Much like the participants of surf competition in the 80s, Natoora really enjoys using the word ’radical’. This bougie greengrocers and deli is all about ‘Radical Seasonality’ (that’s the WiFi password as well, by the way) and silly as that sounds, they clearly care about their produce. This Notting Hill outpost is part cafe, part shop, and it makes for a comfortable place to grab a coffee, do some work, and have a bite from the daily changing menu. Think things on toast and bowls of whatever’s fresh. Radical, dude.
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Clarke’s has been doing the whole ‘farm to fork’ thing for a while now, but it’s still as good as ever. Come for a special occasion, or a fancy date.
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