Kruger is a very reasonably priced takeaway food venue that I regularly go to at lunchtimes. The menu seems to be oddly priced with some things very cheap and others expensive for what they are, in my opinion, so be wary about just thinking everything is cheap here. The food quality is good though, and the portions aren't small, particularly with the salads.
My favourite cheap eats are:
Filter coffee / tea and a sausage/bacon and egg baguette for £1.95
Olive, hummus, goats cheese and falaffel toasted panini for £1.95.
Kruger is perfect for a CITY lunch on the go. My colleagues swear by it these days -- there's always a falafel salad or jacket potato in our kitchen.
I had the pre-made couscous and roasted vegetable salad and a fruit salad today. I decided to go healthy, but there are a ton of non-healthy but delicious-looking options for you to choose from (jacket potatoes with choose-your-own fillings, toasties, etc.). The couscous was.... alright. It was VERY oily (so much for being healthy) and almost vinegary. A weird flavour. But it was filling and light. And the fruit salad had WHOLE peeled kiwis with a few strawberries and grapes. Lovely! Extra points for not including melon.
If you want a cheap, quick lunch, Kruger's your best bet.
Very cheap little take - away perfect for a filling lunch on a budget.
Krugers has two fridges full of salads; pasta, cous cous, rice and potato not just a few lettuce leaves. There's also a large selection of pasta dishes that can be warmed up, either in the office or on site at Krugers. Then there's the wide selection of sandwiches on offer. Pretty much any sandwich combination you can imagine, they have it.
You can also opt for a jacket potato, with a wide variety of filling OR a three egg omelet with, yep you guessed it, a wide variety of filings. The most supreme thing about Kruger is the price. I haven't come across anything in there that costs more than a fiver, with most pasta, or cooked dishes around the Â£3.50 mark, sandwiches around Â£2.
The queues are always out of the door at lunchtime; you may find yourself fighting with another punter for the last crayfish salad! Never fear, all food is made, or prepared in store so they keep the shelves well replenished.
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