Thursday, August 23, 2012

Dinner at The Farm and the Fisherman

I highly recommend having dinner at The Farm and the Fisherman in Philadelphia! The food is amazing and the menu is as fresh as it gets. Menu items rotate often because the chef selects dishes based on the available locally sourced produce, freshly caught seafood and cuts of meat. All of the flavors are out of this world!

Plus, it's BYOB so you can have your favorite wine flowing all night long! The service was just as superb as the food. From the first course to the dessert the service was outstanding!

 This was my first time at The Farm and the Fisherman but I will be back to see what other types of dishes they offer since the menu changes so frequently. Be sure to make a reservation because dining room only seats 30 people. Take a look at the photos below of what my friends and I had for dinner. The presentation of the dishes make each one look like a piece of art! 



Grilled Sicilian Eggplant
Blueberries, pistachios, burrata, golden raisins, tomato confit


Fazolletti Pasta
Pork shoulder ragu, fennel seed, heirloom tomatoes, parmesan

Pancetta Crusted Farm EggRatatouille, crushed potatoes, toasted breadcrumb

New York Strip- Medium rare 
Wahoo
Smoked Sturegon with cherry tomatoes 
Lemon cake with peach salsa 
Chocolate dessert with cinnamon 

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