REVIEW - DAYLESFORD NOTTING HILL
Whether you are in Notting Hill for a culinary mission or you have to take some time of shopping… If you want to eat something, there is so much to choose from. Will you go to The Distillery for a good G&T, Granger & CO for an Australian touch, pick up a Swedish bread at Fabrique or go to Ottolenghi for your ultimate veggie experience?
This time we chose to have lunch at Daylesford. In this restaurant at Westbourne Grove, they serve absolutely fresh and organic dishes made with ingredients fresh from their farm in Gloucestershire.
On their menu you can find lots of salads and greens. We went for two Daylesford Signatures: Super greens eggs Benedict and the Cotswold Chopped Salad.
The eggs Benedict were amazing and I would absolutely go for it when you are there. The Cotswold Salad is good and it looks amazing. Especially the Gloucestershire Ham tastes great. If you are the salad kind of type, you can also choose to have 3 small salads. Most of them were vegan/ vegetarian. We saw some amazing dishes coming by and they all smelled mouth watering.
The Farmshop is simply astonishing. They offer a wide variety of fruit&veggies, artisan cheeses, bread and pastries and meat from their Cotswold farm. Whether you are here for a meal or not, just come in and have a look at all the amazing food. Did you like the plates you ate from or do you love the smell of the handwash? No worries, they also have their own Home & Garden department in store.
The organic Café and shop are opened all day. Do check their website for opening hours and the latest events in the shop.