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Notting Hill Specialty

Specialty neighborhood
Daylesford
208-212 Westbourne Grove, Notting Hill
With four London locations in addition to their Gloucestershire farm, Daylesford Organic's farmshops—they're also home to small cafés—are an amazing place to get a very literal taste of the English countryside. You can pop in to buy the local, organic, and humanely raised groceries, or stick around to try their straightforward (but stellar) menu. Their Gloucestershire farm, home to the largest and most elaborate of their farmshops, is well worth the trip if you have the time (you can also spend the night). There are also locations in Marylebone and Pimlico.
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Farm Girl Café
59a Portobello Rd., Notting Hill
This is one of those incredibly versatile cafés that there aren't enough of: The Wi-Fi flows freely; the space is gorgeous, decked out in sea-green tiles and elegant line drawings; and there are matcha lattes (with every kind of milk, from almond to coconut and beyond) on tap. And then there's the actual food, which ticks every box: There are açai bowls and a fantastic vegan BLT for lunch, plus the fluffiest pancakes or the hard-core rump steak sandwich with harissa for the indulgent. Farm Girl is an all-rounder.
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Nama Foods (Closed)
110 Talbot Rd., Notting Hill
This all-day café is kind of the center of the raw food/vegan scene, but it's also where anyone in Notting Hill who's looking for a lighter alternative might head on any given day, whether on a cleanse or just out for a snack. Matcha lattes and kombucha are available (of course), as is every nut, oat, and coconut milk imaginable, plus all the raw salad dishes and sprouted breads you'd expect. With incredible raw cakes and sweets made daily, it's also a haven for the sweet tooth—minus the guilt.
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