Daylesford Farmshop and Café has fresh foods delivered each day from Daylesford Farm in Gloucestershire. Enjoy a meal in the café or choose from a wide range of produce in the shop – from fruit, vegetables, cheese, bread and meat to bath products and homewares.
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Daylesford Organic Pimlico Road
44B Pimlico Road
- +44 (0)20 7881 8060
- Public transport:
- Sloane Square, Underground
This is a great place for a lazy weekend breakfast. I have been a loyal customer for years and have always found the staff very attentive. The shop offers some lovely fare too, however expect to pay a lot more for the pleasure of organic farmed, responsibly-sourced food!more
I first heard of Daylesford when they collaborated with Wilderness Festival, where I thought they did a great job. However, when I had brunch here last weekend, it was a total disaster. Since we arrived at 12 PM, the breakfast stuff had already mostly stopped, so we each ordered a salad, which sets you back 11.50 each. I also had wanted chicken with mine, which the waiter totally forgot, but...more
Possibly some of the worst customer service I have ever experienced. I forgave the entries drink spilled all over my partner early on, but after waiting 30 minutes for desert and not being able to get the attention of staff (as the tables around me also found) I simply walked up to the bar and asked for the bill. The young waitress came over, grunted and passed my bill, then to be quickly...more
I recently attended a supper club titled 'Eat To Be Healthy' which was beautifully done. I'd never been to Daylesford Organic and as a store, will definitely be going back to pick up some new things. It was white, clean and beautiful with an amazing selection of products.
Now the food was beautifully presented and my sister and myself had a lovely evening. However I had higher expectations...more
We visited this place on a Sunday morning for breakfast. To be clear; I'm talking about the cafe upstairs, not the shop.
The furnishing of the place is nice, sort of akin to one of those furniture shops that has white beds with pink sheets and vintage shabby chic wardrobes with chicken-wire doors.
We needed a table for three, and were seated among other people on a long thin table a la...more