We have been eating at The Farm Organics for a year now but I didn’t think of blogging about them until now. Not because they’re not good, but because they are so good – we usually start to dig in and forget to take photos as soon as they serve our food. And I feel so selfish for not letting you guys know about them. They deserve to be known and acknowledged!
Our favorites are the fries, seafood rice and baby back ribs (I’m a fan of grilled food). This is the best baby back ribs next to Tony Roma’s. 3rd and 4th placer are RUB Ribs and Thai Bbq (it replaced the old Tony Roma’s Makati location).
The Farm Organics serves only local and certified organic grass-fed beef straight from their farm in Masbate, as well as other meal options for the health-conscious.
I’m not that health conscious, but ever since I tried their beef – I craved for it! I already know the difference between the organic and commercial beef – that’s what makes them different! After trying out their meats, you won’t like the regular ones anymore. The taste and price aren’t sacrificed just because they have healthier options, if you know what I mean. 🤤
One of the reasons why I hesitated blogging about them is because their ambiance isn’t really my favorite. The tables are too close from one another, there are times that there are mosquitoes/bugs, and I’m not comfortable eating here most of the time because of the conversations I hear and stares I get from other customers nearby. 🙈🙉.
The table is too close to my tummy (haha!) I can’t breathe and the chairs are not that comfortable either. Most of the couches are too low and they are already ripped (I’m scared that it might tear my outfit 🤦♀️). As soon as I see that the couch is ripped, we just go outside the restaurant and ignore the stares of the passersby while eating. 😩
Ambiance : 8/10
My boys love bacon, especially kuya. Their bacon isn’t salty and yet it remains meaty and crispy. Best part – your wallet and heart won’t feel bad after having this meal.
I love their java rice here so I asked if it’s possible to order separately, so they offered me to “upgrade” my rice to java instead. That’s how nice they are! Both their beef and shrimp salpicao are really tasty with garlic and olive oil. What I love about them is how consistent they are – they always cook almost everything the right way.
Their staff are all friendly and smiling. They are genuinely helpful and courteous. No need to ask them to refill our glasses of water. They are snappy and always ready to help even before we ask.
Customer Service : 10/10
My husband loves this so much. For someone who’s not a fan of grilled food, this really means a lot. Again, there’s no contest about the beef; the superstar here is the gravy. I deducted 1 point for the cold and bland side dish. I love corn, it shouldn’t taste this way.
P.S. Most of their meals come with a free side dish (you can choose if you want fries, veggies, egg, mashed potato, etc) or rice.
Value for Money : 10/10
I mentioned that I love their baby back ribs so much so when I saw this new item on the menu, I ordered it immediately. It is kinda pricey for its size if compared to the baby back ribs I order and the fat portion of each slab.
Basta kasi may taba, tapon na agad sa akin yun. Nagkataon na maraming taba yung part na ito so I’d rather order the baby back ribs for a couple of bucks more huwag lang may itapon.
If you’re more after the fat or meat and protein, order this instead. I deducted 2 points because this meat isn’t as tender and tasty as the baby back ribs I usually order.
On the other hand, I love the thick fries included in this meal! Not oily or salty and well-made.
The chicken’s part and serving are worthy of its price. I love that I can actually smell and taste the mix of butter and milk. The chicken isn’t oily but well-cooked and really crispy. The taste is really there, not your usual salty fried chicken.
I love the generous serving of this dish. I deducted 1 point for the overcooked shrimps and pasta, 1 point for lack of taste and color, and another point for the pasta’s poor “soggy” quality. I believe this isn’t their forte but I know they can improve more.
I requested a couple of months ago for them to add food on their menu.. and they did which means they listen so I know that the pasta dishes still have some room for improvement.
I always request for a coffee frappe with banana and chocolate syrup. They always make it possible. I have no complain!
A few weeks ago, we talked to Aji and he reinvented this drink. He added nuts instead of putting chocolate to lessen the sugar then doubled the coffee shots. Great job Aji! It was really good – I wasn’t able to take a photo of it AGAIN. So this drink isn’t the one he made but just one of our favorite drinks on the menu.
If you leave their restaurant without trying their fruit shakes and desserts, you’ll miss A LOT! Their fruit shakes’ selection is healthy and really delicious despite the odd ingredients AND the desserts aren’t sweet yet really enticing to have. Yum!
Will I go back? This restaurant is more like our home at PowerPlant Mall so I really hope they are forever consistent and still improve for the better. I made this blog post to encourage and thank them. Kudos you guys!
I guess you’re done drooling by now – it’s time to visit this restaurant at PowerPlant Mall. 😁
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