We had such a nice afternoon at The Farm. Their aim is to educate from a “paddock to plate” level by letting people wander around the farm and look at all of their beautiful animals and veggies. With so many different facets to this place like the three blue ducks restaurant, a produce store, a nursery, workshops and horse riding tours there is something for everyone!
WHAT I ORDERED
– Ploughman’s board: salami, sobrasada, cheese, radish, pickles, olives, mustard and sourdough
– Chargrilled fish of the day, smokey fish broth, Tokyo turnip, radish, farm greens, cultured butter and pickled stems
– Holistic approach to sustainability
– Seasonal ingredients grown on the farm
– Helpful key that had an “n” if it contained nuts
– Definitely walking around and meeting all of the animals
– Produce store with all local products
– Bar so you can still get drinks and sit on the grass without having to dine at the restaurant
All of the big dishes were nut free. Some smalls and sides contained nuts but still a good selection. Don’t bother with the desserts menu as all three dishes have nuts.
Plenty of GF options if that is something you need and a few good options that don’t need latering to make fructose free
They were very busy when we visited so we had to wait a while to be seated and also to receive our food but the staff were nice.
I didn’t have to change anything about my choices but the menu states “alterations to the menu are respectfully declined (dietary requirements accepted)”
Not overly generous portions and most mains costing $30 or more
11 Ewingsdale Rd, Ewingsdale NSW 2481