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Farm Girl Soho

Restaurants, Cafés Carnaby Street
4 out of 5 stars
(4user reviews)

Time Out says

A branch of the healthy café set within Sweaty Betty on Carnaby Street.

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Address: Sweaty Betty
1st Floor, 1 Carnaby Street
Soho
London
W1 9QF
Transport: Tube: Oxford Circus or Piccadilly Circus
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Users say (4)

4 out of 5 stars

Average User Rating

3.3 / 5

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Tastemaker

Farm Girl aka the place that made me like coffee. I’m still not a triple espresso kind of person perhaps but in the world of baby steps, I am now the sort of gal who enjoys a Liquid Gold Latte, made with cinnamon, turmeric & astralagus. Originally opened in Notting Hill a few years ago when the rush for Aussie goodness in the form of London brunching really took off, Farm Girl delivers on trend ingredients & dishes, served beautifully and with a reasonable price-tag. These are 3 things that should not be taken lightly in a city where you could be forgiven for thinking upon entering that you may well have to choose each month going forward between paying your gas bill or feeding your avo-toast habit.


The second branch is sat squarely in the heart of Soho, upstairs in millennial mecca, Sweaty Betty. Neon lights, ceramic dishes and splashes of teal & blush make this the sort of place you could legitimately expect to see the Tone It Up girls while brunch menus read like a who’s who of all that’s glowing & healthy in the world.


Acai bowl? Naturally. Teff & bee pollen porridge? Of course. Buckwheat pancakes with coconut yoghurt? Do you even have to ask? The good news is that Farm Girl hasn’t placed style over substance here as portion sizes are decent and the food tastes great plus, whilst it may sound like the sort of place you can only go if your name is Petra & you have a West London post-code, it’s actually super friendly and has some fairly safe brunching options tucked away in the back pocket of its yoga pants. Sourdough toast arrived two ways; admirably holding up rounded mounds of chunky avocado & heavily dotted with darkly jewelled pomegranate seeds and also thickly spread with sunny honey swirled ricotta & topped with quarters of ruby fleshed fig.


Don’t leave without trying the previously liquid gold which is sweet, silky, warming and arrived boasting the finest Frenchie latte art I’ve ever laid eyes on. The nice thing about this location has turned out to actually be three nice things; it’s central and easy to get to. You can work out downstairs and get blow dried upstairs before & after breakfast. You’re not rushed along and can drink your refills of bobbing-lemon-and-cucumber water in peace. Farm Girl = winning at life.

tastemaker

Great little branch nestled above Sweaty Betty on Carnaby Street. A range of delicious salad bowls, breakfast bowls and lattes that come in rainbow colours. I loved the butterfly matcha latte!

tastemaker

This is a great spot for a breakfast or brunch, but make sure to book as it can get very busy.  The staff were very nice and accommodating.  The food was lovely and I recommend the avocado on toast with feta.  A great range of smoothies too, though perhaps a little more watery than I was expecting.

Tastemaker

Soho branch of the ever so busy Farm Girl café in Notting Hill, tucked upstairs inside the new Sweaty Betty shop in Carnaby. The menu is a little different to the original, but you can still find the lattes in rainbow colours and breakfast bowls.They have tasty looking pastries on display and there is even a little terrace you can step out to if the weather is nice. Great place to grab a light bite after a workout or shopping for work out clothes in the store.

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