Daylesford Organic

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Daylesford Organic
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Daylesford Organic

Everyone shopping at this pristine white marble food hall is likely to be thinner, blonder and richer than you, but pootle about the shelves long enough and you too could take on that serene glow. Daylesford confidently sets its own rules regarding healthfulness, so while you’ll find macca powder on the shelves, there are also fat sausages and salamis, cakes and rustic breads. A typical summer veg display includes white and green asparagus, knobbly green tomatoes and bunches of beetroot. Much is from Daylesford’s own organic estates (cheddar, soups, meat, quail eggs) but then, a lot is not, like the unusual varieties of rice, posh French and Italian cheeses and pasta and matching sauces. Offerings from the café kitchen are varied and modish. There is also a concession in Selfridges.

Branch: 208-212 Westbourne Grove, W11 2RH (7313 8050)

Venue name: Daylesford Organic
Address: 44B Pimlico Road
Opening hours: Open 8am-8pm Mon-Sat; 10am-4pm Sun
Transport: Tube: Sloane Square tube
Price: Main courses £8-£14
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I do love Daylesford and the flagship in the Cotswolds (which I visit often) is still the best but it's always lovely to have a touch of the country in London. I popped in here for a coffee, juice and breakfast recently. A lot less chaotic than Westbourne grove and a lovely light and airy spot for a relaxed breakfast or lunch.