Pret A Manger, pecan slice, almond shake, London, U.K. Image©thingstodot.com

Pret A Manger, pecan slice, almond shake, London, U.K. Image©thingstodot.com

A day out in London without my favorite soya cappuccino from Pret A Manger is unthinkable! I was first introduced to Pret by my cousin when I was visiting her in London last summer. It was my first trip to the U.K. and my first breakfast was at Pret. What I really liked about Pret was that the food was freshly made and avoided use of obscure chemicals, preservatives and additives common to so much of the 'prepared' and the 'fast food' on the market today. I also found it reasonably priced and could have a full meal there in less than 10GBP.

Pret A Manger, London, U.K. Image©thingstodot.com

Pret A Manger, London, U.K. Image©thingstodot.com

In the following days and weeks, as I explored a new area in London, I also discovered a Pret there! It is somewhat comforting to find a familiar eating place in an area you know nothing about!

Pret coffee to-go! At a kiosk, London, U.K. Photo credit: Alizeh Latif. Image©thingstodot.com

Pret coffee to-go! At a kiosk, London, U.K. Photo credit: Alizeh Latif. Image©thingstodot.com

I absolutely love their pecan slices for 1.50GBP (dine in - 1.80GBP). Porridge with nuts, boiled eggs and freshly squeezed carrot and orange juices and almond shake, make a great breakfast at Pret. They also serve great soups and sandwiches out of which avocado toasties are my favorite!

Pret a Manger, avocado toast, breakfast, London, U.K. Image©thingstodot.com

Pret a Manger, avocado toast, breakfast, London, U.K. Image©thingstodot.com

My last soya cappuccino this year from Pret was at the London Heathrow airport - conveniently located next to my boarding gate at Terminal 4, I enjoyed the last of London while taking off!

Street scene from Pret, London, U.K. Image©thingstodot.com

Street scene from Pret, London, U.K. Image©thingstodot.com

Food at Pret is suitable for vegans and vegetarians.

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