Where can a coffee-lover enjoy a steaming hot brew with a healthy breakfast in London? At Farm Girl, that’s where.
Nestled in one of London’s most vibrant areas, Farm Girl sits alongside Portobello Road’s quirkiest independent boutiques. This coffee shop has made a name for itself for more reasons than one and that’s precisely why we think it’s worth a visit...
1. Good Coffee (and much more)
Sit back, relax and enjoy a good cup of coffee. Whether your caffeine fix of choice is an espresso, flat white or rose latte, you’ll find all of your favourite kinds. Coffee is taken seriously here and so is the milk offering. Choose between almond, coconut and cashew.
Not a fan of caffeine? Why not dabble into the latest tea trend with a warm cup of matcha latte or choose from their trusty list of fresh teas, cold-pressed juices and maple water.
2. Fresh & Feel-good Food
Proving that coffee shops aren’t always all about hot beverages is Benoit Marmoiton — Farm Girl’s resident chef — who has achieved the impossible by transforming nutritious ingredients into the most delicious of dishes. Prepare to sink your teeth into a pile-up of maple syrup-imbibed berry pancakes, organic Açai bowls or homemade coconut BLTs.
And don’t forget to top these dishes with sprinkles of superfood for an extra boost of nutritional goodness.
As an added bonus, breakfast is served up all day and lunch starts from 11am.
3. Great Ambiance
The décor speaks for itself and the staff speak to everyone. Owned by the original Australian farm girl and farm boy, Rose and Anthony — no need for surnames in this coffee shop — are a friendly and welcoming couple who have brought the ‘down-under’ café culture to the bustling heart of Notting Hill.
Here, coffee-sipping and weekend brunching is a moment that deserves to be savoured. Comfortable seating, fresh flowers and splashes of colour are artfully blended to transform your ‘me-time’ into the most enjoyable moments of all.
Plan your next visit by clicking here . And in the meantime, salivate over the food on their Instagram account or take the time to clue up on their dishes’ nutritional benefits by reading the Farm Life blog.