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The Farm at South Mountain, Phoenix
(4.2/5 based on 95+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Came for breakfast on a Saturday. I ordered the farmers omelette.. Some of the vegetables were raw. So raw that they don't qualify as al dente. The carrots and some roots vegetables were raw others we...  more »
  • It's like having a picnic in a park. Nice outdoor seating. Order indoors and pick up at a window. Variety of sandwiches. Parking across the street. 
  • There are several restaurants here. We ate one day at the The Farm Kitchen - a counter service spot that has several premade salads for sale. I thought it was an absolutely delicous salad. There were ...  more »
Google
  • What a great little place. Great food, great atmosphere, and plenty of places to sit. If you want a fresh healthy lunch, this is the place. And eco friendly too with a recycle bin for recyclables.
  • This little cafe has a lot going for it: a beautiful setting, fresh food and a compact menu but they've got one thing terribly wrong: they use disposable plastic packaging for everything. This generstes a lot of unnecessary waste since they don't offer recycle bins to their customers. It's really silly the way they have it set up. Their salads are served in disposal plastic to-go containers, but then the staff hands you a metal bowl and tongs to mix your salad with your chosen dressing. It makes no sense to even have the plastic bowls and lids since you immediately dump the salad out into the metal bowl. They're not saving on having to wash dishes, so it seems rather illogical. Additionally they use plastic dressing cups, cutlery, drink cups and straws. The staff insists the containers are made from biodegradable plant material, though they're clearly PETE plastic labeled with "This container is made from recycled plastic bottles" and have the recycling symbol displayed. All in all, The Farm has a unique and beautiful setting, but I won't be returning due to their unsustainable business practices. Going to eat on a "farm" should be an experience that brings the customer closer to a nature, yet this restaurant dishes out just as much plastic waste, if not more than a chain fast food restaurant.
  • Have to explore more but beautiful property - pecan trees galore. Great for a dose of nature!
  • Amazing experience here! The food was spectacular and the whole ambiance was warm and relaxed--just like it should be. I'll definitely be back!
  • great place to enjoy the weather while enjoying a good lunch or breakfast. Grass everywhere and you can see where they get all their crops from.