Farm House Cafe (revisited)
I've been to the Farm House Cafe before, but it was for breakfast. This time, a few of my classmates and our friends decided to celebrate the end of the Spring semester. Here's what we had:
Appetizers (I didn't really try them since I don't eat beef or pork)
Chicken Liver Mousse ($10) - with Pickled Vegetables, Dijon Mustard, and Toasted Baguette
Caramelized Onion Flatbread ($9) - with Crispy Bacon, Arugula, Aged Parmesan, and Balsamic Reduction
Artisan Charcuterie Plate ($12) - featuring Coppa Molina and Speck from Knight Salumi, Dry Mountains Sausage, Garlic Sausage Rillettes from L'O Charcuterie, Mixed Greens, Cornichons, and Whole Grain Mustard
Salmon ($19) - I like my fish cooked. This salmon was a little too pink for me, but the Pea Puree was very tasty with the creamy lemon sauce. This dish is no longer on the menu. Items are subject to change, but there is a different salmon entree.
House Made Fettuccine ($16) - with Moroccan Spiced Lamb Bolognese, Parmesiano Reggianito, and Candied Lemon Zest
Grilled Flat Iron Steak ($19) - Meyer Ranch Beef with Piment D'Espelette Butter, Watercress, and French Fries
Pan Seared Alaskan Halibut ($24) - with Fingerling Potatoes, Artichoke Barigoule, and Saffron Aïoli
Dark Chocolate Cake ($8) - with Orange Segments and Mango Sorbet
Coffee And Chocolate Tasting ($10) - five House Made Assorted Chocolates and a Cup of Coffee. The chocolates were delicious! This is definitely a must try! The chocolates change, but we had lemon, passion fruit, honey, espresso, and a type of spicy chili pepper. Yum!
This restaurant is fairly small, but definitely has a friendly neighborhood feel. Everyone in the group was pleased.
Farm House Cafe
2121 Adams Ave
San Diego CA 92116