Farmacy is one of the most exciting restaurants in London & New York. Founded by Camilla Fayed, an all-vegan bar and restaurant nestled in West London’s exclusive Westbourne Grove. As a result, the menu is alive with delicious and healthy seasonal food, all served in a beautiful setting with stunning interiors heavy with green plants. Farmacy, above all, promotes plant-based organic eating and a chemical-free approach, connecting everything between the soil & the sun. All ingredients are either grown on the farm or locally sourced from sustainable and environmentally conscious suppliers. They are a true supporter of local farming and champions biodynamic sustainability.
We went for weekend brunch and with bar-side seating, we enjoyed fresh juices to refresh us first. To eat we shared the falafels which included a very generous amount of hummus. We also had the Farmacy breakfast which came with potato ‘rosti’ and truffle cream, roasted cherry tomatoes, seasonal greens, marinated Portobello mushroom & sprouted house baked beans served with sourdough toast. We also had the protein bowl which came with curried lentil, black sesame, fried polenta & scrambled tofu with steamed greens. Both were super delicious whilst being healthy and nutritious. The service was great with friendly and efficient staff. Overall I definitely recommend Farmacy for anyone after feel-good food.
Notting Hill in London & Soho in New York
- Dishes from £9-£17
- Starters/Small Plates from £8-£12
- Sides from £4
- Cocktails from £10
- Juices & Smoothies from £6-£8
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