It’s a shame The Farm is so out-of-the-way for many, or perhaps not, because if the lush jungle surrounds of Al Barari could be found elsewhere, it might be near impossible to bag a table. The Farm’s setting is its biggest draw. Big floor-to-ceiling windows look out onto pretty gardens and greenery, while inside it’s all pale cottage woods, whites and creams with stacks of magazines for perusing. Another of the pleasant surprises at The Farm is its large Thai selection, with delicious versions of dishes like tom yum, chicken satay, spicy green papaya salad and red curry. There are also international options such as Moroccan lamb cutlets, tomato bisque and fish fillets. Some simple dishes are also given a regional twist, such as the tagliatelle with camel meatballs. And if you’re here with kids, you’ll also be pleased with the children’s menu. In comparison to the rest of the offerings, the salad selection is mediocre, but the organic udon noodles are a great light option; a bowl of subtle broth, nutty enoki mushrooms and greens. The food isn’t completely consistent, but on the whole it’s decent, and the idyllic setting unbeatable.
The Farm, Al Barari
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