Our story

Eating as nature intended

From the soil to the sun, everything above, below, and between us is connected.

But over time, our conscious knowledge of that connection has diminished, and with it, our intuitive understanding of food as medicine.

At Farmacy, we understand that eating can heal both us and our world.

That’s why we prepare our food in a way that respects everything between the soil and the stars. Our organic and biodynamic farming methods reconnect with the rhythm of nature, making every dish a celebration that is whole, healing, and delicious.

Our story connects, in its own small way, to a much bigger one.

One that raises our collective conscious, creating dishes that have the power to restore, rebalance, and heal.

Eat to heal, eat to live

The team

The team at Farmacy work as one collective whole. Equally valued and equally important, everyone who works with us is at the beating heart of all that we do.

Working closely together every day, each of us - from restaurant to farm - is a proud ambassador not only for Farmacy itself, but for the natural power of biodynamic eating. We pride ourselves on our ever-evolving knowledge of nutrition, and empower each other to share all that we know about eating to heal.


Camilla Fayed

The founder

After having experienced the powerful healing benefits of a plant-based diet, Founder Camilla Fayed was inspired to create Farmacy - a place for those passionate about taste, provenance and ‘living food’ recipes that are good for human health and sustainability.

Camilla’s passion lies in natural farming and she based her foundation on biodynamics, a sustainable and holistic approach to agriculture, with the aim of creating educational initiatives to share this knowledge.

Camilla upholds a strong belief that chefs and restaurants of the future must coexist with nature and constantly challenges food conventions to show how you can connect with nature even in the most urban environments. Camilla is committed to pursuing this ambitious project and growing Farmacy internationally.

Food as medicine