“We had a reservation, were seated immediately (it was 7pm on a Friday night) and were shown into the dining room, which can only be described as simple country inn meets soothing spa--comfortable and homey without being overly pretentious.”
“Crawfish appetizer was a nice, light introduction to a wonderful salt-crusted pork chop seared till lightly crisp on the outside and moist and juicy on the inside, and for dessert--a berry kuchen my German grandmother would be proud of.”
“Dinner is prix fixe and the quality is outstanding--a steal at $33 per person, with fresh organic vegetables picked just that afternoon from the gardens on the Serenbe property.”
“have been to the Farmhouse several times in the past two years, up until 6 months ago things were always great, albeit green service, except from Jason is pretty good when it comes to knowledge.”
“Food is good but very tiny portion for the money you pay.”
Rustic meets refined at this charming retreat you'll want to linger in for hours..
The lush, sprawling grounds of the Serenbe community lay the backdrop for the Farmhouse restaurant, whose vaulted, beamed ceilings and gauzy, floor-length linen drapes meld seamlessly into blond pine wood floors. A warm, gracious staff is eager to make you feel at home, and greetings pour in from every direction, including from within the gorgeous, cheery open kitchen, which you may want to claim for your own.
Ingredients are primarily culled straight from the Serenbe organic farm, in a vivid illustration of the farm-to-table concept that puts the proof of its virtues on the plate. Simplicity segues with elegance, yielding plates like one of crisp-skinned mountain trout nestled in a bed of creamy, cheesy stone-ground grits and scattered with nutty charred Brussels sprouts. Sweet potato pie, with a barely-there, flaky crust, is delicately sweet and ineffably light: a model of understated perfection.
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