Farmacy Review

74 Westbourne Grove, London W2 5SH
Notting Hill

This has to be my current favourite restaurant in West London. I have been three times this week, which to me is definitely saying something. The restaurant itself is beautifully designed mixing contemporary with an earthy vegan feel- the details are impeccable – everything from the wooden door handles to pots of turmeric, cinnamon and rosebuds on the back bar you can tell the restaurant has been incredibly well thought out.

The thing I love most about this restaurant, bar the food and design is that they don’t take themselves too seriously – there is a wine and cocktail list as long as your arm and as much as it is following the plant based route they haven’t limited the menu, they still allow the customers to enjoy themselves offering healthy takes on burgers and fries. Camilla Al –Fayed the genius behind the concept, has obviously worked out that us girls like to eat healthy but have a drink too and she has managed to interlink both healthy eating and the odd cocktail perfectly.

Farmacy has a menu in which even the most clued up health bloggers can learn from. The cashew probiotic yoghurt was a first for me, and something that I was most impressed by, for someone that is dairy intolerant I am always looking for substitutes that actually taste nice. I was bowled over by this unique blend of cashew yoghurt, chia seed jam and homemade granola a must try when you visit!

The next delicious bowl of goodness that needs to be shouted about from the rooftops is the Mexican bowl. This magical bowl full of the most wonderful blends is my all time favourite and a must try when you visit!

An A* from me!

When to go

Brunch and dinner

Must try

Mexican Bowl or probiotic cashew yoghurt

To drink

Cinnamon and beetroot tea fro lymphatic drainage

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