Farm Girl Opens in Chelsea

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Emily Gray by | Posted on 5th February 2018
Farm Girl Opens in Chelsea

Back in 2015 Farm Girl opened their first site in Notting Hill, last year they launched their concession at the Sweaty Betty Carnaby Street flagship and now the restaurant known for its healthy Australian-inspired menu, has opened between the Kings Road and Fulham Road.

During the day you’ll find the brunches and super lattes that they are known for, including: chai lattes; rose lattes; apple pancakes with coconut yoghurt; açai bowls with chia seeds and oven baked aubergine with chickpea sauce, mint and tahini yoghurt dressing.

Unlike the other two Farm Girls, this new restaurant will serve the group’s first dinner and superfood cocktail menu. Evening dishes will include the likes of lamb gyro with roasted pistachio yoghurt and cod croquettes with herb green sauce.

Designed by Beata Heuman (one of House & Garden’s Top 100 leading interior designers), the site is the group’s largest yet with space for 90 guests and will feature pink marble tops, green leather seating and illustrated arches, we imagine that just as their lattes are mini works of art, it’s going to be every bit as Instagrammable.

Farm Girl Chelsea, coming to a newsfeed near you soon.

Farm Girl: Open Now, 9 Park Walk, Chelsea, SW10 0AJ,

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