Lunch Date: Omelet at The Farm

Omelet at The Farm on Adderley

If you’re in Ditmas Park for lunch, a good bet is the farm omelete at The Farm on Adderley (1108 Cortelyou Road). This big plate of food is just $7, and includes (at this point in the season) a salad with mixed greens including kale, a pile of home fries, and the omelet itself, which is stuffed with sweet caramelized onions and cheddar cheese. Be sure to ask for pepper.

The farm omelet is available during the day, Monday to Friday, from 9am-3pm, and during brunch on the weekends from 10:30am-3:30pm.

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  1. The last three times I’ve tried to get a decent dinner at The Farm, it’s been a disaster. No more. The Farm is off my “list” now.

  2. The Farm is about appearing “hip”, not good food. I had a kale salad there a few weeks ago that was so excessively salty I was unable to eat it. And I’m not sure I should have tried to eat it as I don’t know how much sodium it takes to kill a person.

  3. Used to be an excellent restaurant when it opened and for a year or two after that. Went markedly downhill soon thereafter. A victim of its own success?

  4. They do seem at times as if they are trying a bit too hard with some menu selections. I find I am more successful when I order more simple things – and the lunch menu is a waaaaay better value proposition than dinner.

  5. I still like the Farm – but I have to say I was disappointed with my dish (raviolis) last time – the sauce just didn’t have much going for it flavor-wise. And my husband’s steak was skimpy, and it just came with a starch – so not much flavor there in terms of a sauce or a vegetable. I’ve had some awesome meals there, though, and I want them to get their groove back.

  6. My experience has been along the lines of hit of miss. Even on the very same dish, you don’t quite know which Farm is going to be serving you that day. Also, when you have had bad experiences, it makes it difficult to return again. Consistency is quite important.

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