Farm & Table
Brunch: Saturday - Sunday: 9:00am -2:00pm
Very nice, we love brunch here!
We LOVE eating here, but the server didn’t mention the special not ask how we wanted anything cooked. Very disappointing tris time. Food was yummy and ambiance is always good.
Good stuff, had to pour my own wine. With 20 years of restaurant experience this still disappoints me.
Excellent meal and atmosphere. They went overboard on the garlic but besides that it was an overall relaxing and enjoyable culinary experience.
This was my sixth or seventh time at Farm & Table and the ecperience was on the low end. It is an uneven eating place in my opinion. This time our waitress was surly, didn’t mention specials and when coaxed to list them gave a halfway description. I had more raw onion (not explicit in the menu) than squash on my farm eggs, I mean a cup of raw white onions. This was billed as “local, fresh summer vegetables - raw yellow squash and onions- in harvest season! Inedible. A friend raved about the red sauce that day to be fair.
Nice outdoor seating. Food was okay, not great. Service was good.
Nothing special about this place food was OK premium prices and poor service.
We were there at the busiest time when a reservation was available, 6:45 on Saturday. Noise level was high, but not extreme. Service was good, but not outstanding. Food was perfectly cooked, and local vegetables were fresh.
Absolutely delicious! Courteous staff, unpretentious, wonderful dinner!
Pros: Nice restaurant and good food. Attentive service. Cons: Pretty limited wine selection and could use some effort to improve. Also a bit pricey for what wines they offer. I noticed one specific wine I order from other restaurants for $50 and is $70 at F&T.
The flies were crazy bad. The tables are kind of low and uncomfortable. The hostess and waiter were very friendly and service was fine. The food was good but we were shooing flies the entire meal and uncomfortable at the low table.
My favorite dish is the red chile eggs and enchiladas.... Mmmmm...
We dined at Farm & Table for a birthday celebration, and we enjoyed our meal and patio dining location tremendously.
Four couples got together to celebrate 4 birthdays and really enjoyed sitting out on the patio overlooking the fields and greenhouses. We had great service from Daniel. We all ordered off the brunch menu and enjoyed the breakfast tacos, scones, eggs Benedict , etc. No matter what each of us had, it was enjoyed greatly.
Farm and Table was a great experience. I little pricey, but well worth it if you are looking for somewhere to go on a special occasion.
Farm & Table is consistently excellent. Whether it’s a special occasion or a weeknight dinner, Farm & Table shines with its local ingredients, seasonal cuisine, outstanding service, and pastoral setting.
They have a solid wine list, and they offer local microbrews on draft. If the weather is good, ask to sit on the patio. The ambient noise level is lower here, and the patio itself is lovely and overlooks a field and greenhouse.
One of the best restaurants in ABQ. Local food, in imaginative dishes. Well chosen wine list. Delightful patio. Friendly efficient service.
Chile Relleno peppers were way too hot to enjoy(and I love spicy food). Guests need to be warned ahead of time. Also $24 for a couple of peppers stuffed with cheese is way overpriced!
Always a wonderful place for special occasions or just a treat. Unique among other Albuquerque options.
Nicest ambience of any restaurant in Albuquerque, particularly if you can sit in the patio. The food was as always just excellent as is the wine selection and the service.
The wine list could use some work. Some too ordinary French wines.
Food was great, as always
Food was excellent as always..
Server was very nice and enthusiastic but forgot things and had to be reminded..like plates for appetizers, part of second round of drinks ..
Busy night but....
Great fresh food! Very organic and well prepared. I wish the wine list had more options. Every time I’m in Albuquerque I try to make it here to eat a meal.
Lovely time with a fabulous dinner, and to our attentive server Max.
Other than our waitress we enjoyed the restaurant.
I honestly don’t think she anything other than “May I take your order”
We will go to Campo instead next time
Dined at Farm and Table for a birthday celebration with six friends. Great choice and perfect setting for the occasion.
Our waiter was great the food was great I had the Duck my husband the pork and a friend the eggplant parm got to taste all. all were delicious. The patio is beautiful and the wine good. I would recommend and bring more friends
Food and service was great. Problem was the two tables right next to us with many children under the age of 6 who like kids normally do were running all around us and doing what kids do. Not their fault even though their parents did very little to control them.
We had an overall good experience. The food was good. The outdoor seating was excellent. The service was only so-so given it was a slow night and our waiter seemed friendly but disinterested and things moved very slowly. Portions on the salad and app were small for the price but they were both good. Entree was good. desert was good. I did list on my online reservation that I wanted outdoor seating and it was a birthday dinner. I had to remind the staff about the outdoor dining and nobody acknowledged the birthday. I will return. tj
We have been for dinner and brunch, everything perfect!
Incredible experience. The food was amazing. The wait staff were amazing. It was my first time there...and it definitely will not be my last. I felt guilty having such a marvelous experience. Thank you.
Wonderful service. Met my request for patio seating. Thank you.
Another great meal at Farm to Table, with attentive service.
Great time...like always, food was outstanding and service was great. Highly recommend
Brunch was Delicious as always - carne adovada tacos rule.
We have never been disappointed. The steaks were excellent and nice to have a vegetarian option. Good wait staff
While the atmosphere of the outdoor dining area is delightful, and the service good, the food was surprisingly very mediocre - the pork belly appetizer and trout and quail entrees were all quite overcooked and dry and pretty much flavorless, the poblano crema for the trout was missing (probably would have helped a LOT), the side of steamed kale with the trout was totally plain and completely flavorless (some brown butter or compound butter would go a long way here, just sayin...), and the trifle dessert was ridiculously tiny (~1/4 pint jar - seriously?), and not a trifle (which is a layered dessert) but rather a chocolate mousse with 2 blackberries and a teaspoon of brownie crumble on top. So while it was tasty, it was also disappointing. On the plus side, the artisanal cheese plate with tomato jam and apples and nectarines was great, but not nearly enough of a positive to make up for the rest of the meal.
I would, sadly, not recommend this restaurant at all.
This was our third anniversary dinner at Farm and Table. The first two we wonderful. This time not so. We were put in a very noisy area and had to move to a not so nice place inside. Service was ok and food was fine.
Service was absolutely awful and unacceptable. I was entertaining clients and I was embarrassed.