A cafe that hardly fits more than 10 people indoors but is certainly worth a visit if you’re in the Notting Hill area. You will hardly miss this cafe with their cute table setup on the outside.
When I stepped in, it was love at first sight. The gold shelving with beautiful plants are what I love most indoors. I can only dream about having this kind of aesthetic in my future home, even if it is just a corner with a beige arm chair and a throw blanket.
I ordered this beautiful Acai Bowl which tasted so wholesome and healthy. It might look like a small bowl but I was full 3/4 way through my meal.
To simple name this dish would be avocado on toast but if you’d like to know the nitty-gritty details it would be smashed avocado with pickled beets, crispy kale, labne, toasted pumpkin seeds and chili flakes on toasted sourdough.
If you haven’t already notice, the food served in this cafe is healthy, hearty and wholesomely good which is up my alley and fit for me.
Expect their drinks to be no different and this glass of green juice is perfect to wash down your meal after.
If you still have room after, I recommend their Chocolate Cake which is very moist and perfectly sweet.
I thoroughly enjoyed my lunch in Dayrooms Cafe and I love these type of small cafes which serves quality food. Their environment is perfect if you’re looking to have a quiet time for work or some me time. Definitely worth a visit if you’re in Notting Hill area and could be a great alternative when Farm Girl Cafe is packed.