My Notting Hill: Daylesford Organic

Daylesford Organic is another repeat offender
that frequents my instagrams.

It's literally a 2 minute walk from my house
and it's such a great place to meet up with friends,
as it offers great food 
for pretty much every time of the day.

Plus, the coffee isn't any more expensive
than I would pay at Starbucks,
so it's perfect for a quick catch up.

The food, that's grown & raised, on their
organic farm in Gloucestershire,
is another story.

It's pricey,
but it's healthy
and the quality is hard to beat.

You get what you pay for.

And what you're paying for 
is freaking delicious.

I love their pearl barley risotto,
their raw slaw salad,
and most every one of their quiches.

Also, their bakewell tart 
is what made first love bakewell tarts.

It marries almonds, cake & jam
together just right...

And if you're fancy 
and like almond, soy, etc
in your coffee....
they've got you covered.

Oh, and of course-
there's a cute market 
to bring home any jams, juices, farm fresh eggs
or high quality cuts of meat
that you may so desire.

to your Notting Hill bucket list.

And who knows, 
you might see a celeb or two 
while you're there. :)

208-211 Westbourne Grove
Notting Hill W11 2RH


Take a peek at my other favorite places
to go & eat in Notting Hill here.

*all images original to Aspiring Kennedy


  1. Sounds lovely, will definitely make a visit next time I'm in London. Thanks for the recommendation!

  2. It's like you just KNOW where all the cool things are. this place looks amazing.

  3. I'm always looking for healthy, organic restaurants around London and Surrey. Bookmarked this! Thanks!

  4. this place looks absolutely divine...! your blog is fabulous!

  5. Ooh we went to the one in Belgravia last month when we were in London. The orange juice was the best I'd ever tasted. And the food! I don't know what they did to those portobello mushrooms and the duck egg but it was quite possibly my favorite meal while we were there. Right up there with the risotto at the Notting Hill Bumpkin. YUM. Basically this blog and The Londoner fueled all of our restaurant choices.

  6. Finally getting over London travel laziness and planning myself a Notting Hill Saturday in the near future - will definitely grab lunch here, thanks!

  7. This is actually one place I've heard lots about and will definitely try to visit! And spill, girl, what celebs have you run into here??

  8. I just saw an article about the owner last week! I think she's opened a restaurant in the Cotswolds.

  9. Agreed, the coffee here is delicious!

  10. That looks like such an amazing place to dine! Organic food is always a plus in my book!


  11. OK, I need to know where you got the grey hat w/ bow and matching scarf for the baby, my 15-month old needs them too!!

  12. This place is just a two-minute walk from your home? No wonder you're a frequent visitor! I love it!
    xx lexi @ glitter, inc.

  13. 2 minutes?! I'm so jealous. There was one here in Munich for a brief time, and it was my absolute favorite place. We discovered it had closed when we went to take my folks there. Talk about disappointment! Glad to know it was just this location that went under and not the company. Guess the Kiwi and I will just have to make a trip to London. {It would totally be worth it.}


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