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Farmstand, Covent Garden, Review


Farmstand, Covent Garden, Review

8 Apr 2016

Restaurant and Bar

On my visit to Farmstand I was warmly greeted by the founder Steven Novick, who was passionate about the food and the design.
Farmstand is a casual restaurant occupying two floors of Pre-Victorian former office building in Covent Garden. This fast food eatery is a welcomed addition to thriving London restaurant scene.

Farmstand is serving honest seasonal, healthy food from carefully sourced UK farms, whose names are proudly displayed on the wall. All ingredients are unrefined and free from Gluten, Dairy and GM. This purist approach is reflected in the restaurant design.

The ground floor is a warm and comfortable space.  The exposed brick of the walls, neutral colour palate and blue green leather button back upholstered seat sit comfortably with concrete floor, metal table tops and Parisian bistro chairs. There is nothing plastic here; all elements of this interior design consist of honest materials
Our favourite element of the restaurant design was the industrial metal stairwell softened by the wall of fresh plants.

The 30 cover restaurant has imaged of farm scenes neatly framed inside upcycled floor and individually illuminated by the antiqued ribbed glass wall lights. Still and sparkling water fountain is situated towards the back of the restaurant, whilst beautifully designed and fully mobile takeaway fridges are leading the way towards the timber and glass counter top serving delicious meals and drinks.

The restaurant makes you feel as if you have been immersed into a healthy-living experience. 

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