Sunday, 22 May 2016

Grab & Go at Grand Central Birmingham


Modern life means we can’t always take time for a lunch break like we used to and often our lunch is bought on the hop with a limited timeframe to eat it in.  As such, we often compromise by purchasing whatever’s nearest to hand rather than buying something we truly fancy.

Recognising this trend, a variety of Grand Central’s restaurants and cafes have now developed a ‘Grab & Go’ offering which enables those who can’t take advantage of a long and lazy lunch, to experience quality, tasty food which is all available to grab and go in your lunch break. 

In addition to the restaurants mentioned below, Nandos, Giraffe, Handmade Burger Co., Caffe Concerto, Costa Coffee, Cocomacs, Joe + the Juice and Carluccios also offer every meal from their menus as a take away version for customers.

And not just reserved for lunchtimes, worth noting, all of the restaurants inside Grand Central offer a take away service from breakfast right through to dinner, so Grab & Go’s concept is for any time of day – a big plus if at the end of a horrendously long day you don’t feel like cooking at home and want some instant dinner or indeed if you need a little snackage for your onward train journey.  

With many vegetarian options available within Grand Central and with it still being National Vegetarian Week, it’s the ideal time for highlighting and celebrating the veggie Grab & Go offerings – life on the move never tasted so good! 

Now this has been brought to my attention, it makes me wish I worked in central Birmingham to take advantage of it all………
 
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Photo:  c/o Grand Central
 
 
FRANCESCA
You can now have your pizza and eat it too with Francesca’s stonebaked pizzas hand cooked in just 4 minutes!    
 
Photo:  c/o Grand Central
 
YAKI NORI
Think fun, authentic and tasty Japanese food. Think delicious & affordable lunch. Yaki Nori is offering their customers an option of 3 different boxes to takeaway. Varying from £4.99-£5.99, Yaki Nori fanatics will be spoiled for choice as they can choose from a Bento box, rice/noodle box and Ramen noodle soup. It’s an easy food to pick up and take back to the office, or wherever you choose!
 
 
Photo:  c/o Grand Central
 
TAPAS REVOLUTION
Omar Allibhoy has brought his delicious Churros to Birmingham and they are taking the city by storm. For just £2.95 you can take away a cone of churros, with a separate pot of warm chocolate sauce. They may be naughty, but they are a tasty treat to get you through the working week!
 
 
Photo:  c/o Grand Central
 
PHO
The only Vietnamese restaurant in Birmingham has proven very popular since its launch. ‘Pho to go’ is now being offered from their Grand Central restaurant, which makes eating their delicious salads, soups and noodles even easier! The food is cooked fresh to order so it’s well worth the few minutes wait.   For those that can take the heat, Bún chay Huế: hot & spicy tofu & mushroom (veggie stock base) has been recommended!
 
Photo:  c/o Grand Central
 
CREPEAFFAIRE
What could be better than a crepe on the run? In just minutes, the Crepeaffaire team will whip up a sweet or savoury giant pancake of your choice for you to take away. Choose from some savoury favourites including; The Moroccan or Le Goat Deluxe or if you have more of a sweet tooth why not try the Apple Crumble or Merry Berry!
 
 
Photo:  c/o Grand Central
PAUL UK
Fancy a sarnie? On offer is Paul’s Sandwich Le Chèvre which is seeded bread filled with Goats cheese, butter, roasted peppers, tomato and lettuce.
 
Photo:  c/o Grand Central
 
SQUARE PIE
Pies are the ultimate crowd pleaser.  At Square Pie, they have a selection of pies, which you can accompany with mash, mushy peas and lashings of gravy!   One of the popular things at Square Pie is their tasty bite-size canapés which have vegetarian options such as; Cheese & Onion and Spinach and sweet potato & goats cheese.
 
 
 
Photo:  c/o Grand Central
 
ED’S EASY DINER
Ed’s Grab & Go offering comes in the way of their Cajun Vegetable burger which you can pick up in a jiffy whilst on your travels.
 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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