Radiance Reviews - Farmacy

by Olivia Cartwright,


Notting Hill is a health foodies mecca, it’s a buzzing hub of healthy eateries and organic supermarkets so in this neck of the woods there is tough competition. Pharmacy ticks every box on the list, I went for lunch on a Tuesday and there was a waiting list so you know they are doing something right. 


It is the brainchild of Camilla Al Fayad and every detail has been meticulously thought out and styled. This is where luxury meets health, this space doesn't feel hippie or woo woo but more like an urban apothecary. The interior is beautifully organic whilst still being really elegantly with sage green velvet seating and lots of wood and plants.


My favourite detail about Farmacy is as much as possible is farm to table. The ‘Farm’ in Farmacy is grounded in the Kent countryside. It’s a biodynamic plot of land, growing vegetables, fruits and herbs, which they deliver weekly to their Notting Hill restaurant by electric van. 


They are open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner and I will be back to explore those menus too. I came prepared and was recommended the house curry which changes frequently but apparently never disappoints. Today it was Thai butternut and peanut and it was incredible, the flavor combinations were perfect and the portion was generous. The principle of their menu if to ‘healthify comfort foods’ with pizza and burgers also available. No deprivation here! Don’t miss out on the most instagrammable desserts I’ve ever seen, I always leave these restaurants feeling unsatisfied but not today. Today, I am full to the brim and very smug about it!


I’m dying to go back to try the Chocolate Chip Waffles and the Mac and Cheese just not together.

Young Love and Beauty are back!

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The days are getting longer, the nights are drawing in, pancake day has been and gone and our Limited Edition summer juices are back for the comeback tour! 

Back by popular demand, we have our delicious Beauty and Young Love juices full of skin-boosting properties to give you that glow just in time for summer. 

Both of these juices have the addition of Virgin Coconut Water from Young Thai coconuts giving them that gorgeous pink colour, packed full of electrolytes and extra hydration benefits. 

They look like spring, taste like summer and are the perfect addition to any Build your Own Cleanse. 

Paleo cashew waffles

by Olivia Cartwright, , link


This pancake day we are mixing it up! We are making waffles! Who's with us:

1/3 cup coconut milk
1 cup raw cashews
3 eggs
3 tablespoons melted coconut oil, plus extra for brushing
1 tablespoon maple syrup
3 tablespoons coconut flour
1 teaspoon baking powder
Pinch of salt
Fruit, Maple syrup & Coconut yogurt to serve


1. Preheat your waffle maker.

2. Using a high-speed blender mix the cashews, eggs, milk, coconut oil and maple syrup. Blend until creamy and smooth, stopping to scrape sides with a spatula if needed. Add the coconut flour, baking powder and salt and blend until all the ingredients are combined. Batter should be really thick but still pourable, if necessary adjust the consistency by adding coconut milk or coconut flour one tablespoon at the time.

3. Spread a little coconut oil on both sides of waffle maker and pour just enough batter to fill the bottom part, do not overfill. Cook for 3 minute or until golden brown (cooking time depends on the heat of your waffle maker).

Established London 2009
100% Organic Cold-Pressed
Delivered across the UK