Farm Girl goes all in on the Australian healthy-eating thing for the Notting Hill crowd, right down to the coconut ‘bacon’, macadamia butter, and optional sprinklings of superfoods. If you want to roll your eyes, by all means, go for it. But you should also know that the whole health thing here actually comes with some very good food attached. Sandwiches and salads are great, and while expensive when you look at the menu (around £10-11 for a full-size sandwich), a full size order should be big enough for two to share. And just so you know: they do serve meat, in form of steak and chicken, and fish too. Drinks are a surprising strong point. ‘Liquid Gold’ - lime juice, ginger, cinnamon, turmeric, nutmeg, astragalus, and honey - would be worth drinking even if it weren’t allegedly good for you. The location guarantees a mob scene on Saturdays, but you’ll probably queue on Mondays too. So swallow your mockery with a sprinkling of spirulina.
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