Pret A Manger Hong Kong: 10 Most Healthy Menu Picks For Busy Eaters

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A go-to for fresh, handmade foods and organic teas and coffees, Pret A Manger is one of our favorite choices for an affordable and tasty lunch. One of the reasons we are always banging on about Pret is convenience: with 20 locations across Hong Kong (and many in MTR stations), #HKLife is that little bit healthier thanks to the UK chain. No doubt Pret is also feeling the love for our fair city: they launched the Veggie Pret menu in Hong Kong earlier this year, which proved to be a runaway success for the company! While everything is prepared with natural ingredients, free of additives and preservatives, it stands to reason that some items on Pret’s menu are a bit healthier than others. Full of nutrients, high in antioxidants, jammed packed with flavor and mostly vegan, here are our 10 best healthy eats from Pret so you don’t have to scour labels and menus. 

Organic Coconut Latte

Using 100% Arabica and organic coconut milk, this healthier alternative to dairy is a Pret staple. We have to admit: this vegan-friendly fixture has saved us many a mornings while braving through the Admiralty MTR.

Organic Turmeric Coconut Drink

Move over Pumpkin Spice Lattes, turmeric is having a moment and it is so good! Made with steamed coconut milk with a hint of ginger spice, cinnamon, cardamom and nutmeg, this creamy, dairy-free beverage will have you feeling all the feels this fall.

Rooibos Cacao Tea

Found only in the mountainous region of the Western Cape of South Africa, rooibus tea has gained popularity in recent years due to its many proven health benefits. Orangey and sweet, the tea is blended with organic cacao nibs, cinnamon, chicory, and coconut. Bonus: with 50 times more antioxidants than green tea, rooibos tea is caffeine-free!

Pomegranate Rooibos Iced Tea

A big hit from Pret’s summer menu, this play on Rooibos Cacao Tea takes it one step further with pink grapefruit, topped with pomegranate seeds and fresh mint for a refreshing mid-day drink!

Dairy-Free Overnight Oats

A big favorite amongst the Green Queen team, Pret’s Dairy Free Overnight Oats are delightfully healthy as it is delectably delicious. Made with oats, chia seeds, fresh apples, and organic soy milk, they’re topped off with dried raisins, goji berries and toasted almonds that everyone can enjoy.

Chia Strawberry & Coconut Yogurt

A delicious dessert or afternoon delight, this rich and creamy compote has all the dairy-free, gluten-free goodness that you want – coconut yogurt with chia strawberry syrup, topped with roasted coconut flakes and dairy-free granola!

Summer Rainbow Pot

One of the newer vegan yummies to grace the Pret menu, this beetroot hummus pot is topped with turmeric-roasted cauliflower, broccoli florets and mixed sesame – fresh and nutritious, exactly what snacks should be.

Spicy Sweet Potato & Coconut Soup

Gluten-free AND dairy-free, this creamy soup is a blend of sweet potato, coconut milk mixed with onions, garlic, ginger, vegetable bouillon with a kick of cayenne pepper for an unforgettable delicious taste.

Broccoli, Beets & Pumpkin Quinoa Salad

A refreshing summer staple, this veggie happy salad comes packed with beetroot hummus, roasted pumpkin, green peas, roasted pine nuts, pumpkin and sunflower seeds and a trio quinoa mix. It’s finished with a pot of dijon dressing for a delicious and filling lunch.

Broccoli & Turmeric Cauli Salad

Turning to trendy spice turneric, Pret loads up turmeric-roasted cauliflower, broccoli florets, pomegranate seeds, roasted pumpkin and green peas together with a mix of quinoa and red rice on a bed of greens. With a side of French dijon dressing, if you’re looking for something satisfying crunchy and fresh, this is it.

Please note, some items are only available at selected shops. For a full list of Pret locations in Hong Kong, click here

All images courtesy of Pret A Manger.


  • Jenny Star Lor

    Jenny Star Lor is Green Queen’s resident eco wellness writer. She is passionate about reducing her carbon footprint, loves all things fitness and enjoys tasting her way through Hong Kong’s veggie dining options. Originally from Los Angeles, she now calls Hong Kong home. Previously, she wrote and reported for global publications such as The Hollywood Reporter and US Weekly. She is also a passionate pole dancer and teaches classes across Hong Kong.

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