Hot new London restaurant openings: May

Farmacy 

Farmacy London, food images - Thomas Bowles

Not to be confused with Damien Hirst and Marx Hix’s new restaurant venture Pharmacy2 in Vauxhall, Farmacy in Westbourne Grove is a new health-focused site founded by Camilla Al Fayed – daughter of former Harrods owner Mohammed Al Fayed. Keen to promote healthy eating, Farmacy promises nutritional dishes that you’d actually want to eat. Headed up by Joao Ricardo Alves, the all-day restaurant’s menu is both vegan and veggie friendly being free from dairy, refined sugars, additives and chemicals.

Instagram favourite avocado on taste makes an appearance, as does a veggie version of the Reuben with portobello mushrooms, homemade sauerkraut, and almond and paprika mayo served on sourdough; also headlining is a “clean” curry with pumpkin, eggplant & broccoli cooked in coconut milk, lemongrass and spices served with probiotic rice. Head over to the Alchemy Bar for drinks made from ingredients with medicinal benefits such as flaxseed oil, cayenne pepper and cannabis oil, which includes juices and tonics served as syringe shots.

Farmacy 74 Westbourne Grove, London W2 5SH

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