Farm Girl, Notthing Hill

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After breakfast, brunch is probably my favourite meal of the day. I love having a nice relaxing meal during the weekend (or weekdays, why only settle for the weekend?) and eggs is usually the way to go for me. Pancakes used to be a favourite as well but as I changed my lifestyle, eating pancakes out in restaurants has become less and less tempting. It’s just not worth the greasiness, sugar and the fat that’s in them. For me a lot of the joy from eating something is not only that it tastes delicious but also that it’s good and nourishing for my body. Yes I do go out and eat other not so great things as well but the majority of the time this is how I think. That was why I was thrilled when I discovered Farm Girl (on Instagram of course) and their buckwheat pancakes that looked a bit like a slice of heaven.

Farm Girl is tucked away in a little courtyard on Portobello Road in Notting Hill. It is inspired by the healthy Aussie lifestyle and everything on their menu looks incredible. I loved the interior of their beautiful café, teal is one of my favourite colours and so of course I loved their stunning tiled walls! Their sofas were so big and comfy you could almost go for a nap after your meal, it was tempting. The place feels incredibly airy with huge windows out towards the courtyard. The girl that served us was so friendly and helpful and it was probably the best customer experience we had during our trip.

As soon as I saw their chai coconut milk latte on their menu I knew that would be my drink of choice! I really need to make it at home. It is heaven in a cup! Now when I’m stuck drinking my tea when I’m out for “coffee” with friends in Glasgow I realise more and more what a shame it is that no place offers it… The chai latte was stunning and it was very difficult for me not to drink it all in one go.

I wanted to try pretty much everything on the menu, so making up my mind was so difficult! However, we settled with avocado on toast with pomegranate on top! An interesting addition that I couldn’t wait to try. We both added some poached eggs (my favourite form of eggs). Of course we had to order the pancakes as well even though we knew the our avocado toast would fill us up haha.

The food was amazing! The pomegranate really added an extra dimension and it is something I would definitely put on my avocado toast at home. The pancakes, WOW! They were genuinely the best pancakes we’ve had. So fluffy and light. They tasted like clouds! I’m salivating as I’m writing this post just at the thought of those gorgeous pancakes. You could really tell why this was their most popular dish, as our lovely waitress pointed out when we ordered it. Lucky Londoners who can pop in here for a brunch whenever they want. They even deliver through Deliveroo! Now that would just be straight out dangerous having that option…

If I could I teleport myself to this lovely place whenever my brunch cravings kicked in, I would be one happy girl but for now I’ll just have to dream about this place and do my best to get back to London soon.

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