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About Farm & Table
Join us at Farm & Table for a wonderful dining experience in Albuquerque's gorgeous North Valley! Farm & Table offers seasonal dishes created by scratch with ingredients sourced from local farmers and from our on-site farm. Delectable dishes inspired by New Mexico's growing season will satisfy the omnivore as well as the vegetarian. Full entrees and small plates (perfect for sharing and tasting) are complemented by craft beer and a diverse wine list. Guests will enjoy intimate indoor dining, and when the weather is warm, gorgeous patio dining that overlooks our lush 10 acre farm. After your meal be sure to visit La Parada (Farm & Table's sister business) for some unique finds.
Albuquerque, NM 87114
Contemporary American, Organic, Tapas / Small Plates
Hours of Operation:
Normal Hours - Dinner: Wednesday - Thursday: 5:00pm - 9:00pm, Friday - Saturday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm
Brunch: Saturday - Sunday: 9:00am -2:00pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Carpooling is recommended for parties over four.
From downtown Albuquerque, take the 10 North Fourth Street (Northbound). Arrive at 4th @ Ortega; .21 mile walk North; Farm & Table is on the West side of the street.
Beer, Fireplace, Gluten-free Menu, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, View, Weekend Brunch, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
We offer special dinners every month. Please see website for more information.
Farm & Table Ratings and Reviews
Really good food - quite impressed. The smoky beet purée with the ribeye was deliciously unexpected.
The table outside next to the canvas barrier, or the table we got moved to right in the path of the kitchen staff - quite disappointed. Understand the hostess was new, but you are high end and it was Saturday night.
Had a reservation and ran up a 150 dinner bill for an anniversary dinner for two. Really expected more.
I've been to Farm to Table a few times, and it's one of the things I cut time out for whenever I pass through town. Blue atolé, every time. Fell in love with the stuff after eating it here. Alas, this time it was truly horrid. Clumpy, swimming in melted butter (or was it oil?), and overall not good. At. All.
Farm & Table was the perfect way to end our trip to Albuquerque! The weather was a bit chilly, but the outdoor patio looked lovely. The farm setting is pretty and the restaurant feels intimate, but not cramped. We loved everything we ordered from the black bean soup and grilled artichoke hearts to the ribeye with blue cheese compound butter and homemade fettuccine. The flourless chocolate cake was rich and an ideal individual portion.
This venue is always fun for dinner due to the local resourcing for all ingredients, as well as the ingenuity and creativity of the chef. The ambiance is lovely, giving the sense of dining in a special place. The food offerings are truly creative. Gluten free options are available, as are vegan. Service is attentive and responsive. Prices are quite reasonable.
Always enjoy Farm & Table. My filet was cooked perfectly, the asparagus was delicious. As I've said previously, it's great to have a place that knows proper portions - I can finish my plate and feel like I've had a good meal, but don't feel like I have over-eaten at all.
The food was the star of this meal, and the chef who cooked it. It did seem our waiter was just a server though, meaning he took our order, didn't offer any suggestions or insights into the menu. Overall, the service was good though, there were many others that took plates away, kept the water glasses full etc. We would definitely return if in the area. Like very much the whole cook what's seasonal menu
FAVorite farm to table restaurant! Loved sitting on the patio overlooking their property and gardens. The passion for food and flavors was evident in everything. Portions are NOT small. Had the grilled artichoke hearts to start, followed by a grilled pork chop over an inch thick and cooked to perfection, and finished with a creme brûlée with huckleberries. Our waiter Alex was very kind and informative to make the experience definitely a 5-star.
Fortunately my friends from England loved their meals. I ordered a filet mignon, which the waiter, who admitted he was new, advised me to get as medium well instead of medium, when I requested the meat not be completely bloody. The worst filet I have ever had--it was blackened all the way through--like eating solid charcoal. Even more bizarre--the fingerling potatoes were black, as well, including the inside of the potatoes!! Potatoes black all the way through. When I and my colleagues (200 of us) return to the next conference in August, none of us will be frequenting this restaurant.
A group of friends went for brunch. We sat outside on the patio on a beautiful Saturday. The wait staff were very congenial and attentive. The food was excellent. We were able to visit and laugh in a lovely setting without disturbing others around us. A few guinea hens sat right outside the window to enhance the ambience.
The location of Farm & Table amidst its garden was a good indication that fresh ingredients would be essential and evident. The variety of greens in our salad and sides elevated the dishes and perfectly matched the other components of the meal. The trout and beef filet were well executed, but I'd return to Farm & Table for the chocolate cake alone. Well worth the visit.
We liked everything about the experience except the bone-in pork chop was not listed on the menu as having been soaked in brine - it was much too salty for those with blood pressure problems. Unfortunately, we had to ask for another entree. Everything else was great.
Had the Quinoa Salad - very good and interesting. We split ($5) the Rib Eye steak ($45), served with fantastic mashed potatoes and cauliflower. As for the steak, it was cooked as we ordered it, medium. The big letdown was the amount of gristle that it contained. Almost every piece I had, had at least some gristle in it. I expected that for $45, the staak should be very similar to what you can get at Ruth's Chris steakhouse for approximately the same price. Overall, I'd probably recommend the resturant with the exception of the Ribey steak.
We've been going to Farm and Table for a number of years. This meal was not quite as good as in the past, still pretty good, but not excellent. The steak was overdone. The salads were good, and the butterscotch pot de creme was excellent. It was restaurant week, so that may have been the issue.
Maybe our expectations were a bit high. I hate leaving a negative review, but this is how we felt.
A better usage of sauces would make a difference. The bloody Mary's were close to sparkling water with a dash of Tomato juice. The wait staff should have made it clear that it was beer instead of vodka. They provided additional tomato juice but none of us finished the beverages. They did comp a desert tray to make for it.
The chocolate desert was very dry. They did handle allergy issues well. We showed up a day before and had our reservation for 8 moved (and confirmed) for outside. When we arrived they said they could not do it because the outside tables were not big enough yet we saw a party of 8 seated outside as we were leaving.
All in all the food was ok but not up to our expectations based on the articles and prices.
Our group consisted of 4 couples getting together to celebrate a birthday. When we got there, the hostess opted to take a phone call and make a reservation instead of seating us (the table was two paces directly behind her, we could see it and knew it belonged to our group). The server didn't come over for at least ten minutes and when he did, he only took drink orders from the men. We tried to get his attention for the next ten minutes to take the rest of the drink orders. When it was time to order, we asked if there were any specials. He said there were but they weren't any good (for real, he didn't even elaborate and let us choose for ourselves). Once the food came, we never heard from him or anyone else again until it was time to pay. We felt like the staff was put off by us from the moment we arrived. We didn't voice our frustrations or cause a scene instead opting to give the staff the benefit of the doubt in hopes the mood would lighten, but the staff didn't recover. It cast a frustrating veil over an otherwise fun and festive celebration.
Wife's birthday. Her steak was over done. Showed the waiter and he immediately agreed, took it, and 10 minutes later the manager brought out a fresh steak cooked perfectly. She apologized. Was all handled professionally and appropriately. The butterscotch pot de Creme was outstanding desert!
Best ribeye steak in town. Generous portions, creative sauces. The chairs are a little hard -- and that did make us leave a little sooner that we wanted (is the purpose of the uncomfortable chairs really to turn the table faster?) The flourless chocolate cake was over the top!. The cheese appetizer plate was wonderful....
Food was good, but it took almost 45 minutes to get it, and one of the dishes that was supposed to be vegetarian had eggs on it. The replacement dish didn't come until the rest of us were finished with our meals. They took a little bit off the bill for it, but it really messed up what should have been a lovely meal with friends.
Only complaint is that it was a cold night and even though I asked to be seated where it would be warm, we were seated where the door to the patio let in a rush of cold air each time a server went in or out. I couldn't eat without my coat. Food was hot when it was put on the table, but cooled off quickly.
Knowledgeable wait staff for wine selection.
Everything was excellent - I especially loved the pork belly appetizer.
Attentive overall wait staff.
A party of 5 could talk with each other without yelling - a big plus!
Thank you for a wonderful dinner!
I have a number of food sensitivities. There was only one entre that seemed safe when they cooked with without breading. The meal was tasty and the service and staff were excellent. The meal was a bit pricey for me. I appreciate the Farm to Table concept of eating and sustainable agriculture. I just wish it wasn't so expensive that the average family eating out cannot afford this. Thanks for asking for my feedback.
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