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Henley’s Wholefoods’ newest location has arrived in Double Bay, and local foodies couldn’t be happier. Found on Cross Street inside the InterContinental Sydney, Henleys Wholefoods is already a big hit around town, with two other locations at Bondi Junction and in Alexandria. As with all of the restaurant’s outlets, Henleys Wholefoods in Double Bay provides healthy, wholefood and paleo cuisine made with the Earth in mind, all served up in a stylish casual setting.
Henley’s Wholefoods in Sydney’s Double Bay is a restaurant you can feel good about supporting. Sourcing their produce from regional small growers and farms, you can rest assured that the money you spend at Henley’s is reinvested in ways that not only benefit the local community, but also the environment. And while most of the cuisine steers clear of gluten, sugar and dairy, it’s incredibly delicious, and converts even the most hardened junk-food eaters into believers. The restaurant also does amazing coffees, so stop by and start your day with an earth-friendly cup of joe at their premises inside the InterContinental on Cross Street.
Situated inside of the InterContinental hotel in Sydney’s Double Bay, Henleys Wholefoods draws in both visitors and local professionals to their conveniently located new outlet. The food on offer is free of any artificial colourings, flavours, or chemicals, and is made with people, animals and the earth in mind. Breakfast at Henley’s includes hearty options like the Quinoa Bircher Baby, which features apple mixed with coconut yoghurt, quinoa, a variety of seeds, grapefruit, maple syrup and spices, and classics like Ella’s Omega Eggs and Pumpkin Hazelnut Meal Bread. Later in the day, the Asian-inspired Layers on Layers, a fish curry made with coconut, kaffir lime, and turmeric, is a popular choice, and the I Like to Bake, a healthy version of falafel, pleases the restaurant’s vegetarian diners. Book ahead for a healthy meal at Henley’s – your stomach (and mind) will thank you for it.