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About Prime Farm to Table
PRIME offers casual yet refined New American cuisine in a polished relaxed atmosphere. Our goal is to support our local farmers here in Texas as much as possible. We take pride and feel it’s not just farm to table but building a relationship with our farmers. We challenge ourselves with frequently changing menus and cook with both old-world and modern culinary techniques.
Flower Mound, TX 75028
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Saturday: 11:00am - 3:00pm
Dinner: Monday - Saturday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm
Sunday Brunch: 11:00am - 3:00pm
2499 & Dixon
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Ample parking located right in front of the restaurant for our guests and valet service on the weekends.
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, BYO Wine, Chef's Table, Corkage Fee, Non-Smoking, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Prime Farm to Table Ratings and Reviews
Overall the food and experience was great! I was a bit disappointed that they ran out of Crabcake that came with the filet on the NYE prefix menu. Seemes like poor planning on the kitchen but what was subbed was good but hurried together and uninventive, Lobster chunks over fingerling potatoes.
We had been wanting to visit this restaurant for months after a random drive by and recommendations from friends - the food lived up to the hype! My wife, who was celebrating her birthday, had the halibut and absolutely loved it. I enjoyed the scallops. The restaurant itself is very quaint, only has about 20 tables, which gives it a sort of exclusive feel. We'll definitely be back.
Went for the first time for a birthday lunch, having had a reservation. We were the only ones there for at least 40 minutes and the staff was friendly, but our two sandwiches did not come that whole time. I finally asked the server if there were a problem...perhaps they had to catch and kill the pastrami [trying to keep it light]. She went to see and came back saying our sandwiches would be out soon. The man in charge , of whatever position, (he did not identify) came out soon after our sandwiches did and explained that he had two people in the back asking for donations to their organizations. He looked at us expectantly, as though to receive praise for his choice of time usage at the height of Friday lunch time. I remarked with a smile that if they didn't let him serve his customers, he would not have anything to contribute. He agreed and walked away. He did send over a free plate of apple turnovers [ which were good.] Only two other tables filled up for the next hour but the constant hovering of the waitress made us wonder if she needed the table. The ambiance was good and we were seated at a table for four in the corner of the window area, giving us ample room, which was nice. One thing: to have the whole menu in English except the "pommes frites" seemed a bit pretentious for Texas. If they did not want to call them French fries, a simple "fries" would have done. The apple slaw was especially good. It would have been nice to have more of that and less of the big chunky pastrami in the sandwich. They were amenable to substituting feta for gorgonzola in my friend's burger, which was nice.
My wife and I decided to venture out and try some new restaurants. We were not disappointed with our choice. The soup of the day a a zucchini fennel soup that was excellent. My wife had the red fish was equally as good. My Duroc pork chop was awesome.
The wine list was not large but still offered a nice selection of wines by the bottle or glass with varying price ranges.
Our server was very good and knowledgeable about the menu.
First time there, but won't be the last. Really enjoyed the place. Simple ambience, excellent well prepared food. Service was great, they know the menu and can discribe anything you may wonder about.
Only complaint I had was my Octopus, one was tender and perfect, but 2 pieces were a bit chewy. It is Octopus, so I expected it to be a bit chewy and wouldn't have questioned it until I had that perfect piece. We still love it and will be back.
We didn't know what to expect but were much more than pleasantly surprised! The service was great and the food was excellent! I wasn't a beet fan before but the roasted beets with the appetizer and entree made a convert of me!
Went for Restaurant Week. Very much enjoyed the food. There was a “wine pairing” but there was only 1 wine with each course, no matter the item selection. That doesn’t seem like much of a pairing since the wine isn’t selected based on a particular dish. The server was nice but talked way too low to hear. My date and I kept having to ask her to repeat what she said.
Despite having a reservation, we felt very rushed. The server would bring out the next wine before we were done with the current course or wine. And with the entrée, I was still very much eating mine but she cleared the whole table except my entrée, including the tasty cornbread of which I was really hoping to have another slice. I found this extremely rude. I still had half a plate left!
Overall, the food was very good and the pricing matched. We were really looking forward to enjoying a lovely date night but, instead, we were rushed through the dinner. We would have enjoyed more time to enjoy the food and converse with each other.
Odd food not to everyone's taste. Portions were small, but honestly didn't care for anymore of this unusual food. Beef went back, unchewable. No sides were served except for garnishes ☹️Even the dessert was not to our taste
We went for restaurant week. We have dined here before and we're quite pleased, so maybe our expectations were too high. The appetizers: cold melon soup and mushroom terrine were not mind blowing. The Spanish octopus was apparently delicious as my son ate it before I even noticed. The entrees: chicken 4 ways was underwhelming. The portions were quite small and the pairings didn't seem to fit the palate. One egg was cooked runny the other almost hard boiled. There was no consistency. The Striped Bass was actually very good, however I attribute that to the spicy kimche on top (I could have eaten just that and been happy). The dessert: the Olive oil cake was so dry... with a weird aftertaste. The chocolate choice was, as they put it, like fudge. But not. The wine: they ran out of the white wine pairing! This is restaurant week! Prepare!! But the substitute was very good as well. The reds were delicious, but you couldn't tell they paired unless you took a bite and immediately took a sip. Again, we were disappointed. And for the price, I expected more. Maybe next year.
Very unique cuisine. Selected the mushroom tartine apl which was good, husband had octopus app and he said it was salty. the fish entree for restaurant week was one of the best fish dishes I ever tasted. Husband had the 24hr short rib. He was not impressed due to the dryness. The chocolate mousse dessert was Ok but Didn't like the taste of the olive oil cake which was bland even topped with fresh cream. Check was $120 which included 2 glasses of Sangria with tip. Would return if looking for a light healthy and tasty meal but would probably dine elsewhere for dessert
Our venture out to Flower Mound was rewarded with a new future Wine Dinner venue! Love the fact that chef, Chris Flahaven, locates wild fish from his CT sources, local eggs, meat and produce from TX sources. Our waitress has been with the restaurant since its start 3 yrs ago and we gained good insider info, including that the menu changes weekly. Grab the octopus while you can, or the peach salad or mushroom/Serrano ham tartine. The chicken 4 ways was our winning entree. Short ribs would have been even better if cooked slightly less. And both desserts are really good but the chocolate terrine was my favorite. Stag's Leap Hands of Time was the perfect accompaniment.
We dined during restaurant week so the selections were limited. The wine pairings were poor- they served the same pairing with all 4 entree choices and it wasn't good matches. The 24hr ribs were very good and so was the octopus appetizer. The desserts were just awful. A tiny cookie sized cut of chocolate with a little cream and hazelnut (awful plating!) or a bland, uninspired olive oil cake were just poor choices. We might go back, but would never order dessert.
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