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The flagship location of Henley’s Wholefoods, Bondi Junction, is still a favourite destination for customers across Sydney. The boutique wholefoods café has reached national recognition as a top dining spot in recent months, but the staff at Bondi Junction are still dedicated to working closely with local farmers to source nutrient-rich, sustainable ingredients. Henley’s is boutique wholefoods cafe, making sustaining a healthy lifestyle super easy and delicious. You don’t need to forego amazing coffee and an awesome vibe to eat healthily – Henley’s has you covered.
The Henley’s Wholefoods story begins with sustainable farmers and farm collectives in the Sydney and NSW region (Bondi Food Collective, 1888 Certified, Field To Feast), and ends up in your belly, which is all the better for being filled with food that is gluten-free, dairy-free, refined sugar-free, and fully liberated from nasty pesticides, herbicides, additives, and other food nasties. Of course there’s the menu, mediating deliciousness from farm to kitchen to fork, and of course it’s the menu that gets your juices flowing when you take a table at Henley’s Oxford Street, Bondi Junction cafe and restaurant.
Always a popular spot for a slap-up way to break your fast and face the day, Henley’s Wholefoods Bondi Junction offers up healthy options instilled with not a little humour. I’m Solid is executive chef Sacha Seear’s take on good ol’ fashioned muesli – baked oats, apple, walnuts, ginger and pumpkin seeds, spiced and served with coconut cream and almond milk. It gets more delightfully complicated with the Maca Packed Pancakes, Henley’s Does Mexican (breakfast tortillas), Shrooms and the Big Daddy Burger. Lunch at this Oxford Street eatery is similarly shot through with wholesome goodness and suggestive titles: salads like the Intrigue Me, Rainbow Reach feature organic produce harvested from Sydney’s Kemps Creek, while Joto’s sustainable seafood catch turns up in the fantastic Masala Fish Coconut Curry. Wash it down with juices and smoothies, cold and wet or hot and wet drinks (Botanica pressed juices and superlative coffee, respectively; go figure), finish up with raw food desserts, and you’re guaranteed to feel like you’ve come full circle.