It depends on where I am. Usually I hope for lettuce that doesn't have dressing on it already- spring green types, perhaps romaine. And perhaps some baby spinach, but that's not necessary. A variety of vegetables, of course. There will usually be a couple meat options there, shredded chicken, that kind of thing. Some kind of dried fruit it good. And hopefully some sort of vinagrette dressing. Definitely cucumber slices. Raisins... cheese, usually. Bell peppers.
What I would LIKE to see more often (sorry, this is indulgent) as a vegan: More greens, less meat, more vegetable variety (and fresher vegetables, too!), and healthier choices in the dressing department. I might fiind maybe ONE vegan option, and it'll have a lot of high fructoce corn syrup, sugar, artificial colors... the works. It just seems so STUPID to put this all on top of my raw vegetables. I'd like to see some healthier options (also I would probably faint if I saw some sort of Ranch alternative like Nasoya among the vinagrettes- I like
vinagrettes but sometimes I just want something creamy) among the dressings.
Also, more vegan-friendly protein options would be divine! The best I'll get are olives and roasted/salted sunflower seeds! No other nuts like sliced almonds, pecans (well, okay, there are usually pecans), walnuts, etc. If I'm paying for a $7 salad, I'd like to get my fill.
Okay, rant done.