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Review: A tea at Pattern Cafè

Happy first Sunday of April everyone!

Hopefullly you’ll be able to enjoy these amazing sunny days more than me! I’m back to Italy at the moment but I can’t really consider myself on vacation since the deadline of my dissertation is getting veeeery near!

But anyway, Sunday Suggestions posts aren’t about me dealing with my dissertation, let’s talk about more fun things like this super cute cafè I spotted near King’s Cross station but far enough to not be bothered by the noise of the constant London traffic!

Pattern_outside

The cafè is called Pattern, is not that big as you can see form the pictures but I believe that is what make this place special: little, cozy and with a very chilled atmosphere! Perfect for a catch-up tea with a friend or as spot for working while drinking a good coffee.

Pattern_Interior

The occasion why I was there was for the first reason actually, we both ordered a ginger tea and they were very good! From the menu though, their luch meals/cakes/snacks sound also very good(with vegan and vegetarian options as well 😉 )! Plus, they have a very nice choice of fresh juices!

Pattern_teatime

Pattern_Bar1

As I was mentioning earlier, the position of the cafè is also great: just 5 min by walk from King’s cross station!

So yeah, as you can notice I’ve been pretty happy to discover Pattern and I’d strongly suggest anyone to pass by as well 🙂

Let’s talk about the second topic I wanted to share with you today…some interesting reads of others fellow blogger this time travel-themed because if you are a travel passionate like me I think you know that feeling you have when you’re not travelling but thinking about it constantly! 🙂 So, many people that read for the first time my blog or that meet me for the first time often say a thing like “Wow! I wish I could travel as much as you do!” Well..why not? About this, Diam from fromdiamwithlove.com wrote this great post which will actually make you think about why you’re not travelling as much as you want and how to fix it! One of the issues that she took into account, which is actually the mostly used excuse is money and about this I strongly suggest to take a look at this specific post that Josie from sixyeargapyear.com wrote, where she gives advice about how you can afford to travel!

While, if what you need is an advice about how to book a flight in the best way, like how much earlier and in which time of the day, well anhistorianabouttown.com wrote the perfect post about this, click here to check it out 🙂 Also, as mentioned by Cassie in the post written for eatsleeplovetravel.com , another issue which can be a struggle while travelling is, staying healthy! Might sound boring but by reading her post you’ll actually realise how, just by paying a bit more attention, you’ll manage to overcome this, you can read her tips here 🙂

Hopefully these posts will be useful for your next trip!

Have a lovely Sunday dear readers 🙂

 

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16 Comments

  • Reply Debbie

    Love these Sunday suggestions – the places you find are always so precious. I could completely see hanging out here. 🙂 🙂

    Many blessings to you, Lisa – and good luck on your dissertation, much love – Debbie

    02/04/2017 at 3:27
  • Reply ricettedacoinquiline

    Love this post(s) <3
    But I hate the answer under the post ahahahah stupid robot!

    02/04/2017 at 11:42
  • Reply Maggie

    What a beautiful little café! I’ve never been to London, but man, I would love to someday – and I’d love to stop by Pattern!

    02/04/2017 at 20:06
    • Reply Lisa // Fromdreamtoplan

      I’d definitely suggest! And hopefully you’ll manage to come here soon, London is full of amazing this to see/do! 🙂

      05/04/2017 at 18:52
  • Reply Oreoluwa

    Enjoyed this post because I love coffee so much! Can’t wait to review my favourite coffee shop here in Ireland.

    Oréoluwa’s blog

    03/04/2017 at 0:40
  • Reply Elizabeth LaHoustonian

    What a cute coffee/tea shop! Gosh, good to hear someone besides me it seems 👏Likes ginger tea. Nice of you to refer to others blogs and I’ll definitely check ‘me out! (I’m both the $$ and taking that much time off work at once excuse 😃)

    03/04/2017 at 2:23
  • Reply Nina

    That looks like such a cozy place, and I’m happy to hear that they have vegan options. 🙂

    03/04/2017 at 19:25
  • Reply Julie Yates

    I just love visiting cafes through the eyes of your blog! And the photos are great! Looking forward to the next one!

    04/04/2017 at 0:08
  • Reply Elena

    This café looks too cute to be true! I’m huge coffee-addict and I just love to discover new cafés! I guess London is the perfect place for me then!
    love, elena

    https://outnaboutweb.wordpress.com

    05/04/2017 at 19:45
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