclair Beecham, who he met at the Polytech...

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