On King William Street, the new location will serve a similar menu that focuses on “real food made with sustainable. seasonal ingredients”.
The early morning offer includes the likes of salt beef hash browns; charred flank steak; and shakshuka alongside juices, smoothies and speciality coffee.
At lunchtimes, Farmer J’s selection of dishes includes spiced rose harissa chicken; charred tofu steak with white miso, aubergine and ginger dressing; and whole roasted cauliflower in spices and black sesame seed.
In the evening, the concept switches to table service with a menu that includes lamb shawarma and whole roasted celeriac. The evening drinks offer includes cocktails, and tap-poured beer and kombucha. There is also a more relaxed brunch offer available at weekends.
The look of the space is described as urban, with lime-washed brick and polished concrete walls offset by trailing greenery, aged brass fittings and dark green leather and velvet seating.
“It’s time for Farmer J to plough the next field, so we’re looking forward to opening our new home at King William Street for dinner and cocktails, as well as relaxed weekend brunches, says founder Jonathan Recanati. “Most importantly, our ethos will remain the same: respecting our fantastic produce, and cooking real food with sustainable, seasonal ingredients.”