Marks and Spencer

  • Veg-options Veg-options
    ( 3 reviews )

Strait St, Triq Id-Dejqa, Valletta, Malta, VLT 8

Serves meat, vegan options available. A conventional supermarket, but you could get vegetarian sandwiches and soups as well as salad and pasta meals here. Eat in or take away. Open Mon-Sat until 7pm. NOTE: Mar 2017 reported limited vegan options - please send updates.

Categories: Lacto, Take-out, European, Non-veg

3 Reviews

First Review by Ryecatcher

nice place - Edit

this was a great option on January 2nd when two veggie restaurants in Valetta were closed and we couldn't be bothered to spend too much money on soup which was what we were craving.
it was super busy but the store manager was insanely helpful especially with me being vegan and my boyfriend vegetarian and us asking about soup-options.
i had the tomato & basil soup and my boyfriend a pumpkin soup. both tasted really nice. mind: they heat up canned soups that can also be purchased in store. it's not fresh food!

my vegan hot chocolate (served with soy milk) was great!
two soups + two hot drinks were 10 euro, which is a true bargain!

the shop has some snack options for vegans, too!

Pros: price, service, location

Cons: food isn't freshly prepared

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clasic M&S - Edit

Normal shop, but don't have a vegan cupcakes, cookies, .....

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Ok for a snack or after shopping - Edit

This is a chain store of the British retailer Marks & Spencer, which has a cafeteria on the ground floor. You can get coffee and cake and salad and sandwiches there, on the whole that's it. A warm daily soup is also being offered, but it was already sould out when I was there, so I can't say whether it was vegetarian or not. However, I have been offered to choose a canned soup out of a shelf close to the cafeteria-area, which they would warm over. This propbably is also possible with other food stored there by the freezers like vegetarian lasagne aso.
All things considered, it's ok for a coffee or a small snack. Not vegan-friendly, though.

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